Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Rejaz M Sheeba Sydeek

Kerala: Jewish woman booked for vandalising Pro-Palestine mural gets bail, stopped at airport while traveling; SIO reinstalls mural

The Australian national, who was booked by Kerala police on Tuesday for vandalising pro-Palestine solidarity artworks in Ernakulam district, was prevented from boarding a flight from Cochin International Airport.

Kerala: Church justifies screening of Adult film ‘The Kerala Story’ for minors; reignites Islamophobic bogey ‘Love Jihad’

Protests surrounding the Hindutva propaganda movie, 'The Kerala Story', resurfaced after the movie was screened by a church, which also organized a class on...
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Kerala: Dalit man jailed for three days for protesting against Panchayat for motorable road

46-year-old Sethu residing in Thoppil Colony, Kilimanoor area of Thiruvananthapuram, was arrested by Kilimanoor police on March 22 from Kilimanoor Grama Panchayat. He was jailed at Attingal Sub Jail and Special Sub Jail, Thiruvananthapuram, until March 25 when he was bailed out.

O.P. Jindal University: Students suspended for discussing Ram temple allege abusive calls, rape threats from Hindu right-wing

On 10 February, the administration of O.P. Jindal Global University, Haryana, owned by industrialist Naveen Jindal, suspended two law students for organising a public discussion on the topic 'Ram Mandir: A farcical project of Hindutva fascism.' The suspended students, associated with a Marxist student collective known as the Revolutionary Students League (RSL), include Mukundan, a second-year BA LLB (Hons) student from Kerala, and Ramnit, a third-year BA LLB (Hons) student from Delhi.
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Kerala: “Justice delayed is justice denied,” says father of SDPI leader killed by RSS

"Hiba Fathima, the 13-year-old daughter of my son, weeps and questions why justice for her father is elusive," recounts Salim, the father of slain SDPI leader K.S. Shan.

“By default, police will come for me…”: Acquitted Mumbai Muslim man continues to face police harassment

"I had already suffered psychologically a lot during my 11-month imprisonment and 19-year-long trial, and I believed I would find peace after being acquitted in 2021. However, I was wrong; I am still harassed by the police in 2024," recounts Saud.
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