Adivasis




News of tribals of India.

‘हम उस समय तक अज़ान देते रहेंगे जब तक बाबरी मस्जिद में अज़ान शुरू न हो जाए’

अफ़रोज़ आलम साहिल, TwoCircles.net

नई दिल्ली: बाबरी मस्जिद विध्वंस की घटना को 24 वर्ष बीत गए हैं लेकिन दिल्ली में आज भी 6 दिसम्बर का दिन विभिन्न संगठनों व राजनेताओं के विरोध-प्रदर्शन, धरना, जलसा-जुलूस के नाम रहा. जहां एक तरफ़ जंतर-मंतर पर कई संगठन के लोगों ने धरना दिया, वहीं दिल्ली के मुस्लिम इलाक़ों में विरोध-प्रदर्शन हुए.

Tribal students confined to hostels during Jharkhand shutdown

Ranchi : Tribal students were on Friday confined to their hostels in Jharkhand to prevent them from taking part in the shutdown called by tribal organisations to protest the amendments to the two state land acts.

Security forces have been deployed outside the tribal students' hostels in Ranchi, Dumka as well as other parts of the state.

The security personnel have been asked to keep the students inside the hostels.

Tribals call for shutdown in Jharkhand over land acts

Ranchi : Tribal organisations in Jharkhand have called for a shutdown on Friday to protest against the amendments in two land acts by the Raghubar Das-led Bharatiya Janata Party government.

Jharkhand Adivasi Morcha and other tribal organisations have called for the shutdown to protest against the amendments passed in the assembly on November 23.

The Congress, Left parties and the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha-Prajatantrik (JVM-P) have extended support to the shutdown.

‘अस्तित्व, अस्मिता और जनआन्दोलन’ के मुद्दे पर 2-4 दिसंबर को पटना में जमावड़ा

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पटना : जन आन्दोलनों का राष्ट्रीय समन्वय यानी एनएपीएम का 11 वां राष्ट्रीय अधिवेशन 2-4 दिसंबर को पटना के ऐतिहासिक अंजुमन इस्लामिया हॉल में होने जा रहा है. इस अधिवेशन में देश के अलग-अलग हिस्सों में चल रहे जन आन्दोलनों से जुड़े संगठन और सामाजिक कार्यकर्ता भाग लेंगे. देश भर के 250 से अधिक गैर-दलीय जन संगठन इससे जुड़े हैं.

SC/ST Bank sought on lines of Mahila Bank

New Delhi : The All India Confederation of SC/ST Organisations -- Parisangh -- urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to open a separate bank with a capital of Rs 1 lakh crore to help Dalit and tribal entrepreneurs.

Parisangh Chairperson Udit Raj said continuous attempts were being made to finish off reservation.

He said a seperate bank for SC/ST (Scheduled Caste and Tribes) would help in reducing surplus liabilites on the private and public banks due to the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

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Tribals want to get educated, make up for lost time

By Vishal Narayan

Jamshedpur : A feeling of resentment among tribals at being "cheated" by upper-caste Hindus, of being left out in the race to progress, is now giving way to the urge to get educated, to "make up for lost time". At a pan-India conclave of tribals here, many spoke of the need for education to shake off a widespread "inferiority complex".

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Disruptions continue in Jharkhand Assembly over amendments in land acts

Ranchi : The third working day of Jharkhand Assembly's winter session was also a wash out due to disruptions over the BJP government's move to amend two land acts formulated to protect the land rights of the tribals and indigenous people of the state.

The opposition parties are protesting against the proposed amendments in the Chotanagpur Tenancy (CNT) Act and Santhal Pargana Tenancy (SPT) Act, which, they say, have been brought to acquire tribals' land for industrial use.

Irom Sharmila kicks off her poll campaign in Manipur

Imphal : Irom Sharmila, the 'Iron Lady of Manipur who is contesting an election to the state assembly in January, has kicked off her poll campaign.

Addressing a gathering in her home constituency Khurai on Sunday, from where she will contest against the sitting Congress legislator N. Bijoy, Sharmila said that she would fight the elections without any money power.

She would also be taking on Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh in the Thoubal assembly constituency.

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'ST status to new Assam communities will destroy existing tribes'

New Delhi : The central government's proposal to grant Scheduled Tribe (ST) status to six advanced and populous communities in Assam will destroy the existing tribes, the Coordination Committee of the Tribal Organisations of Assam (CCTOA) said on Friday.

Describing the move as detrimental to tribes and anti-tribal, the CCTOA said the granting of ST status to those communities, including Koch Rajbongshi and Tai-Ahom, will eliminate political representation of the existing STs from village councils up to the Lok Sabha.

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