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Tribal Woman Rescued from Domestic Slavery

 
/ March 6, 2020

Meagre wages, zero paid offs, left over food, confinement to a specific area, restricted visits and contact with family over years is  what a woman rescued from forced domestic labor described as a normal life .

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Manual Scavenging in India: Illegal, yet in Practise

 
/ October 17, 2019

In India, we continue to practice manual scavenging, a derogatory practice, confined to people belonging to lower castes and resulting in their deaths.

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Extreme Caste Discrimination Leaves Puri’s Dalits Threatened and Looted

 
/ July 5, 2019

One of India’s biggest religious hubs, Puri, is also a hub for atrocities against Dalits by upper caste individuals.

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Caste Discrimination Took Precedence Over Humanity During Cyclone Fani

 
/ May 29, 2019

While Odisha is trying to gather pieces after Cyclone Fani, Dalit community in the Puri, are facing caste discrimination in the wake of catastrophe.

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UP’s Khushinagar Tea Stall Practices Untouchability Against Dalits Even Today

 
/ May 20, 2019

Even though the Constitution of India abolished the practice of Untouchability, a tea stall in Uttar Pradesh, Kushinagar, serves tea in the different cup to Dalits.

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Leprosy Continues to be a Reason for Discrimination in Uttar Pradesh

 
/ April 10, 2019

While India claimed to be leprosy-free in 2005, a family from Bhawanpur Chauthar village, Uttar Pradesh is still facing discrimination due to leprosy.

Atrocities Against Dalits Continue but Perpetrators Often Go Scot Free

 
/ October 23, 2018

Amidst debates on the dilution of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, a family in Odisha struggles to bring their ‘upper’ caste perpetrator to task.

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Not ‘Honour’ Killings, but Murders to Exert Power

 
/ August 14, 2018

‘Honour’ killings aren’t about honour at all - they are murders carried out by the apparently powerful to maintain status quo of caste, power, and property.