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Political Prisoners

My mother, Shoma Sen was wrongly jailed for ‘waging war’ on India. A professor with bad knees, no bed

Our Supreme Court sings paeans to the supremacy of ‘human liberty’. What good is ‘liberty’ if you have drained a human’s life even before a trial has begun? Koel Sen Growing up, I would often call my mother ‘Jhansi ki… Continue Reading →

सुधा भारद्वाज आदिवासियों , किसानों, मजदूरो, दलितों, छात्रों ,महिलाओं की आवाज

कारपोरेट लूट के खिलाफ संघर्ष कर रही थी. उनकी गिरफ्तारी का पूरे देश में आक्रोश .मेधा पाटकर .पीयूसीएल दुर्ग में विरोध सभा .  By CG BasketJ आज मानव अधिकार संगठन पी यू सी एल के बैनर तले एक दिवसीय सम्मेलन किया… Continue Reading →

The Network of Women in Media, condemns the arrest of Prashant Kanojia, Ishita Singh and Anuj Shukla.

Prashant Kanojia is an independent journalist, arrested by the Uttar Pradesh police for allegedly tweeting critical posts against Yogi Adityanath, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. The police have claimed that the tweets -which relate to a woman making allegations about… Continue Reading →

One year since #BhimaKoregaon arrests- This is extended torture #FreeBK9

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The nine accused are still in Yerawada jail, even as Amnesty India launches a campaign to call them ‘heroes’ instead of ‘anti-nationals’. By Gaurav Sarkar| Jun 6, 2019 2TwitterFacebook It’s been exactly a year since the Pune police, in a coordinated “joint… Continue Reading →

Releasing prisoners on Eid can be a good CBM: Tarigami

| KNO JAMMU & KASHMIR Monday, June 3, 2019 Kashmir News Observer (KNO) Srinagar, June 03 (KNO) : Expressing concern at the deepening uncertainty in the state, CPI (M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami Monday said reviving the situation afresh at… Continue Reading →

Findings of Torture: The UN Rapporteur and Julian Assange

Dr. Binoy Kampmark – Global Research 1 Jun 2019 – Another crude and sad chapter, yet more evidence of a system’s vengeance against its challengers.  Julian Assange, like the dying Roman emperor Vespasian, may be transforming into a god of sorts,… Continue Reading →

‘Mere Membership Of Banned Organization Will Not Lead To Inference Of Committing Terrorist Act’; SC Upholds Bail To Alleged Maoist Sympathiser

By: Manu Sebastian The Supreme Court has dismissed the challenge brought by Maharashtra Government against the Bombay High Court’s order granting bail to alleged Maoist sympathiser Konnath Muralidharan, who has been in custody in Pune’s Yerwada jail since May 2015.”No… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad case: Court asks cops to hand over copies of ‘seized digital data’ to accused

Seized documents to be shared with Elgar Parishad accused, says Pune court Two chargesheets were filed against the accused in the Elgar Parishad case for allegedly having connections with Maoists. The accused have been lodged in Yerawada central jail for… Continue Reading →

Life in the Hangman’s Shadow

Freed by the Supreme Court after 16 years spent on death row for a crime they did not commit, five men are desperately trying to rebuild their lives. More than a cause for celebration, their acquittal is reason to ask:… Continue Reading →

Elgaar Parishad case: Accused seek mirror images of cloned copies of data seized by police

They had earlier argued that the police had not followed the proper procedure in submitting the electronic data before the court, following which the special court had then directed the accused to file an application in this regard. By Express News… Continue Reading →

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