Posts Tagged ‘Dr. Ambedkar’

Waiting for justice, Bhaiyyalal Bhotmange, the lone survivor of Khairlanji Massacre, breathed his last in the evening of 20th January, 2017. He was declared dead in Nagpur’s Shrikrishna’s hospital due to major heart attack. Earlier when he came back from his work to his residence at MHADA colony, Bhandara he did not feel well. Immediately, […]

In 2012, Gram Panchayat elections were held across the state of Maharashtra. Bankaranja village in Kaij taluka of Beed district had a 9-member Panchayat. In the elections of 2012, the people voted in 8 members belonging to the major front (BJP) and 1 member (Aruna Dahire)from the opposing front (NCP). As the post of Sarpanch […]

Five Research Scholars (Ph.D students) at University of Hyderabad are ostracized by the decision of the University to restrict their entry in to hostels, administration building and other common places in groups and denial of permission to participate in Students’ Union elections, as an administrative response to the incidents related to ASA vs ABVP on […]

How many of TV viewers know about the father of Sachin Tendulkar was working in Dr Ambedkar’s founded Siddharth College. He was teaching Marathi in the college. Owing to have felt blue swing of social movement, Sachin’s father would have been first to negate the Media hype of Cricket over issues of prominence i.e. Civil […]

Talking earlier this week to a 100 very bright and very young students at the nascent Ashoka University, I asked if they thought of their country as India, Bharat or Hindustan. The answer, from a young woman, came fast: “India”. She spoke, I think, for everyone of them drawn from different parts of India and […]

The thoughtful write-up from Sandeep Dongre with the notion of Dalit upliftment without Ambedkarism is not a possibility. Writer is a Vice President at a reputed mobile company in South region, India. * 13-14th Oct 2013. Lacks of Dalits from all over India gathered in Nagpur to celebrate a much less known event- The conversion […]

Patna high court judgment on acquittal of all 26 accused in Laxmanpur caste massacre advocates false assumptions by law of the land that “untouchables” have become the majority and powerful class in India who are misusing Atrocity Act and falsely alleging Caste Hindu. Let us review some of the following points: 1. Reflecting on Jurisprudence: […]