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According to National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights(NCDHR)-27 atrocities against Dalits EVERY DAY-13 Dalits murdered EVERY WEEK-5 Dalits' homes or possessions burnt EVERY WEEK-6 Dalits kidnapped or abducted EVERY WEEK-3 Dalit women raped EVERY DAY-11 Dalits beaten EVERY DAY-A crime committed against a Dalit every 18 minutes EVERY DAY.
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  • WHY No Candle Light Protest for Raped Dalit women ?

    Dalit women are the worst victims of sexual violence because they face oppression at three levels — caste, class and gender. Indeed she faces atrocities as a Dalit, as a woman and as a member of the working class. Dalit women undergo sexual oppression, economic exploitation and socio-cultural subjugation .... More

  • "Sadbhavana Mission"- Professor V K Tripathi of IIT, Delhi

    Professor V K Tripathi of IIT, Delhi, has been running an organization "Sadbhavana Mission" for two decades before the poster-boy of Hindutva , Narendra Modi announced theSadbhavana Mission in 2011 to embrace Muslims under the glare of TV cameras......... More

  • Karnad is right to challenge Naipaul’s significance as a writer and his secular credential 

    Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul ,who glorifies a worldview built on triumphalism, which justifies inter-generational transfer of guilt and who has supported vandalism (the Babri Masjid destruction) as........ More

  • Government have to make public the  report from India Inc on jobs to SC\STs

    The government had asked the corporate India to file quarterly report on number of jobs they have created for SCs, STs and other weaker sections and wanted quarterly report to be submitted to the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion in the industry ministry.................................................. More

  • Made snana or Urulu seve

    The practice, said to be 400 years old, involves people rolling over plantain leaves containing leftovers of meals consumed by Brahmins in the belief that it cures them of skin ailments........ More

  • Dalit Reform Movements

    Some of the movements in Hinduism have welcomed Dalits into their fold, the earliest being the Bhakti movements of the medieval period. In the 19th Century, the Brahmo Samaj under Ram Mohan Roy, actively campaigned against untouchability. The Arya Samaj founded by Swami Dayanand also renounced discrimination against Dalits..... More

  • India's "Untouchables"

    More than 160 million people in India are considered "Untouchable"—people tainted by their birth into a caste system that deems them impure, less than human. Statistics compiled by India's National Crime Records Bureau indicate that in the year 2000, the last year for which figures are available, 25,455 crimes were committed against Dalits. .... More