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#UK- #David Cameron rejects votes for #prisoners #humanrights

  channel4 David Cameron rules out giving prisoners the vote despite the advice of his chief law officer in the face of pressure from the European court of human rights. In response to a question from Labour MP Derek Twigg, the… Continue Reading →

Stand up for people from the North-East India #mustshare

  The campaign logo itself invites and let you get into the shoe of a little brown fish, discriminated and humiliated just because she was born with a different look and color from the rest. This is the same treatment… Continue Reading →

# India- Why Independence Day is a #BlackDay15august

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   The UPA government considers Indian life worthless and dispensable by freeing Russia from liability commitment for Koodankulam reactors 1 & 2. The UPA government signs secret agreements with foreign governments and does not disclose the content to its own… Continue Reading →

Save India From Becoming A Liability-Free Nuclear Abyss: says PMANE, to the MPs

      Idinthakarai & P. O. 627 104 Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu Phone: 98656 83735; 98421 54073 koodankulam@yahoo.com pushparayan@gmail.com Members of Parliament Tamil Nadu and Kerala New Delhi Dear Sir/Madam: Greetings! We write to bring your kind attention to… Continue Reading →

Stakeholders steadfast on changes in IT Rules #Censorship

SHALINI SINGH, The Hindu  Google, Facebook absent at meeting; working group to redraft objectionable language The refusal by either companies or MPs to shed their reservations about the proposed changes in the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules, 2011, which are… Continue Reading →

No, we’re not trying to censor the Internet: Sibal #Joke

New Delhi: Government has no plan to manage content on Internet but there should be a mechanism to redress complaints of aggrieved citizens, Telecom and Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal said. He also asserted the country has the sovereign right… Continue Reading →

The great unmentionable in disability politics #mustread

      RAHILA GUPTA , 31 July 2012    “I felt there was no space for me to express grief at my son’s disability”. The grief of those who care for people with a disability is betrayal of the Cause.  Rahila… Continue Reading →

‘Sponsored’ doctors under scanner’ #Goodnews :-)

      By Express News Service – NEW DELHI 11th July 2012 10:18 AM Eleven doctors from Madhya Pradesh, who allegedly went with their families to England and Scotland, are facing a probe, with the Ministry of Health and… Continue Reading →

Super Blogger and friend Vidyut Kale gets a take-down notice for exposing corruption #stopitrules

A  Super blogger,  and a super duper  friend Vidyut Kale had written a post about the raid on the Belvedere yacht party, where she also exposed a history of financial misdealings by Lt Col (retd) Gautam Dutta and Anju Dutta… Continue Reading →

Private sector censors- If business decides what’s ‘good’ and ‘bad’ speech what will happen ?

Private sector censors If business decides what’s ‘good’ and ‘bad’ speech, it can lead to multiple interpretations and arbitrary decisions Here, There, Everywhere | Salil Tripathi, Livemint.com  In Milan Kundera’s 1967 Czech novel, Žert (The Joke), Ludvik Jahn sends a postcard to… Continue Reading →

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