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National SC Panel backs Sameer Wankhede, condemns personal attacks by Nawab Malik against his family

Union minister Ramdas Athawale said, “NCP minister Nawab Malik was targeting Sameer Wankhede as he had arrested his son-in-law (Sameer Khan) in a drug-related case."

‘Going to Church or displaying Holy Cross cannot be ground to cancel SC certificate’: Madras HC

Observing that the action taken by authorities was based on assumptions, the judges quashed the order passed by the district collector.

Qatar-based Indian PhD scholar says false SC/ST case filed against her by Nagarjuna University professor who used to harass her online

Aruna in her petition, FIR and in an interview with OpIndia informed that Kondru who is a practicing Christian as per his social media profiles (which has now been locked), continues to call himself a Hindu taking undue advantage of the reservation given to SCs and STs.

Congress leader Udit Raj threatens journalist with SC/ST Act, successfully stops him from releasing his interview with tough questions

The journalist has approached OpIndia saying that he could not upload some parts of his interview of Udit Raj because of threats from Congress leader.

Netizens demand arrest of ‘comedian’ Abish Mathew after his sexist tweet on Mayawati goes viral

The tweet had sexist, insulting statement against the prominent Dalit leader and former UP CM.

From sexual harassment to breaking their own head with a brick: Here are 6 cases in 5 weeks where SC/ST Act was falsely used

In many cases, people from SC/ST communities have been found using the Act for vengeance, settling personal scores in cases where there was no caste discrimination involved.

Nearly 40% of cases filed under SC/ST act, 39% cases for atrocities against women in 2020 were fake: Rajasthan Police

Nearly 25 per cent or 47,481 cases of the total 1.93 lakh cases were found to be fake in Rajasthan in 2020, the police informed.

Reservation is not a fundamental right, says Supreme Court, rejects petitions by political parties over NEET admission in Tamil Nadu

The political parties had filed petitions asking the court to ensure that 50% of OBC candidates get admission in medical colleges out of the seats that Tamil Nadu surrenders under All India Quota.

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