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HRD ministry dictat on limiting sex education violates children's Fundamental Right to Life

HRD ministry diktat on limiting sex education violates childre...

The HRD Ministry has violated international law and the Fundamental Right to Life of Indian children, guaranteed by the Constitution of India, with its diktat on limiting sex education among adolescent children in India, writes Ajay Singh The post HRD ... First, 2 days ago

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Plea in SC seeks action against fringe elements

Destruction of properties led to infringement of fundamental rights to life and movement, says petitioner
 The Hindu1 month ago SC tells govt to reduce number of prisoners  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

State has no excuse: legal expert

The State government may have infringed upon the fundamental rights of PDS beneficiaries by making public their personal details. According to Supreme Court Lawyer Kaleeswaram Raj, though India does not have a law for data protection and privacy, ...
 The Hindu3 days ago
India Today

Privacy for married woman is fundamental right, can't be dubbed as cruelty towards husband: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court, however, held that the demand for privacy by the wife cannot be termed as cruelty. Picture for representation Highlights Demand for privacy by a married woman cannot be dubbed as cruelty towards husband In 2003 a ...
 India Today1 week ago

HC echoes earlier order: RTI not integral to right to life

Referring to the opinion of a coordinate bench on the matter, the Bombay high court recently dismissed a petition requesting the court to declare right to information as an integral part of the right to life and seeking video recordings of proceedings in all ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Women entitled to end pregnancy regardless of reason: HC

Endorsing the right of a woman to "lead a life of her choice", the Bombay high court has held that the scope of the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act should extend to the "mental health" of a woman and she should be "allowed to opt out of an unwanted pregnancy irrespective of the reason". A division bench of Justices VK Tahilramani and Mridula Bhatkar on Monday said, the benefits of the act must be extended to not just married women but also to those women who "stay with their partners ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

India corners Pakistan at UN Human Rights Council session

Switzerland: Stating that the fundamental reason for disturbances in Kashmir is cross-border terrorism promoted by Pakistan which is so ruthless that it doesn't shy away from using civilians and even children by putting them in harm's way, India on Monday ...
 Sify1 month ago UN Human Rights Council Unlikely to Reject Russia in This Week's Election  CNS News4 days ago Pakistan should cleanse itself of its terrorists, India tells UNHRC  catchnews.com1 month ago India at UNHRC calls upon Council to urge Pakistan to end cross-border infiltration  DNA1 month ago

Ishrat Jahan case: 'Will approach SC if fundamental rights violated'

New Delhi: With the Supreme Court set to hear petitioner Ishrat Jahan challenging the constitutional validity of the triple talaq system, senior advocate R.K. Kapoor said Friday that if the fundamental rights of any Indian citizen is violated, irrespective of ...
 Sify2 months ago SC notice to Centre, others on PIL for guidelines on raids  Deccan Herald1 month ago Supreme Court seeks reply on beef ban  Asian Age1 month ago SC refuses to consider plea of Muslim woman for custody of children  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Sweeping success: Meet the PhD student who's a garbage collector

‘Equality, fundamental rights guaranteed in the Indian Constitution are not meant for us.’ ‘One Sunil Yadav studying is pointless. I want every other Dalit to do so.’ At a time when Dalit oppression is grabbing headlines all over, 36-year-old Sunil Yadav, who works as a garbage collector for the civic body in Mumbai, is an inspiration. Speaking to Swarupa Dutt/, he chronicles his arduous journey to secure his MPhil degree, and explains why he refuses to ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Destruction of cultural heritage is an attack on people and their fundamental rights UN expert

When cultural heritage is under attack, it is also the people and their fundamental human rights that are under attack, a United Nations expert warned the UN General Assembly, issuing an urgent call to step up international action against the ...
 United Nations1 day ago
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