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NSA targets Indian politics, space and Nuclear-programmes #WTFnews

RIO DE JANEIRO, September 24, 2013 Updated: September 24, 2013 15:20 IST Shobhan Saxena Nation’s strategic, commercial interests may have been compromised The public assertions made by Indian and American officials that no content was taken from India’s internet and telephone… Continue Reading →

#India- Government eavesdropping ‘chilling’, says rights group #CMS #Monitoring

Agence France Presse | Updated: June 07, 2013 17:03 IST   New Delhi: The Indian government‘s move to implement blanket eavesdropping of online activities, telephone calls and text messages is “chilling”, Human Rights Watch said today as controversy raged in the US… Continue Reading →

Professor Bhullar must now be released: Sikh Federation UK

By PARMJIT SINGH Published: May 24, 2013 Prof. Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar London, United Kingdom (May 24, 2013): The Sikh Federation (UK) has urged all those concerned with the death penalty in India and the case of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar… Continue Reading →

Public clamouring for Aadhaar cards enrolled several months ago #UID

11 May 2013, 1618 hrs IST Kerala News: P H Kurian, IT principal secretary to the state government had told ‘Express’ on Thursday that out of the 3.25 crore Aadhaar cards needed in the state, 2.42 crore have been generated…. Continue Reading →

India takes its first serious step toward privacy regulation – but it may be misguided

By- Simon Davies , http://www.privacysurgeon.org/ Corporate governance, Future issues, Online privacy, Privacy in culture, Privacy principles, Regulatory action, Technology development  By Simon Davies The world’s second-most populous nation may be on the cusp of embracing privacy legislation. After several false starts the Indian government appears ready to… Continue Reading →

Call to Join the virtual march for land rights!

  Dear friends, On October 11th 2012, the Indian people‘s movement Jan Satyagraha (Sanskrit meaning “peaceful soul force”), secured far-reaching promises from the Indian government for desperately needed land reform to help the poor and marginalised, but only after 50 000 people had… Continue Reading →

Labour MP John McDonnell urges India to end the #deathpenalty #humanrights

ELIZABETH BARRETT , TIM SCULTHORPE THURSDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2013, The Independent The British Government should use “every mechanism of communication” to urge India to end the death penalty, a Labour MP has said. John McDonnell said Britain was “uniquely placed” with its… Continue Reading →

A Nuclear-Free Future is Our Common Dream: Letter from the Japanese Activists Deported from India #mustshare

To our friends who struggle for nuclear free future,   A Historic movement is underway in Tamil Nadu State against Koodankulam nuclear power station. People across the world are moved by the resistance and want to express solidarity We tried… Continue Reading →

India should accept UN recommendation to repeal AFSPA: Human Rights Watch

NEW YORK: A leading human rights group today asked India to repeal the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, impose a moratorium on the death penalty and accept other recommendations of UN member states to address the country’s “most serious human rights… Continue Reading →

Raise your voice against Internet Censorship #FOE #FOS

Information Technology Act , 2011 has put your freedom of speech in danger. Intermediary sites like Facebook and Blogger are now compelled to delete your account on any single complaint Indian Government wants to control your most powerful weapon, the… Continue Reading →

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