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भारत की 75वीं आज़ादी और दुनिया का सबसे बड़ा आंदोलन

कोलकाता: जब पूरे भारत के लोग देश का 75वां स्वतंत्रता दिवस माना रहें होंगे तो वही लाखों किसान जो दुनिया की सबसे बड़े आंदोलन में शामिल हैं वो एक बार फिर सड़कों पे रहकर ही...

From civil engineering to software development and media venture

Kolkata: He had studied civil engineering, but as he was interested in computer science, he learnt software development. Now he not only does development work, he also founded a Hindi news website and that runs...

Do you know about regression therapy, and how it helps to beat post-traumatic stress disorder due to the Covid-19 pandemic?

New Delhi: Covid-19 has brought permanent transformation to our day-to-day lives with online schooling, work from home and telemedicine bridging distances and making services available remotely to everyone. One of the deepest scars left by...

A book which talks about India that is Bharat

In the past few years, the physical barriers between our cities and remote villages have been rapidly eroding. Also shrinking is the consciousness for the rural poor. 'Ek Desh Barah Dunia' from 'Rajpal & Sons, New...

The martyrdom of a human rights activist

After the death of Father Stan Swamy, the Jesuit community termed him Martyr while activists called it is institutional murder. Now protests are taking place across India demanding to scrap UAPA law. The 84-year-old human rights...

84-year-old Stan Swamy passes away, ahead of bail hearing

Mumbai/Ranchi: One of India's finest Human Rights activists, Father Stan Swamy died today at 1.30 pm in Mumbai during treatment. The 84-year-old activist's bail hearing was scheduled at 2 pm at Bombay High Court, but...

Urgent need for bail and specialised medical treatment for critical Stan Swamy, cries civil society

Ranchi: India, which is termed 'New India' by the Narendra Modi government and its supporters has become hell for human rights activists. Several social and human rights activists are languishing in different jails across the...

एक देश बारह दुनिया: देश-देहात के संकटों की पड़ताल करती पुस्तक

मूलत: हिन्दी भाषा के ग्रामीण पत्रकार और बतौर फ्रीलांसर ईन्यूजरूम से जुड़े शिरीष खरे की पुस्तक 'राजपाल एंड संस, नई दिल्ली' से प्रकाशित होकर अब बाजार में उपलब्ध हो गई है, पुस्तक का नाम है-...

USCIRF expresses grave concern over Love Jihad law, mosque demolitions, hate speech against minorities in Uttar Pradesh

Washington, D.C:  Right from the time that the Bharatiya Janata Party came to power in Uttar Pradesh, the state has become another laboratory for Hindutva politics in India. Several discriminatory laws were passed and violence...

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Only certain people are afraid of seeing the truth of Babri Masjid demolition: Sunil Singh

Kolkata: Politician-turned filmmaker Sunil Singh, engages in a candid conversation with eNewsroom, about his film-- Game of Ayodhya, censorship and the bounty on him....

Sanjay Kumar is a quintessential intellectual and a rebel thinker

Assistant Professor Sanjay Kumar is a quintessential intellectual, a rebel thinker, a conscientious and rigorous teacher with an open mind. He is also an...

First transgender woman to get legally married in Kolkata

Kolkata: Thirty-year-old Shree Ghatak Muhuri, a Kolkata-based theatre personality, set an example for the transgender community in the city on Saturday night by getting...

How I was sexually harassed by my editor in TOI and my fight against it

I faced repeated sexual harassment from my former boss Satadru Ojha at Calcutta Times. And after all his failed attempts to make me fall...

Nitish loses will to act in crisis situation

“Why has Chief Minister Nitish Kumar become inactive when he is supposed to be super active with the Covid-19 playing havoc in Bihar?” This is...