Archive for June, 2010

Shocking is to hear a professor beaten up by Caste Goondas in a premier institute that produces top ( 90-95%) results in 10th and 12th standard within  Mumbai University. Mr. Sitaram Mhaske  is among the well-known and upright Professors. Having committed daily routine of his lectures, he was taking session of Second year B.A. students […]


Shocking is to hear a professor beaten up by Caste Gundas in a premier institute that gives 90-95% results in 10th and 12th std belonging to Mumbai University. Mr. Sitaram Mhaske  is among the well-known and upright Professors in Birla College. Having committed daily routine of his lectures, he was taking session of Second year B.A. students. […]


Khetia is a town and a Nagar-Panchayat in Barwani district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. From Maharashtra State, it can be reached well by road from Shahada, Nandurbar and Dhule. Here on 25th June 2010, the Uppercaste mob has terrorised Mahar, Mang and Valmiki communities for an individual act of Mahar Boy named Balu Nikum. Thakre had an affair with an upper caste (Gosavi) girl  who […]


Cases of attacks on Buddhist women aren’t confined to rural India: last month, a young Buddhist girl was stripped and paraded in a southern Mumbai locality. The local police has arrested 10 women and two men under Prevention Of Atrocities (POA) Act. However, Sharada Yadav, the main accused, is out on bail. Said senior police inspector […]


It has been more than a month since a dalit father and his handicapped daughter were burnt alive by members of a dominant caste in Hisar’s Mirchpur village. Still, there is no sign of any government action to provide relief to those affected by caste violence. Since April 21 caste violence, dalits have been camping […]


Taking a serious view of 150 Dalit families from Mirchpur village in Haryana’s Hisar district being forced to leave the village after two of them were killed allegedly by the dominant Jat community, the Supreme Court on Monday issued a stern notice to the Haryana Government for its response to a petition highlighting their plight. […]