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Naseer salutes Dabholkar
Speaking after inaugurating an art exhibition on the slain rationalist, Shah said one needed the same conviction to fight superstition as those who hold on to superstitions possess...
By PTI in Mumbai
Anti-superstition act: rules yet to be framed
The Act was passed by the Maharashtra state government after the murder of Narendra Dabholkar in 2013...
Letters to the editor: Lakhimpur Kheri incident
Readers write in from Coimbatore, Calcutta, Nellimarla, Mumbai, Delhi...
By The Telegraph
Activist murder charges framed next week
The anti-superstition activist was shot dead in Pune on August 20, 2013, allegedly by the members of a right-wing extremist group...
By Our Bureau, PTI in Pune
Democracy and the Argumentative Indian
Democracy’s fate rests upon the Argumentative Indian...
By Faisal C.K
Dabholkar murder: Supplementary chargesheet filed against 2 persons
While Vikram Bhave is lodged in Yerawada jail under judicial custody, Sanjeev Punalekar, who is a lawyer, is out on bail....
By PTI in Pune
Three more arrested in Govind Pansare case
The number of accused arrested in the Pansare case has gone up to 12....
By PTI in Kolhapur
Dabholkar’s war on superstition rages on
Dabholkar’s organisation has added 125 units in Maharashtra’s rural and urban areas in the last 5 years or so...
By Basant Kumar Mohanty
I am realistically hopeful: Anand Patwardhan
The activist and filmmaker was speaking on the sidelines of the screening of his latest documentary, Reason...
By Paromita Kar
Shine a light on superstition
Promoting a scientific temper is not just the job of rationalists and scientists; it is also the government's responsibility...
By The Editorial Board
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