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Sep 11, 2012
Kudankulam watch: witness accounts, interviews, reportsReports say all top police brass have gathered in Kudankulam to chalk out a strategy to wipe out the movement. Here's a round up of the Kudankulam protests.
Aug 27, 2012
Jaya is right: Stop training Sri Lankan military in TNTamil Nadu’s demand stems from the simple principle that India should not train personnel of the Sri Lankan forces who are charged with human rights abuses and war crimes against ethnic Tamils. Politically, her demand is more than fair.
Aug 27, 2012
Analysis: What the PM did not say in his statement to ParlFirstpost takes a look at the Prime Minister's speech in close detail, adding annotations for context. These highlight facts that the Prime Minister is ignoring, context, and much more.
Aug 20, 2012
Why US could be a Breakout Nation even while we slideThe US economy is returning to its past status of main driver of growth. This is good news for us, but also an indictment of our policy confusion
Jul 26, 2012
A timeline of Bodo-Muslim violence in AssamA history of violent clashes that have erupted in Assam.
Jul 20, 2012
Womens activists welcome decision to substitute rape with 'sexual assault'Womens activists and lawyers have welcomed a cabinet decision to broaden the definition of rape to include all sexual crimes.
Jul 11, 2012
Gender bender: Not just Pinki PramanikPinki Pramanik is not the only high-profile gender trap case. World over, there are many top athletes who have gone though the same, with each being a unique case.
Jul 06, 2012
The teen who battered baby Falak: Offender or victim?Baby Falak's death also showed us the tragedy of Gudiya who was abused, battered and exploited herself. Juvenile Courts are now both trying her as a criminal, and treating her as a victim.
May 03, 2012
A Dalit betrayed: 'Rahul bhaiyya has forgotten me'Shivkumari became an overnight star when Rahul Gandhi and then British High Commissioner David Miliband stayed the night at her house. Two years later, she recounts her experience and how it failed to change her life.
Nov 03, 2011
Is Sachin Pilot right? Must we get everyone online?It's all very well to say the Internet is a right that should be provided by the government of a country to its citizens. But if that is the case, will the same government have the power to revoke that right?