Among the topics that the commission suggested are lectures on khap panchayats and their 'democratic traditions' and Harappans as the pioneering architect of the democratic system in the world.
Author: The Wire Staff
Delhi Murder: Woman’s Live-in Partner Arrested; NCW Asks for Fair, Time-Bound Investigation
Aaftab Amin Poonawala reportedly told the police during the investigation that he killed Shraddha Walkar after a quarrel over marriage.
Kerala Governor Removed as Chancellor of Kalamandalam University
The move comes amid the Kerala government's ongoing tussle with governor Arif Mohammad Khan over the functioning of universities, including appointment of vice-chancellors, in the state.
Bengaluru: Comedian Vir Das’s Show Cancelled Under Pressure From Right-Wing Outfit
The Hindu Janajagruthi Vedike had urged the police to cancel Das's show, alleging that he had passed 'derogatory' remarks against women, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India during a …
‘Glaring Lapses in Probe’: SC Acquits 3 Men Sentenced to Death for Brutal Gang-Rape, Murder of Teen
The apex court bench likened the trial court's role to that of a "passive umpire's". The young woman's father has expressed disappointment with the verdict and said the system …
A Billionaire Is Responsible for a Million Times More Emissions Than the Average Person: Oxfam Report
When emissions from thee investments of billionaires is calculated, then their carbon emissions are over a million times higher the normal person, the non-profit said.
‘Disproportionate and Politically Motivated’: Diasporic Outfits Condemn Police Raids on ‘The Wire’
As many as 21 Indian diasporic organisations from across the globe saw the raids on 'The Wire' as part of an "ongoing deterioration of journalistic and press freedoms in …
Pulse Oximeters Don’t Always Work Accurately for Dark-Skinned People
Scientists say that the inaccuracy in pulse oximeters should be examined as a “potential explanation” for disparities in COVID-19 outcomes among people of different races.
Several Journalists’ Bodies, Others Speak Out on Searches at ‘The Wire’, Its Editors’ Homes
'We call on authorities and politicians to cease the harassment,' Committee to Protect Journalists said.