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SHOCKING: SC/ST stamped on Candidate’s Chest

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Candidates appearing for the post of police constable in Madhya Pradesh had their castes stamped on their chests during their physical examination. The incident happened at the district hospital in Dhar which is around 4 hours away from Bhopal, when around 206 candidates queued up for the medical test. The candidates were segregated on the basis of their castes “to avoid confusion”. An inquiry had been ordered after the photos surfaced the media. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan who was in a conference yesterday is yet to react on this issue. Several other activists too have openly spoken against this move calling this as a discriminatory and a human rights violation.

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World Refugee Day: 8.5 million uprooted across the Globe

Anusha Bhattacharya

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From football to food festivals, to dancing and singing to concerts, millions of people across the globe are taking part in events marking world refugee day, celebrating the strength and flexibility of people who are forced to flee their own home and seek safety elsewhere. The event falls each year on June 20th, which gives a worldwide support for men, women and children who were displaced by conflict and violence. The current figures of refugees is equivalent to the entire population of Thiland, and the number of people forcibly displaced equates to 1 in every 110 persons worldwide. Most of the time we see that the reason behind the displacement of refugees are because of the internal conflict. The main reason is these refugees feel sacred for life in their own nation. On this World Refugee Day, it is time to recognise humanity and challenge ourselves to join them in supporting refugees in our schools, neighbourhoods and workplace. This is where solidarity starts with one and all.

 

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It is only through dialogue between Congress and RSS we can move ahead, says Sudheendra Kulkarni

Arti Ghargi

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The former President and Senior Congress leader Pranab Mukherjee attending an RSS event created a lot of furore within the party. While the party still continues to attack BJP and RSS, a noted intellectual and former advisor to BJP’s LK Advani has a message for the Grand Old Party-Dialogue with RSS. Kulkarni who calls himself wellwisher of Congress and Sympathetic critic of RSS also wants to see Congress President Rahul gandhi as next Prime Minister. Here, he talks exclusively with HW News.

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Kashmir Report: Has our foreign policy failed ?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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In what was probably Narendra Modi’s last major foreign policy speech before 2019 general elections, PM Modi clearly outlined India’s position for the world’s military and strategic leadership at the Shangri La security in Singapore on June 1st. However, despite his best efforts, PM Modi has failed to fundamentally transform the nation’s foreign policies in the last 4 years. If you look at the recent examples, India failed to play the role of a bigger brother in Maldives to resolve their gruesome political instabilities. And now the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena party had slammed the NDA government over the unilateral ceasefire in Kashmir during Ramzan and the killing of senior journalist Shujaat Bukhari in Srinagar. According to them, even after visiting so many places, no country is willing to stand by India on the reports of UN. Apart from portraying him as a Global Leader, did it bring any success to the India’s foreign policy. So, was Modi’s hug diplomacy worth at the end? Did his bear hugs truly benefit our nation?

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