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Media Trial Is Subverting Truth In Hathras Case, says Lawyer Of Accused

Sep 25, 2021 Jeevan Prakash Sharma

In Bulgarhi, where upper castes are in the majority, the victim’s family finds little sympathy. Not even other Dalit families side with them. This is a potent weapon for the accused.

Hathras: A Poet's Comment On A Post-Truth World

Sep 23, 2021 Chinki Sinha

The poem has immortalized that violence faced by the young Dalit girl who was allegedly raped by the upper caste men in Hathras last year. It is the poetry of witness.


For The Lawyer Fighting For Justice, The Nightmare Is Still Alive

Family of Hathras victim allege threat to their lawyer’s life. Cops deny allegations, claiming they are providing her an escort on trial dates

In Her Wake, A Holy Basil Plant Keeps Her Memory Alive

Sep 22, 2021 Jeevan Prakash Sharma

For the Dalit family, the tulsi (basil) remains a fragrant memory of the young woman who died a year ago aged 19, two weeks after she was gangraped by four upper caste men of the same village.


A Year Later, Hathras Victim's Family Now Held Captive In Their Own Home

A year later, the security for the Dalit family is as tight as ever. Even suffocating at times. But it’s now part of the lives of the family whose worst nightmares had come true on a muggy day last year when the woman was sexually assaulted by four the accused—now facing trial for gang rape and murder—when she was collecting fodder for the family’s livestock.

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A Year After Hathras Gang Rape; Dalit Victim’s Family Now ‘Strangers’ In Own Village

Jeevan Prakash Sharma

Ostracised in upper caste-majority village and guarded round-the-clock by CRPF, life for family is now a prison


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Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) workers clear a water logged road after heavy rainfall due to Cyclone Jawad, in Kolkata.

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Shops at a Muslim-dominated area of Dalmandi remain closed on the anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition, in Varanasi.

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Resident doctors of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital raise slogans during a protest in New Delhi.

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