Kulhand: A Month After the Massacre

By Yoginder SikandEarly last month, unidentified gunmen shot dead 22 Hindus in Kulhand, a remote mountain village in Doda in Jammu and Kashmir. The massacre is an indication that the situation in Doda district, racked…

Dalits won't join flesh trade, tortured

IANS,  June 01, 2006 Bhopal: Two Dalit sisters in Madhya Pradesh lodged a complaint with the State Women's Commission on Thursday, saying upper caste villagers were torturing them for refusing to plunge into flesh trade."Villagers…

State Sets Vigilantes on 'Maoist' Tribals

Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Inter Press Service News AgencyNEW DELHI, Jun 1 (IPS) - While Maoist rebels have begun talks with the seven-party ruling alliance in Nepal after the monarchy was overthrown, in neighbouring India, a…

Call for fair assessment of Internet users in…

CHENNAI: Though Internet journalism has started occupying the centre stage of the media eco-system in developed countries, regrettably, India still does not have a fair assessment of Internet users in the country, N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief,…

Just days ago, Sangh turned to Vaastu to…

Vivek Deshpande, Indian ExpressFriday, June 02, 2006 Sarsanghchalak sent a swayamsevak to Vizag to verify new building plan with senior Vaastu expert, reconstruction had begunNAGPUR, JUNE 1:Terror has targeted the RSS at a time when…

Day of drama and confusion in Mahajan case

New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) It was a day of dramatic developments and conflicting versions related to the case involving suspected poisoning of Rahul Mahajan, son of late Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Pramod Mahajan,…