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A Statement of Two National Seminars on #AFSPA in Bangalore and Delhi

The Indian Parliament enacted the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act in 1958 as an interim measure with the hope of suppressing the Naga Nationalist Struggle, the only such movement in the North East at that time. It was gradually extended to other North… Continue Reading →

Invitation for Two Days National Workshop on “Occupational Safety and Health in India” @March24-25

PRASAR is working since last fourteen years on the issue of occupational and environmental health hazards. There are many challenges and institutional gaps impeding effective prevention of occupational hazards and diseases in India. Among these are the lack of adequate… Continue Reading →

Press Release- Invisible World of Domestic Workers Exposed at the Public Hearing #Vaw

Domestic Workers Demand Their Due Share and Labour Rights New Delhi, February 11 : The hand that feeds, cares for children, keeps the house clean and shining is often left unattended, uncared for and at times bruised and beaten. That’s the… Continue Reading →

A doctor walks into the heart of darkness

Oct 14, 2012 – Javed Anand, in Asian Age First, if you’ve not seen it already, go find the recent issue of a national weekly which has “The Silent Killers of Chhattisgarh” as its cover story. It’s not the story that… Continue Reading →

Unsuccessful rehabilitation of manual scavengers and their children in India

Manual scavengers and their children from various states express their feelings regarding rehabilitation Rashtriya Garima Abhiyan organized a one day “National Public Hearing on Rehabilitation of Manual Scavengers and their Children in India” at Indian Social Institute, New Delhi on… Continue Reading →

Despair can lead people to disastrous path: Dr Binayak Sen

BANGALORE – Speaking at the 6th Henry Volken Memorial lecture at Indian Social Institute in Bangalore Dr.Binayak Sen said that the weak has to develop internal strength to do politics otherwise the wide spread despair can lead people to disastrous… Continue Reading →

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