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So Many Said So Much About Emergency Excesses. But Why is Ther...

What a surfeit of Emergency narratives weve had this past week. Not surprising, given the way those two years, 1975-77, changed the very character of Indian democracy. A generation has grown up with no personal acquaintance of that traumatic period. New Indian Express, 1 day ago

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Malta Independent Daily, 4 months ago

Emergency excesses still haunt Khalapar

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Khwaja Abdul Majid, 92, with the photo of his son, Mohammad Saleem, who was killed at the age of 19 in a police firing at Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh during a protest against forced sterilisation. Photo: ...
 The Hindu5 days ago
Counter Currents

"Shah Commission Report - Lost And Regained": The Dark History Of 'The Emergency' Republished

By 28 June, 2015 This is the 40th anniversary of Indian Emergency, or 'Indira Gandhi' dictatorship.The Emergency was declared on 25 June 1975 until its withdrawal on 21 March 1977. The order issued ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago
Palestine Chronicle

The United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza Conflict

Jun 23 2015 / 12:29 pm ( Human Rights Council Twenty-ninth session Agenda item 7 Human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories Report of the independent commission of inquiry established ...
 Palestine Chronicle1 week ago UN Independent Commission Of Inquiry On 2014 Gaza Conflict Report  Eurasia Review1 week ago
Pakistan Today

Panel to summon ROs in 2013 poll rigging case

ISLAMABAD: The inquiry commission, looking into charges of deliberate manipulation in 2013 general elections, decided on Tuesday to summon returning officers (ROs) of 12 National Assembly (NA) constituencies for cross-examination by the Pakistan ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago 12 ROs to be quizzed on extra ballots demand  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Rigging allegations: 12 ROs to be quizzed on extra ballots demand  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

No inquiry into miners' strike clash: Police will not face investigation into claims officers used 'excessive force' during Battle of Orgreave

IPCC will not look into use of 'excessive force' during Battle of Orgreave Comes two years after South Yorkshire Police referred itself to watchdog Incident saw ugly clashes during the 1980s miner's strike in Rotherham Nearly 100 miners had been ...
 Capital Bay3 weeks ago

Mystery of buried SIT reports, from Emergency to Indira assassination

The declaration of a state of Emergency in India forty years ago is a matter of debate even now. The excesses committed at that time were studied by a Special Investigation Team, of which I was a part. It is relatively easy to conduct a post mortem ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Case of buried SIT reports, from Emergency to Indira assassination  Asian Age1 week ago

Four decades of Emergency: Pipli Live through the eyes of dogged...

At a stone's throw away from the National Capital, Pipli on Delhi-Kharkhauda road could well pass on as the fabled Peepli village which provided the backdrop for Aamir Khan produced satirical film, Peepli Live. It is actually not. The village ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Times of India

Emergency wasn't just about Sanjay and his playground

By Patrick Clibbens Forty years ago this week, on the night of June 25, 1975, President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared that India was in a state of 'grave emergency'. Although the government had declared emergencies ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Inquiry to demand answers on Fiskville

A CFA firefighter trains at Fiskville. Source: News Limited KEY bosses in the CFA's Fiskville contamination scandal are on sick leave, have moved interstate, changed positions or taken long service leave. But the parliamentary inquiry into the ...
 Herald Sun3 weeks ago
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