Days after a series of attacks on Africans just an hour’s drive from capital New Delhi and a sharp barb by foreign diplomats, the Indian government rejected that the incidents were racist in nature, pending an investigation. On this edition of We The People, we ask: Are we in denial when we say that India is not racist? Can we hope to resolve an issue without acknowledging it? Are African envoys right in terming these attacks as xenophobic or are such incidents, like the Indian government says, are criminal offences and not racial attacks? Also, how do we respond to the racially-motivated attacks against the North- East Indians?
Available at The SentinelPublished on 02 November 2019 GUWAHATI: Addressing the media in a press conference held at Guwahati Press Club on Friday, Suhas Chakma, the Director at New Delhi Rights & Risk Analysis Group (RRAG), said, “The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the ruling BJP have proposed to tweak the CAB to provide […]
NDTV Hindi प्रकाशित: जुलाई 30, 2018 08:00 PM IST असम में 40 लाख लोग आज NRC की फाइनल लिस्ट के बाद गैरकानूनी हो गए. राष्ट्रीय नागरिक रजिस्टर के दूसरे और अंतिम मसौदे को आज कड़ी सुरक्षा के बीच जारी कर दिया गया. 2 करोड़ 89 लाख लोग असम के नागरिक हैं, 40 लाख लोगों का […]
ENews RoomPublished on 29 November 2019 Many have welcomed the move of fresh NRC in Assam, but have expressed their doubts about it being genuinely implemented in the North Eastern states of India Shillong: As the political game over NRC (National Register for Citizens) and CAB (Citizenship Amendment Bill) hots up, apprehensions about the exercises […]