The Sangh Parivar has got ahead to spread the fake news about a temple being attacked during the Kerala Harthal, called against brutal rape and murder of eight-year-old Muslim girl of Kashmir. Meanwhile, Kerala police have been constantly torturing the active participants of the Hartal, called through Social media. Around 900 people have been arrested from Malabar for participating in the hartal.
Facebook is planning on a new payment service through its Messenger App in India, after it launched the WhatsApp payment system in the country last year.
The after effects of the rape and murder of an eight-year-old muslim girl in Jammu Kashmir’s Kathua district is felt in the Chengannur constituency, where a bypoll will be held shortly. Several posters demonstrating protest against BJP were hung outside the houses in Chenghannur
Cartoonist Unnikrishnan’s Kannirukki Kaalam traces the nuances of social and political differences since the state came into being. The display consists of over 60 caricatures, humorously capturing the essence of contemporary society from different areas such as politics, lifestyle, environment, and literature.
In view of the misgivings over the possibility of manipulation of Electronic Voting Machines, the Election Commission should give serious thought to going back to paper ballots.
Translated interview transcript of Hadiyya and Shafin Jahan done by Jimmy James for Asianet News Point Blank, telecasted on 14th March 2018. Translated by the collective of ‘Citizen for Hadiya’.
The Supreme Court on Thursday restored the marriage of Hadiya, who accepted Islam, to Shafin Jahan, ANI reported. The bench set aside a May 2017 order by the Kerala High Court annulling their marriage.
Voices of resistance Source – Sunija Sudharma Vijayan “Narendra Modi, I warn you. The injustice you’re meeting out to the Students from SC/ST/OBC/Minority communities will make…
BJP Karnataka fails to get enough crowds to fill seats at PM Narendra Modi’s and BJP President Amit Shah’s rallies. Watch the videos showing masses of empty seats
Fathima Nafees, mother of Najeeb Ahmed calls for a protest at CBI Headquarters, Delhi on 26th February evening, asking, “Where is Najeeb”