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Maj General fired without pension for sexual harassment of woman officer

HIGHLIGHTS A serving Army Major General who played a key role in the June 2015 surgical strike on the bases of terrorists in Myanmar has been dismissed for sexually harassing a woman officer The alleged sexual harassment took place in… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan Court acquits 6 Accused In 2017 Mob Killing Of Pehlu Khan

Pehlu Khan was transporting cattle with six others after buying them at a fair in Jaipur to Haryana when he was stopped and brutally beaten. Of the nine people accused of Pehlu Khan’s murder, three were underage.ALWAR, RAJASTHAN:  HIGHLIGHTS Pehlu… Continue Reading →

Gujarat: Jailed ex-IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt gets over 30,000 rakhis

The appeal against Sanjiv’s conviction will come up in the Gujarat HC on August 20By Nandini Oza August 13, 2019 14:56 IST The ‘Justice for Sanjiv Bhatt’ event to announce the rakhi campaign | Janak Patel Support has been pouring in… Continue Reading →

Jammu and Kashmir in Chaos as India Strips Its Statehood

Move preceded by scrapping of state’s 70-year autonomy Srinigar, Kashmir: August 8, 2019 — The Kashmir valley was plunged into chaos this week after India’s Bharatiya Janata Party led Central Government rapidly scrapped the state of Jammu and Kashmir’s 70-year autonomous… Continue Reading →

India- Congratulations,Every non-violent dissenter is a terrorist

G. Sampath Image: Getty Images/ iStock  MORE-IN Every non-violent dissenter is a terrorist in spirit if not in act I’ve spent the last few weeks reading about life in prison. I must say it’s time well spent. Advance preparation always… Continue Reading →

MP govt should ‘ correct death figures’ in apex court affidavit, demand Bhopal gas victims

Jul 26, 2019, RBHOPAL: Bhopal Gas tragedy victims associated with a group of four NGOs, working among them under the banner of “International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal”, staged a demonstration at Neelam Parkhere to protest alleged reluctance of the state… Continue Reading →

35 years on, govt looks away as Bhopal neighbourhood continues to drink chemical-laden water

BHOPAL GAS LEAK: LONG TERM IMPACT July 20, 2019Shuriah Niazi Our work is to empower citizens, made possible by your donation. Click to Donate Alia, 15, cannot move or talk. “She is totally dependent on me,” said her father Mohammad… Continue Reading →

Need for stringent law against mob violence, lynching: Experts

End apathy, bring in law against lynchings’ Victims and family members say unless people speak up against violence, things will only worsen On Sunday, she took centre stage at a conclave to discuss hate-based crime. The woman, now 50, said,… Continue Reading →

Four Muslim Youths Walk Free in Terror Cases after No Evidence Found

July 21, 2019 C NEW DELHI – The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has found no evidence and dropped terror charges against four men including an auto-driver arrested last year for allegedly trying to establish an “Islamic State caliphate” by resorting to… Continue Reading →

India – 60 citizenship-related deaths in Assam, 28 Hindus, 27 Muslims: CJP

The Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP), a Mumbai-based human rights organization currently taking up the cause of those who are being “wrongfully” declared foreigners in Assam, has said that “nearly 60 people have lost their lives and their deaths… Continue Reading →

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