Rights activists, leaders of mass movements and tribal leaders warned the State government against implicating 'innocent' people in false cases. Activists under the banner of Campaign Against Fabricated Cases (CAFC), Odisha took out a rally and ... The Hindu, 21 hours ago
STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar, 9 July The Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) directed Kandhamal district administration to inquire into the alleged molestation of a girl student in a Sevashram (residential school meant for SC and ST ...The Statesman, 2 weeks ago
Activists allege police acting in vindictive manner STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar, 7 July Even as police arrested as many as 26 persons separately for their alleged involvement in violence in Titlagarh town following an alleged ...The Statesman, 3 weeks ago Titlagarh police under fire after youth alleges torture The Statesman, 4 weeks ago
BHUBANESWAR: The fear of police prevented an injured Basanta Pradhan from going to doctors for treatment after his release from custody, leading to his death, Bilal Mohammad, a youth, told the media at Titlagarh on Monday. Police had also picked ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
BHUBANESWAR: Over 76% of the total 14,000 prisoners in Odisha jails are undertrials, information obtained using RTI Act reveals. Human rights campaigners feel the ratio of undertrials to convicts in jails shows too many innocent people are suffering ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago
Post being used to rehabilitate former bureaucrats loyal to govt of day STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar, 26 June The high-level selection committee's recommendation for Mr Bijay Kumar Patnaik as the member of State Human Rights ...The Statesman, 1 month ago
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