Vol 8 Issue 9, Feb 24, 2017 - Mar 02, 2017.

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  • Banking and Laundering

    Banking and Laundering

    Three leading private sector banks, HDFC, ICICI and Axis, have been accused of laundering black money. Their officials are caught on hidden camera giving suggestions to launder illegal money
      Posted    14-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 10
  • Siege protest

    Siege protest

    Around 8000 fishermen in about 600 fibre boats laid siege to the controversial Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, even as Sec 144, CrPC, has been enforced in areas in and around Kudankulam
      Posted    11 Mar 2013    Vol 4 Issue 10
  • Student power

    Student power

    In a knee-jerk reaction to the swelling support for the indefinite fast by students of Loyola College in support of Eelam, Tamil Nadu police evicted the protesters in a midnight operation
      Posted    11-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 10
  • Chilling findings

    Chilling findings

    For even routine complaints like abdominal pain, unscrupulous doctors are removing the uteruses of women from BPL families to avail of their health insurance money, finds Swapna Majumdar
      Posted    06-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 9
  • We are foes

    We are foes

    Sri Lanka is an enemy country and will remain so till justice is meted out to the Ealem Tamils, says Dr. V Maitreyan, AIADMK MP, while urging the UPA government to change its Sri Lanka policy
      Posted    02-Mar-2013    Vol 4 Issue 9
  • Dragon's agents

    Dragon's agents

    The Tamil homeland in Sri Lanka has come under the virtual suzerainty of China. Even as Colombo comes under the UNHRC scanner once again, Sam Rajappa identifies the Chinese proxies in India
      Posted    28-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 8
  • A billion ways

    A billion ways

    The One Billion Rising campaign on Valentine’s Day is a movement without full stops, says Aditi Bishnoi, who spoke to women from different walks of life gathered in Delhi to be ‘over it’
      Posted    23-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 8
  • It is confirmed

    It is confirmed

    Farmers are killing themselves in Tamil Nadu due to crop failure. Though the government is denying it, a study by activists, S Kannaiyan and Jayaram Venkatesan, has confirmed the suicides
      Posted    23-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 8
  • Hard blow

    Hard blow

    Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa dealt a hard blow to the Sri Lankan racist regime by announcing her govt’s decision not to host the Asian Athletics Championship in which Sri Lanka will take part
      Posted    21 Feb 2013    Vol 4 Issue 7
  • An activist mother

    An activist mother

    A need to fight for justice for her son, Perarivalan, sentenced to death in the Rajiv assassination case, made Arputhammal an activist, says Senthalir S. Will the mother get her son back home?
      Posted    20-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 7
  • Angry Goans

    Angry Goans

    Goans are shouting: ‘NO to paedophiles’. With the government doing little to stop child abuse, though concerns had been raised earlier, they are now up in arms. Albertina Almeida tells us why
      Posted    15-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 7
  • Changing times

    Changing times

    A Kerala minister resigned from the cabinet in the 1960s after he was caught in a scandal involving a Congress worker, Padma Menon, but P J Kurien has survived a rape case, says Sam Rajappa
      Posted    14-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 6
  • Kite shelter

    Kite shelter

    Brothers Nadeem Shehzad and Mohammad Saud, who live in Chawri Bazaar area of Old Delhi, have built a shelter in their home for treating birds injured by manjha threads, says Ankur Paliwal
      Posted    09-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 6
  • Growing protests

    Growing protests

    Bihar MLA Som Prakash Singh is now echoing the demands of Tamil Nadu politicians that war criminal accused Mahinda Rajapaksa should not be allowed to enter the country. Akash Bisht reports
      Posted    07 Feb 2013    Vol 4 Issue 5
  • Seize the moment

    Seize the moment

    The need for a referendum on Eelam is more felt now as Sri Lanka is slipping into dictatorship, says P C Vinoj Kumar. Seize the opportunity and mobilize global support for the cause, he says
      Posted    04-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 5
  • Burning indignity

    Burning indignity

    By burning the ‘basket of indignity’, many manual scavengers shrugged off the past at a rally in Bhopal. Agrima Bhasin records the event, a harbinger for a better future of safai karmacharis
      Posted    01-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 5
  • Easing pain

    Easing pain

    By assembling children suffering from cancer on a reed mat in the courtyard of AIIMS and involving them in group activity, an NGO, Cankids, has come up with a new therapy, says Rahul Chhabra
      Posted    01-Feb-2013    Vol 4 Issue 5
  • Timely report

    Timely report

    Justice Verma Committee Report is a potential game-changer in the struggle for women’s rights. Pamela Philipose says the political system needs to translate the recommendations into laws now
      Posted    31-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 4
  • Soft targets

    Soft targets

    Women have become soft targets in the government’s sterilization drive, which has caused many deaths. Swapna Mujamdar sees in the ‘target approach’ a violation of women’s reproductive rights
      Posted    26-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 4
  • Inside story

    Inside story

    As an insider, Amitabh Thakur knows the Indian Administrative Service well. Here, the UP cadre officer, who seeks a revamp of the system, explains how the British legacy has lost its relevance
      Posted    18-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 3
  • Battle for land

    Battle for land

    Despite their leader, Dayamani Barla’s incarceration, tribals of Nagri in Jharkhand refuse to let go their farmland for elite institutions and are continuing their fight, says Moushumi Basu
      Posted    11-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 2
  • Total recall

    Total recall

    By juxtaposing images of protests over rape and a brutal attack of a tribal woman in 2007, TWL evoked right feelings. Neha Dixit says Laxmi Orang, the tribal girl, is still fighting for justice
      Posted    04-Jan-2013    Vol 4 Issue 1
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