After successful introduction of Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and other inhuman Evil and Aghori Practice Act, 2013, Maharashtra is the first state to pass Maharashtra Protection of
In January 1990, Umesh Chandrakant Rudrap of the Telgu Madelwar Parit Community, who lived in Pune Camp area , got married to Manju after a period of courtship. Manju lived
Three-week long social media campaign launched to seek justice It has been two years since the assassination of Prof. M. M. Kalburgi, the former Vice Chancellor of Kannada University, Hampi.
The veteran rationalist thinker, writer and communist leader Govind Pansare was brutally assassinated in Kolhapur on February 20, 2015. More than two years have passed, but justice remains elusive. The
Murder, rape, castration, abduction a rap sheet as long as his arm and yet Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insans followers are ready to die for him.
Propagating ahimsa, while permitting structural violence, suggests ethical blindness for individuals and an absence of an enlightened vision for society. India needs to move from a narrow concept of ahimsa
Superstition It is really painful to hear about the recent instances of people believing in superstitions. The rumours being spread in and around Delhi about womens braids being chopped off
Gauri Lankesh, 55 (1962-2017) , raged like fire for causes that she believed were fair and just. Her left-leaning ideology was never about being diplomatic: it was about taking things
On the day of Ganesh visarjan, Gauri is gone. The last I met her was a week back. That was at the entrance tothe residence of the chief minister of
Be careful about what you post on social media. We live in dangerous times, I told Gauri Lankeshlast week. Shereplied saying We cant be so dead. It is human to
Veteran molecular biologist and a vehement critic of genetically modified crops, Pushpa Mittra Bhargava, died at his home in Hyderabad on Tuesday (1 Aug 2017). . He was 89. He
Science and religion both concern us because we cant do without science and its derivative, technology, and religion has been woven into the fabric of our society over many centuries.
(Sunil Deshmukh, USA based philanthropist and former corporate leader of Wall Street speaks at length to Corporate Citizen on his admirable journey from a student in the USA pursuing Masters
Why does the Oxford of the East need crusaders against superstition? Because, just until recently, 35 km away from Pune sat Tomato Baba, who proclaimed he could cure any disease