On Sharmila Rege's First Death Anniversary, a Satyashodhak Review of her Last Book (First published in 'Miloon saarya jani', online Marathi magazine, in July 2014) Lata P. M. (Translated from Marathi by Minakshee Rode, Nidhin Shobhana) Dr. Sharmila Rege was the director of Krantijyo [ ... ]Read Full Story
Rahi Gaikwad (Family members of the Dalit youth who was brutally killed in Shirdi. The Hindu) Shirdi police did not respond to calls as youth was brutally assaulted A Dalit youth was brutally assaulted and killed in the temple town of Shirdi in Maharashtra allegedly over his mobile ringtone of [ ... ]Read Full Story
Sujit Nikalje History of Ahmednagar Ahmednagar district is in Maharashtra, about 120 km northeast of Pune and 120 km from Aurangabad. Ahmednagar gets its name from Ahmed Nizam Shah, who founded the town in 1494 on the site of a more ancient city, Bhingar. The district was created after the [ ... ]Read Full Story
Ankita Bhatkhande An engineering student, Vaibhav Kamble, helps Mumbai's street kids with education and shelter. Vaibhav Kamble with a kids' family in Worli Vaibhav Kamble, a final year mechanical engineering student at the DY Patil College in Lonavala, is setting an example for those w [ ... ]Read Full Story
Devesh Kapur, D Shyam Babu and Chandra Bhan Prasad Born to an indentured laborer father in a Dalit family where food mattered more than studies, Mannam Madhusudan Rao began as a construction worker. Today, he runs his own construction company that is completing a township worth Rs 250 crore [ ... ]Read Full Story
The following is the first editorial (translated from Marathi) written by Babasaheb Ambedkar for the very first issue of Mook Nayak published in January 1920! This translation was first published in July 2010 by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Research Institute in Social Growth, Kolhapur. [ ... ]Read Full Story
Preface by The Author Himself ~ "The day that reduces a man to slavery takes from him the half of his virtue,"
- Homer. "Our system of Government in India is not calculated to raise the character of those subject to it, nor is [ ... ]