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SC pulls up Centre for prolonged detention of Pak prisoners

Tuesday, January 24, 2012 Press Trust Of India    The Supreme Court on Tuesday pulled up the Union government for prolonged incarceration of several Pakistani prisoners in Indian jails despite their having completed their sentences. “There is total inaction and… Continue Reading →

Grave concerns over security laws in Kashmir

Two days into 2012, a student was killed and two more were injured in a village in North Kashmir when the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) guarding a hydroelectric plant opened fire on protesters, shattering a tenuous peace. In the… Continue Reading →

URGENT: Villagers Protest Against vedanta Red Mud Pond

Activist Satyabadi Naik’s shocking video of police crackdown on a peaceful protest by women of Rengopalli and other villages against Vedanta’s toxic Red Mud Pond in Lanjigarh. This video was recorded on 23 Jan 2012.

World Report 2012: India | Human Rights Watch

India, the world’s most populous democracy, continues to have a vibrant media, an active civil society, a respected judiciary, and significant human rights problems. Custodial killings, police abuses including torture, and failure to implement policies to protect vulnerable communities marred… Continue Reading →

CPI(ML) Statement – Condemning Conspiracy to Implicate the Party in Jharkhand Blast, Demanding Intervention to Secure Release of Leaders Abducted by Maoists

CPI(ML) Condemns Conspiracy to Implicate the Party in Jharkhand Blast, Demands Release of Arrested CPI(ML) Activists and Intervention to Secure Release of CPI(ML) Leaders Abducted by Maoists New Delhi, January 22, 2012 The CPI(ML) strongly condemns the conspiracy being woven… Continue Reading →

Eminent citizens and groups write an open letter to the Honourable Chief Justice of India

    Dear friends, As you are aware, Soni Sori, an adivasi school teacher and warden from Chhattisgarh, is currently facing trial in Chhattisgarh. Accused as a Maoist supporter, despite evidence of her having being framed as one in several… Continue Reading →

The Pereira and the Ferreira: A tale of two Bandra boys

G Sampath  | Saturday, January 21, 2012 One guy killed seven people and spent one month in jail. Another killed nobody and spent 56 months in jail. As they say, we are all equal before the law, aren’t we. The… Continue Reading →

Manipur and its search for elusive justice

  Manipuris want impunity to end.Not only has it shattered any existing faith in the justice system, many feel it has emboldened the security forces to commit further abuses. Manipuris will soon stand in line to vote for a new… Continue Reading →

Free Hanieh “Sharareh” Farshi Shotorban

Hanieh “Sharareh” Farshi Shotorban arrested in Tabriz for Facebook Activities. Jan 18,  is Hanieh’s birthday. She turns 30 years old. She was arrested in July 2010 and is currently held in Evin prison. According to reliable sources, the young Iranian… Continue Reading →

Branded a Maoist by the Maharashtra police

At his first press conference after his release, he spoke about his ordeal and how the State has been muffling the voice of dissent. Prasanna D Zore reports. The sarcasm in 40-year-old Arun Ferreira’s voice is not completely misplaced. It… Continue Reading →

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