Dalit Sangarsha Samiti Demands Stern Action against Circle Inspector Gaonkar

The district unit of state Dalit Sangharsha Samiti staged a protest in front of the DC’s office here on Monday Oct 11, demanding stern action against Bunder station circle inspector Vinay Gaonkar who allegedly offended the samiti members, recently.??

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Protest against the burning alive of two Dalits in Khaithapur village of Nalgonda district

Several Dalit and Human Rights organisations and individuals (led by Andhra Pradesh Ambedkar Yuvajana Sangham, Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes' Wefare Association and others)  held a protest demonstation against the burning alive of two men suspected of practising witchcraft in Khaithapur village, Nalgonda district, at the Babasaheb Ambedkar statue junction, near Tank Bund, in Hyderabad on 21st September, 2010.

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Dalit Rights Group alleges atrocities by upper caste in Orissa

A 15-member fact finding team representing National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights, New Delhi and Dalit Adhikar Sangathan, Odisha on Monday alleged that Dalits of Ranapada village under Brahmagiri Block of Puri district are still facing untouchability, discrimination and atrocities by upper caste people.

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Dalit Rights Group alleges atrocities by upper caste in Orissa

A 15-member fact finding team representing National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights, New Delhi and Dalit Adhikar Sangathan, Odisha on Monday alleged that Dalits of Ranapada village under Brahmagiri Block of Puri district are still facing untouchability, discrimination and atrocities by upper caste people.

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Man held for urinating on boy

Tirunelveli: A retired employee of a private company has been arrested for urinating on a dalit boy from the terrace of his house in Tirunelveli.James Stanley, 65 of municipal colony in Melapalayam,

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Malasa to get a gram pradhan

 For five years when it remained a “reserved” seat, Malasa got not a single nomination for the post of either gram pradhan or panchayat membership as Dalits were too scared to come forward in a village that was dominated by Thakurs.

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Justice, at last

by T.K. RAJALAKSHMI

RTISeven persons have been awarded life imprisonment in the Dulina Dalit lynching case, but the battle for justice may not be over.

THE long wait for justice by the families of the five Dalit youth who were lynched on October 15, 2002, at the police post in Dulina village in Jhajjar district of Haryana is finally over. On August 9, a district court awarded life imprisonment to seven convicts in the case.

 

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