Did NDTV shield Bhim Army goons and present a biased version of scuffle between Dalit groom and temple devotees? Here is what we know
Just 8 days prior to the event, another Dalit groom named Dwarkalal took out a marriage procession in the same area which faced no issued and was carried out peacefully. Locals allege that Bhim Army goons had created a ruckus during the procession.
Tamil YouTube channel reporter harasses Brahmin women and peddles caste hatred; Indu Makkal Katchi to file a complaint on the incident
A reporter of a Tamil YouTube channel Red Pix was seen harassing a woman and peddling caste hatred against Brahmin people
A Maharashtra-based teacher, Harshal Prabhu had reportedly written to PMO wherein he had expressed concerns of increase in casteism by such flaunting of caste on cars.
When Lord Jagannath had to go hungry and beg on the streets: The story of ‘Manabasa Gurubara’ in Odisha
Every Thursday in the current month of Margashira, every Odia household gets ready to welcome Maa Laxmi into their homes.
Dalit man beaten to death for ‘touching food’ in MP? Contrary reports emerge that suggest he was beaten for molesting woman
Various media outlets like ANI, Times of India, Zee News Hindi, India Today, NDTV, Scroll.in etc, have claimed that the Dalit man was killed due to his caste
Liberal outrage over no Muslims in Bihar’s ruling alliance hides caste realities in Indian Muslim society
The Pasmandas, who make up 85% of Indian Muslim society, are systematically denied a voice within their community.
Often ignored by the media, there is wide scale discrimination present in Muslim society between two factions- Ashraf and Ajlaf.
Accusations of prolonged unexplained leave and possible ‘Fake Mausi’ in 2018 Sanjali case: More skeletons tumble out about Hathras ‘Fake Bhabhi’
Hathras fake bhabhi Dr Rajkumari Bansal was absent for job for 8 months without explanation, and became fake mausing in a 2018 case
Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill normalises casteism through ‘joke’, deletes tweet after getting called out by netizens
Congress spokesperson Shergill shares joke with casteist slur, later deletes after backlash.
One of the persistent pieces of given wisdom in Indian political discourse is that the Dravidian movement was a progressive one.