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Press Release – Unending Spiral of Violence: Darbha

PEOPLE’S UNION FOR DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS PRESS RELEASE 31st May 2013 Unending Spiral of Violence: Darbha The People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) notes with concern the sad loss of 30 lives in the Maoist attack on the “Parivartan Rally” of Congress… Continue Reading →

#India – Custodial Torture – Tailor, Farmer, Bootlegger, and many young men #mustread

The Hell Of Living Souls A tailor. A farmer. A bootlegger. Often just young men going about their day. brutally tortured, then acquitted. G Vishnu captures the impunity with which this happens. And why society needs to react G VISHNU , Tehelka… Continue Reading →

Supreme Court of India directs registration of over 75,000 cases of missing children

May 21, 2013, New Delhi: The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India issued landmark directions for the protection of missing children and other child victims of crimes in the country. In a petition filed by Bachpan Bachan Andolan (BBA) on the issue of missing children… Continue Reading →

The Supreme Quash Court of India Dr. Surendra Gadekar A well-known Indian anti-nuclear activist and physicist, Gadekar lives in the remote tribal village of Vedchhi near the Kakrapar atomic power plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat. There, with his wife, a physician, he… Continue Reading →

Access to Medicines in Rajasthan, after Novartis Ruling

In the backdrop of the Supreme Court judgment against Novartis trying to seek patent on its anticancer drug Gleevec used for treatment of CML and the granting of license to pharmaceutical company Natco by the Controller General of Patents India… Continue Reading →

Paid news pandemic undermines democracy

May 10, 2013 P. Sainath, The Hindu Top civil society bodies are challenging the government’s ‘counter-affidavit’ in the Paid News case which seeks to gut the Election Commission’s powers In a major twist to the Ashok Chavan vs. Madhav Kinhalkar legal battle… Continue Reading →

Koodankulam:A Court in the Supreme Contempt of its People

  The Supreme Court’s verdict on Koodankulam rests on three hugely contested premises: the judges’ belief in the necessity of the nuclear energy for India’s progress, their faith in the country’s nuclear establishment to perform its role, and the judges’… Continue Reading →

Gujarat – Contours of a conspiracy

Frontline May, 2013 A protest petition filed by Zakia Jafri weaves together evidence, from contemporaneous phone and police control room records, pointing to the role of the powers that be in manipulating the Godhra incident to plan the violence against… Continue Reading →

Letter to President of India- Protect Rights of Indigenous People or Shoot all of them

Posted on May 1, 2013 by Gladson Dungdung Jharkhand Human Rights Movement C/o-Mr. Suleman Odeya, Near Don Bosci ITC Gate, Khorha Toli, Kokar, Ranchi -834001. 0651-3242752 Email: Ref: JHRM/PI/2013/01 Date: 01/05/2013 To, His Excellency, Sri Pranab Mukherjee, President of India, Rashtrapati Bhavan,… Continue Reading →

Why I-T returns of Pawar, Jindal and Gandhi are exempted from #RT ?

      VINITA DESHMUKH ,| 24/04/2013    Income Tax authorities have denied information about I-T returns of 22 MPs, including Sharad Pawar, Naveen Jindal, Maneka Gandhi, Sachin Pilot, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Beni Prasad Verma, Ajit Singh and Lalu Prasad… Continue Reading →

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