Archive for June, 2012

BAMCEF UP State Convention

BAMCEF UP State Convention


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BAMCEF Uttarakhand State Convention

BAMCEF Uttarakhand State Convention


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BAMCEF CADRE CAMP

BAMCEF CADRE CAMP MUMBAI UNIT 2 DAYS CADER CAMP ON 26TH AND 27TH MAY, From : 10.30 AM. Onwards ADDRESS-NIVARA VIDYALAY ,NAGARI-PARISHAD,GOREGOAN(E),MUMBAI BAMCEF organized one day cader camp throughout Maharashtra in various districts on 13th May 2012.
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Lest we Forget – Iyothee Thass

Lest we Forget – Iyothee Thass

Iyothee Thass on Aryans Iyothee Thass wrote extensively about Aryans and Dravidians, Researches in the Indus Valley Civilization started only afterwards. He pointed out that Aryans came from outside and so they are ‘foreigners’. Dravidians are sons of soil, mulnivasis. They have the ability to rule the country and they must rule” said Iyothee...
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Letters to the editor

Sukh Lal Dhani How much money has been spent on the Mandirs in India, which are closed to 20% population of Dalits, estimated to be 24,00,00,00,000, for ages? The money which such Mandirs receive annually in the form of offerings must run into several crore of Rupees. One crore is equal to 10 million....
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In 21st Century Dalit woman leader not allowed to lead.

An atrocity such as this continues unstopped, only in Tamilnadu. This atrocity is yet another example for how caste inequalities run strong and deep in the state’s soil, like the roots of the Banyan. On Wednesday, the Kayaththar panchayat (near Kovilpatti) committee meeting took place in the panchayat committee office. The announcements for the...
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14th Presidential Elections

The Indian Presidential Elections 2012 – All you wanted to know Who is a President? The President of India is the head of state of the Republic of India while Prime Minister is the head of the government. The president is the formal head of the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary branches of Indian Democracy...
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Justice for Adivasi school teacher Soni Sori

Police atrocities against innocent dalits and adhivasi’s are a common thing in India. It’s time we the civilized and educated citizens of India unite together to condemn such inhuman acts of Indian police. Soni Sori, a 35-year-old Adivasi school teacher in Chhattisgarh, has been languishing in Raipur Jail since October 2011, she has written...
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Yet another tale of social ostracism

In most cases, the upward mobility and economic independence of Oppressed castes have resulted in furthering oppression against them by caste Hindus and dominant castes. One such case is the social ostracism of Dalits of Thummakundu in Usilampatti in Madurai district. Thummakundu has a predominant population of Piramalai Kallars and almost all nearby villages...
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1 lakh cases of SC/ST atrocities pending: Govt

With over one lakh cases of atrocities against SCs and STs pending, the government is considering amendments in the existing law to fast-track trial, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Mukul Wasnik said during Question Hour that a concept note was sent to state governments for comments on amending...
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