On December 9, far right-wing groups gathered at Ramlila ground to hold Dharma Sansad after Ayodhya. Thousands of participants wearing tilak and saffron-clad gathered to demand the construction of Ram Mandir. 26 years ago, on 6th December 1992, Babri Masjid was attacked and demolished by far-right extremist groups while Bhartiya Janta Party being the political … Continue reading The saffron brotherhood called to demolish Jama Masjid.
Since the inception of the world, survival of the fittest has been the basic rule of life for every creature. If we talk about the growing population of the world, then, one of the most conspicuous facts about the world population growth is that between 1900 and 2000s, the world population has grown dramatically. The … Continue reading Healthcare system; Not for All
#Metoo gave us sleepless nights and hopeful mornings, hopeful in a broken way, knowing that it will be yet another exhausting day, but knowing that more demons will be unmasked. The movement made us lose a lot – our (at least mine) misplaced sense of comfort in silence, our peace of mind, our already shaken … Continue reading What I gained from #MeToo is friends; I’m richer by people
Fatima Nafees, the mother of the disappeared child is not yet ready to bow down and give up her fight against the state with grief and hope in her heart.