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What did Colonialism do to India?

August 18, 2015 - 4:03 pm in Culture

A video of Shashi Tharoor speaking at Oxford on a debate related to the colonial period has been ‘viral’ on the social circuit for a while. In this video Tharoor makes a passionate plea to the British that they make reparations for the losses to Indian…

Sangh’s pedigree and its politics

August 4, 2015 - 3:52 pm in Culture

It is essential to know the Sangh's pedigree to understand its politics and goal. The RSS was founded in 1925 in the wake of the Hindu Muslim riots in…

India’s unfinished agenda, hurdles to peace

August 3, 2015 - 5:05 pm in Culture

The first is Pakistan's mirage of grabbing Kashmir by force. They have fought at least three wars with India and failed. They lost East Pakistan, which…

MUSLIME HELFEN DISTRIBUTES RAMADAN FOOD PACKETS IN SOUTH INDIA

July 16, 2015 - 12:53 am in Culture

Affus Woman welfare Association (AWWA) With the support of German based esteemed organization   Muslimehelfen distributed 1700 food packs with basic food items to the most deserved and needy people of Hubli, Dharwad District of Karnataka and Hyderabad of…

“Eid gifts” to children, widows, poor and needy

July 14, 2015 - 12:24 pm in Culture

Zakat Foundation of America distributed 200 food packs in Hubli City to the widows, poor, and the needy as part of its Ramadan Food Distribution - 2015 program The distribution program was conducted at Samudaya Bhavan, Chalukya nagar, Gadag Road Hubli. Each…

Political Economy Of Beef Ban

June 16, 2015 - 7:30 pm in Culture

The ‘gautmata’ brigade had started its march to Parliament Street once the new government took over in May 2014. JantarMantar saw large number of Babas and Sadhus with their cows and carts until one fine day the NDMC officials had to act and forcibly evict…

Children show the way to peace

January 1, 2015 - 2:00 pm in Culture

January 1, 2015 Raipur  In Raipur, 35 children participated in the drawing competition from two different schools on December 27 and 31 respectively on the theme ‘Peace & Inter-Religious Harmony’. This event was organised by ‘Aadijan Peace Centre’,…

Reclaim the Road – Roads belong to people not cars

November 29, 2014 - 1:26 am in Culture

On an average, 350 pedestrians every year have been killed in road accidents in Bengaluru over the last decade. Most of these deaths are completely avoidable. People are killed as our government wants cars to run at high speed at the cost of pedestrian safety.…

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Women to Break the Silence against Violence

November 26, 2014 - 10:12 pm in Culture, Governance, Rights, Society

Women have been in the forefront of various struggles across the country and the world. It is the women who have brought in various changes in the society; both socially as well as politically. It is the women’s struggles that have brought in changes in…