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Tribal Activist – Soni Sori’s Torture By The Chhattisgarh Police #Justice4sonisori #Vaw

This Video Testimony Of  Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine!    February 19, 2014 By Sanika Prabhu: On February 7th 2014, the Supreme Court of India, after keeping Soni Sori on interim bail for over two months on charges of being an alleged… Continue Reading →

#India – Justice sought for husband on death row

  BY LARISSA CAHUTE, VANCOUVER DESI JANUARY 23, 2014 Surrey‘s Navneet Kaur hopes her husband’s case in India, where he’s facing the death penalty, is reopened. Photograph by: Gerry Kahrmann, PNG , Vancouver Desi Navneet Kaur envisioned her marriage spent alongside a… Continue Reading →

#India – RTI can empower the disabled to get justice #mustread

VINITA DESHMUKH | 04/12/2013 11:49 AM , Moneylife.com While 3rd December is commemorated as World Disability Day, how many know that RTI could empower the disabled to know about various welfare schemes, grants, concessions and scholarships they are entitled to? While the Right to Information (RTI)… Continue Reading →

Press Release- 29th Anniversary Bhopal Gas Tragedy by BHOPAL GAS PEEDITH MAHILA UDYOG SANGHATHAN (BGPMUS)

            51, Rajender Nagar, Bhopal 462010       &       BHOPAL GAS PEEDITH SANGHARSH SAHAYOG SAMITI (BGPSSS)       C/o Delhi Science Forum, D-158, Saket, New Delhi 110017      … Continue Reading →

Press Release- PUCL on Tehelka Sexual Assault Case #Vaw

                  02.12.2013 For favour of publication   Press Statement on the Tehelka Sexual Assault Case:   The PUCL Expresses Solidarity with the struggle of the Tehelka Journalist who raised her voice against Rape… Continue Reading →

After SC rap, UP issues fresh notification on Muzaffarnagar relief

By PTI | 26 Nov, 2013, 07.34PM IST LUCKNOW: Following a Supreme Court directive, the Uttar Pradesh government today recalled its controversial notification issuing a grant of Rs 5 lakh for rehabilitation of “Muslim displaced families” in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli… Continue Reading →

#India – The ‘Uncle Judge Syndrome’ shadow over Laxmanpur Bathe

A K Biswas, Mainstream weekly “This is a court of law, young man, not a court of justice.” 1 —Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Articulating the deep sense of shock and anguish over the dalit carnage executed by Ranvir Sena at… Continue Reading →

#India – Women groups Salute fighting spirit of Itishree Pradhan, Odisha Teacher in pursuit of Justice #Vaw

Women against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS) deeply mourns the tragic death of Itishree Pradhan aged 27 who was a Sikhyak Sahayak at the Tikiri Upper Primary School of Kashipur Block in Raygada district of Odisha. Her succumbing to… Continue Reading →

#India- Bihar is getting away with Murder

Bihar Getting away with murder Sikandar Chaudhary, who lost nine members of his family in the Laxmanpur Bathe massacre, with his family on October 21. Photo:Ranjeet Kumar The acquittal of all the 26 accused in the 1997 massacre of Dalits… Continue Reading →

#India -Justice deliverance down in Chhattisgarh, RTI reveals #WTfnews

Kanker, October 29, 2013 Suvojit Bagchi The Hindu Residents of Konge in Kanker district, narrate how young boys are routinely picked up from the area by the police. Photo: Suvojit Bagchi A series of RTI queries have revealed that only 4.3 per… Continue Reading →

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