Feature: ‘Anti-Conversion’ Bill: Dalit, Adivasi Christians the Most Attacked in Karnataka

Nikhila Henry In Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s home district Haveri, a Dalit Christian preacher Chandrakanth B Komalapu, 51, is faced with an ironic crisis. While Chandrakanth has not been able to convince his son, 23-year-old Moses Sandesh, who is a practising Hindu, to adopt Christianity, he was attacked in …

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Article: The farce of Human Rights Day

Amjed Jaaved Each year, on 10th December, the United Nations observes international human rights day.  The United Nations General Assembly adopted, When General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, it was proclaimed as a “common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations”. The Universal …

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Article: Focusing on Kashmir in the Backdrop of Botched-Up Military Operation in Nagaland

Humra Quraishi Perhaps, it is for the very first time that politicians from Kashmir are talking aloud, focusing on the prevailing ground realities in and around the Kashmir Valley. Mind you, they are doing so in the capital city, New Delhi. Earlier their talks were along the cautious strain but …

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