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In ‘India – A Federal Union of States’, former Union home secretary Madhav Godbole writes sub-nationalism is becoming increasingly intolerant everywhere.
Forty-nine per cent police personnel said they frequently used force against migrant labourers, Lokniti-CSDS-Common Cause survey in 19 cities finds.
SubscriberWrites: My experience on a national highway in 2020 — police checked migrants but didn’t help them
As Tapas Basu drove along NH2 to Durgapur, he saw migrants trudging home and police behaviour that shocked him.
‘1232 km: The Long Journey Home’ by filmmaker Vinod Kapri, published by Harper Collins, will be launched on 31 May on ThePrint's ‘SoftCover’.
The high court said lessons should be taken from the past lockdown as reports show migrant workers are again going back as Delhi govt announced a six-day lockdown.
Last year's lockdown left migrant workers stranded without livelihood or the means to return home. They are eager to avoid the same fate this time.
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Cases were registered in Delhi for violations of prohibitory orders during the lockdown that was announced on 24 March in view of the Covid pandemic.
In 'I Am No Messiah', Sonu Sood writes with Meena Iyer that migrant labourers didn't believe him first but his plea had an impact like Shah Rukh Khan’s dressing-room speech in Chak De! India.
Public disenchantment against the government — or against anything — needs articulation. That articulation has been wanting.