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Democracy
Women's rights

The gender war: To take sides or not?

Rape apologist is a term I have become very familiar with it. Every time there is an outrage on social media with accusations of rape or harassment made against a man, my refusal to join in or my questioning of the e-lynchings is interpreted as supporting crimes against women. Thankfully, I’m not particularly dependent on […]

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Law and order (politics)
National

A prominent builder filed a civil suit against my activist colleague Krish for publishing articles against the builder

A prominent builder filed a civil suit against my activist colleague Krish for publishing articles against the builder. Here’s what Krish says about the suit: Last weekend, I was served notice of a Civil Suit filed against myself and one more person (Mr Vineet Malik) by Ekta Parksville Homes Pvt. Ltd, (“Plaintiff”). In this present […]

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Corruption
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National
Politics & Political Commentary
Religion and Phiosophy

20th September, 2016, Cuttack: Justice Indrajit Mahanty – the second-seniormost judge of Orissa High Court — hears cases and gives orders that enrich his brother Biswajit Mohanty, a well-known lobbyist for private educational institutions. Justice I Mahanty’s many interim orders are in alignment with the commercial and political interests of his brother. Judges are expected […]

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Corruption
Human rights

Can IT Authorities Summon Judge Indrajit Mahanty for questioning?

10th September, 2016, Cuttack: One is puzzled by the accounting treatment for Justice Indrajit Mahanty’s Rs 2.5 crore working-capital loan for his hotel, The Triple C. Lakhs of rupees are withdrawn and repaid every month in two SBI loan accounts in the name of “Justice Indrajit Mahanty” and strangely, not in the name of Latest […]

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Corruption
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National
Politics & Political Commentary
Religion and Phiosophy

What if Justice Indrajit Mahanty defaults on his “Debt Burden”?

7th September, 2016, Cuttack: Earlier this week, Justice Indrajit Mahanty of Orissa High Court admitted that he “carries a loan burden for his long-time business outfit”, through an opinion piece that was written on his behalf titled “Media sensation at times hits great guys, hurts society” in The Pioneer. (The “loan burden” is a Rs […]

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