National Commission for Scheduled Tribes asks UP govt to submit report on killing of 10 tribal farmers in Sonbhadra
National Commission for Scheduled Tribes instructed Uttar Pradesh government to file a report on the killings of tribal farmers killings in Sonbhadra.
NCST takes note of tribals displaced in red corridor, calls meeting with Union home ministry, govts of Naxal-affected states
The NCST will hold a meeting with the Union home and tribal affairs ministries on the alleged displacement of tribals from Chhattisgarh due to Naxal violence and the demand for their rehabilitation in the state.
NCST to meet over displacement of tribals from Chhattisgarh to neighbouring states due to Maoist violence
The National Commission For Scheduled Tribes (NCST) will convene a meeting to discuss the alleged displacement of tribals from Chhattisgarh due to Maoist violence with the union ministries of home and tribal affairs
John Allen Chau killed by Sentinelese tribe: NCST team to visit Andaman islands to review incident of American's death
A team of the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) will visit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in December to look into the issue of killing of a US national by a protected and reclusive tribe in the North Sentinel Island
Parliament Logjam Part 12: Understanding the 'political value' of time and how it is weaponised in our parliamentary democracy
We need to lift the veil and witness the real workings of ‘time’ as a potent political tool for contestations of power in our parliamentary democracy.
Parliament Logjam Part 11: Time, the unseen yet powerful factor of politics, is key to controlling legislative discourse
Parliament, or all political activity, hinges on two hands of the clock. Recent events have shown that power can often be wrested in a matter of minutes.
Parliament Logjam Part 10: Enabling stakeholder consultations in policy-making can deepen democracy, improve transparency
A collaborative effort to policy-making is rooted in respect for an individual's dignity, capability and is responsive to genuine felt needs.
He was replying to a question about whether the creamy layer provision should be introduced in the ST reservations.
Posting Andaman tribes' videos on social media now punishable; tribal commission seeks removal of content from YouTube
Action will be taken against those who have uploaded videos and pictures of the protected Jarawa and other tribal communities of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on social media, the government on Friday said
NCST tells YouTube to remove all Jarawa videos; govt body wants no content on Andaman tribe on social media
The NCST has asked YouTube to remove all videos related to the Jarawas. The Commission also wants that no content about the Jarawas is posted in the future.