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#India #Deathpenalty #Humanrights and Bhullar case

Marcia G. Yerman Writer on women’s issues, human rights, environment and culture In 2011 I wrote a story covering a demonstration to protest the impending execution of SikhProfessor Devinderpal Singh Bhullar in India. Bhullar’s mercy petition, filed in 2003, languished for eight years… Continue Reading →

#India – The Challenge of depicting slain Human Rights Lawyer Shahid Azmi’s life on film#Sundayreading

Keeping it real By ANAND HOLLA, Mumbai Mirror | Oct 20, 2013, Shahid director Hansal Mehta on the challenge of depicting slain lawyer Shahid Azmi‘s life on film and finding comfort in reality. All through the muchacclaimed film, Shahid, based on the life… Continue Reading →

#India- Here is how ,Bollywood Actor Sanjay Dutt escaped TADA #mustread

His other co-accused have all been convicted under the stringent anti-terrorist law on evidence much less damning. Ashish Khetan and Harinder Baweja unearth court records that point to Sanjay’s exact role     It was probably the most difficult moment… Continue Reading →

UK Tells Sikh Delegation It Will Ask India To Commute Bhullar’s Death Sentence

LONDON – A British foreign office minister on Tuesday told Sikhs that UK will ask India to drop the death penalty against Davinderpal Singh Bhullar. Hugo Swire — Britain’s minister for India in the foreign office — met Sikh representatives… Continue Reading →

Don’t give terror tag to innocent minority people: Supreme Court #goodnews

  26 September 2012 , By J. Venkatesan , The Hindu Police must ensure that no innocent person has the feeling of sufferance only because “my name is Khan, but I am not a terrorist,” a Bench of Justices H.L…. Continue Reading →

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