PM Modi launches auction of 41 coal mines for commercial mining, says it will bring jobs and development to tribal belt in central and...
In the auction process, 41 coal mines are on offer which includes fully explored and partially explored mines.
‘Cook cow meat, we all will eat’: Tribal man from Jharkhand shares his ordeal with VHP on how Christian missionaries lured him to Christianity
VHP has claimed of an increase in forced religious conversions of tribals by missionaries in Jharkhand during the lockdown period.
After relentlessly repeating the lie that lynched Sadhus were not Hindus, The Wire silently updates its report to admit they were Hindus
Journalist Swati Goel Sharma has pointed out that The Wire's founder Siddharth Varadrajan, speaking to Newslaundry, had also claimed that sadhus as 'people belonging to nomadic tribes', in an attempt to peddle the narrative that they were not Hindus.
Left-wing terrorists have indoctrinated tribals against Hinduism: Report reveals ‘Ultra left’ connection to Palghar Sadhus’ lynching case
The report by Times Now claimed that Tribal inhabitants were brainwashed and seeds of animosity towards Hindus were sown by the supporters of leftists ideology.
Bengal: VHP’s mass wedding ceremonies for poor tribals under attack, Mamata Banerjee terms them ‘conversion attempt’
Mamata Banerjee's administration has alleged that RSS's mass marriage drives are 'conversion tactic'. The VHP's mass wedding ceremony for over 100 poor tribals was attacked and vandalised by workers of the JDP on February 2.
Education reformer Sonam Wangchuk thanks Narendra Modi government for considering his proposal to declare Ladakh UT as Schedule VI area
Sonam Wangchuk had earlier demanded the Indian government of declaring UT of Ladakh as Scheduled VI area
PM Modi says 400 Eklavya Model residential schools will be built for tribals by 2022, explains facilities, why dropout rates decreasing
Modi govt has decided to build 400 Eklavya Model schools for tribal children across the country in the next three years
Endurance and courage: Tribal children from Chandrapur district scale Mt Everest in a unique initiative by Maharashtra govt
Five students from Chandrapur tribal ashram school did something, which is an ultimate example of endurance, hard work, patience and above all courage - they scaled Mt Everest
Belonging to the Santal community, Anupriya Lakra had a passion for becoming a pilot quit her engineering studies in Bhubaneswar in the middle and began her preparations to appear for the pilot entrance test in Bhubaneswar, her father said.
Families of the victims accuse the policemen were intoxicated and added that the they forced the five tribals to consume urine too.