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Fifth Columnist : Soldiers of a lesser god

The two videos of para-military troopers complaining of poor living and working conditions, which went viral this week on the social media, has done much to highlight a malaise that needs immediate attention. The six-lakh-strong para-military forces in India, ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago

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Poor living conditions of labourers hired by SDMC irks HC

The "pitiable" living conditions of labourers working on an SDMC project in a post south Delhi colony earned the ire of the Delhi High Court which today directed the official-in-charge of the work to be personally present on the next date of hearing. "We are ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

China's zoo shuts down over starving animals

A private zoo in Chongqing in China was ordered to suspend operations after the media reported about the poor living conditions of animals.The zoo, which housed over 20 animals including a lion, black bear and several monkeys, has attracted vitriol online ...
 Prokerala4 weeks ago

Victorias banned, rehab of men and horses still a far cry

Families who used to make a living out of driving the famed ‘Victorias’ in Mumbai struggle to make ends meet. IMAGE: In June 2015, the high court directed the Mumbai's civic body to put a complete stop on the Victorias, brining an end to the  rhythmic trots of the horses. Photograph: PTI Photo It is over a year since Mumbai’s iconic horse-driven carriages, famed as Victorias, have been banned by the Bombay high court, holding their operation as cruelty to animals.
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Asha Kiran workers raise a stink about filthy conditions

It’s not just the mentally-ill inmates of Asha Kiran who are victims of unhygienic conditions at the home. The filthy surroundings are also taking a toll on the staff members there, some of whom have been hit by diseases like tuberculosis, chickenpox, ...
 DNA1 month ago

‘PWD treating workers worse than animals’

Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva was appalled when presented with photographs of workers living over a nullah in south Delhi’s Greater Kailash-I amid rubble and waste.
 The Hindu2 months ago

Citizens remind BDA it's living in time warp

Bad roads, poorly managed water bodies, lack of coordination among civic agencies and garbage menace were the major talking points at the first public grievance meeting organised by the Bengaluru Development Authority here on Thursday. Though BDA and BBMP ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Living on the edge: are America’s deportation laws traumatising immigrants?

On February 21 2017, a man committed suicide in Mexico . The 25-year-old had recently been deported from the United States, and he threw himself off a bridge in Tijuana, Baja California, just kilometres from the US border. His case demonstrates the fearful, ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Why the doctors' strike ended as a bittersweet victory

Last week, some 4,000 doctors in Maharashtra went on strike to protest against assaults on resident doctors.After an ultimatum issued by the Bombay high court, the doctors returned to work on March 25.Dr Mrigank Warrier explains why the resident doctors' movement is far from over. IMAGE: Thousands of doctors went on strike in Maharashtra demanding security at government hospitals.Photograph: Sahil Salvi March 12, 10 pm. An accident victim, with a serious head injury, is brought to the District ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago 'But who do we blame? Who do we beat up? Doctors!'  Rediff.com3 days ago

Why a rich, orderly Himalayan state has India’s highest suicide rate

Jorethang, Sikkim: A large room in an abandoned government building has been home to Babita (not her real name), 32, her husband and three children for about three years. It is strewn with tattered furniture and personal belongings, clothes drying on the ...
 Sify6 days ago
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