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The War On Doctors

War on Doctors

Contrary to the belief that the ever increasing attacks on doctors in India are isolated, much has to do with the deteriorating situation of law & order, crumbling public health infrastructure and evangelization of vigilantes. According to the Indian Medical Association, 75% of doctors in India have faced violence. Although we don’t have any data …

An opportunity for political opposition of #demonetisation

rbi-circular-notes-exchange

Political parties in India are not required to account for small cash donations. This has been used to do much evil in India. Political parties should consider exchanging the troublesome notes for citizens as donations received and returned (for whatever reason, including “demonetisation”) and get the notes exchanged in bulk at the RBI (or deposited into …

Discrimination against rural and lower class students in Allahabad University #DigitalIndia

Ravish Kumar's prophetic words

The latest rabbit from the same old hat. That of discriminatory policies by college managements against interests of socially or economically backwards students and then disproportionate and unjust action against students who protest against it. Press Release by Richa Singh, President, Allahabad University Students Union Attempt to dissolve Allahabad University Student Union, after student protest …

A History of, and Response to, Disproportionate Violence

Soni Sori poster

This post began life as an attempt to boost the response to the latest wave of targeted violence and/or State-sponsored suppression of civil liberties in Chhattisgarh. Even as I typed away, trying to summarize the ever-mounting brutality in that state, the news breaking from the University of Hyderabad took centre-stage. Every day this past week …