The United Nations started observing the World Day of Social Justice on February 20, 2009. The very need to declare a day for social justice 64 years
As the world observes yet another ‘Day of Social Justice’ on February 20, it is time to take a close look at injustices caused by divisions on the lines of caste
The minorities, Dalits and Tribals are the worst victims of government’s flawed laws and biased policies
India is now ruled by a party which believes that India should have been declared a Hindu nation soon after the creation of Pakistan.
Around a decade ago, no one would have thought that the world would have a unique technology albeit a currency to trade in
The latest reports tell us that only 58% of the voters turned up in the first phase of the UP elections.
Hatred and prejudice towards minorities, especially Muslims and Christians, have penetrated to different layers of Indian society
Prof. J. S. Bandukwala, who passed away on January 29, was a democratic dissenter who respected the Constitution and lived by it
The Delhi High Court’s recent decision to refrain from suspending the seven-year jail term awarded by the trial court