Wednesday, April 24, 2024

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Kashmiri students at DB University share ordeal of their struggle for justice

A sit-in protest outside Punjab's Desh Bhagat University was called off after receiving assurance from the government of Punjab to take action against the...

Fired by employers, denied wages, forced to flee homes: Plight of Muslim migrant workers in violence-hit Haryana

Ahead of Haryana violence, a day later, on August 1, hundreds of Muslim migrants, mostly from West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, fled from their shanties in Palra village of Sector 70A of Gurgaon after members of Bajrang Dal threatened and assaulted them while entering their area with wielded sticks, swords, and guns, saying, "If you will not leave, they will burn the slum or kill them."
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“Our homes were demolished by DDA and now…”: Displaced residents face double calamity as Yamuna floods ravage low-lying areas

As there is a severe flood alert warning across Delhi with the prediction of scattered rainfall, the residents living near the Yamuna floodplains are worried about the loss of their homes again and are left hopeless and helpless without any proper evacuation and rehabilitation.

‘Left Roofless’: Residents face demolition in New Delhi’s Priyanka Gandhi Camp

In the sweltering heat, a large number of personnel from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), along with the Delhi Police and Central Reserve...
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Manipur unrest: Tribal communities demand sacking CM

"We are Indians; we are not terrorists or illegal migrants", protested Brett Terrate, an elderly man who fled from violence-hit Manipur to take shelter...

Ethnic clashes, internet ban leaves Manipur students in Delhi in agony

26-year-old Goel Haepkin's life has overturned in the ethnic violence that broke out in the first week of May. Living in Delhi, he was...
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