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A CRIME COMMITTED AGAINST A DALIT EVERY 18 MINUTE | 6 DALITS KIDNAPPED OR ABDUCTED EVERY WEEK | 3 DALIT WOMEN RAPED EVERY DAY | 13 DALITS MURDERED EVERY WEEK | 27 ATROCITIES AGAINST DALITS EVERY DAY
Malavath Poorna and Anand Kumar being falicitated at Andhra Bhawan, New Delhi on 5 June, 2014
Malavath Poorna addresses the audience at Andhra Bhavan in New Delhi on 5 June 2014.
Senior Congress leader Rapolu Anand Bhaskar addresses the audience at Andhra Bhavan.
Senior BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya addresses the audience at Andhra Bhavan.
Malavath Poorna and S Anand Kumar garland the statue of DR BR Ambedkar at Andhra Bhavan
Malavath Poorna scaling the Everest in May 2014
Anand at the peak holding Dr BR Ambedkar and Shankaran portraits.
Crimes against marginalized sections have only spiked over the years, but laws to protect them are still inadequate
In May this year, Nitin Aage, a 17-year-old Dalit boy, was brutally killed and hanged from a tree, allegedly by three men of the Maratha community in Kharda village of Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra. His crime? He had dared to fall in love with an upper caste girl in his school. This dusty village, located 330 km from Mumbai, had no previous history of caste violence, but the divide between the upper and lower castes was rigidly enforced here.
ADRF makes its debut at the Sixth Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Bangkok
Bangkok: A NCDHR-NDW delegation representing the Asia Dalit Rights Forum (ADRF) participated in the Sixth Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR) held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 22-26 June 2014.
NCDHR appeals for a global convention against discrimination based on descent, work
Chicago: Civil and human rights activists from across the globe reflected on the current status of various forms of discrimination in their countries at the recent Rainbow Push Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund International Convention in Chicago.
Dalit Forced to Clean School Tank for Her Girl’s Admission
MADURAI: A Dalit woman was allegedly forced to clean a tank filled with garbage when she went to the Melur Government Girl’s Higher Secondary School seeking admission for her daughter in the science stream of Class XI.
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