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Justice Karnan case: Human Rights Security Council appeals to UNO

Human Rights Security Council, India has filed a case at UNO for "direction to Republic of India to register case against seven Judges of Supreme Court including Chief Justice J. S. Khehar under sec. 218,219,220,201,166, 120(B),34 of I.P. C. and also action under Contempt of Courts Act" for convicting JUSTICE KARNAN without following the due process of law as guaranteed under Art. 14 & 21 of the constitution of India and Article 9(1) of the "United Nations Covenant on Civil Rights, 1966 & Art. 3, 9 , Cl. 10 of Universal Declaration 1948", and for acting in utter disregard and defiance of binding precedents of Supreme Court for ulterior and oblique motive.
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Kilvenmani (1968) to Khairlanji (2007) : Important Judgements

Walking the Walk – A walk to a more humane side

The success of a work of art with explicit social/political purposes will ultimately depend on the readiness of the reader/viewer to accept the vision that is presented in it. India’s non-LGBTI citizenry has, in recent years, slowly but surely proved willing to become a little more accommodative of alternative gender identities and sexual preferences. Walking the Walk has come in at this apt juncture to give this growing consciousness a push in the right direction.
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“Bombay Black”: Exhibition of Dalit, Adivasi, Bahujan Art @Kala Ghoda Festival

Joopaka Subhadra on Rape, Caste, Feminism and Dalit Movement

For a new world and an egalitarian society, since the time of Buddhism till today – with the hope that a new world will emerge, that a democratic society will emerge, that a just society will emerge – whenever anyone came together for an egalitarian society, the first people to come forward, to have been sacrificed, to have been killed and buried, were all the untouchables.
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“Before I go out, I’ll create as many Dalit women leaders as I can” – Usha

“Before I go out, I’ll create as many Dalit women leaders as I can” – Usha

The public hearing was completely organized by Dalit women and when realized that we can do all this by ourselves, why shouldn’t there be an independent Dalit women’s’ organization where our women have their own space; where they can talk openly; where they can decide independently for themselves.
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Joopaka Subhadra on Rape, Caste, Feminism and Dalit Movement