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CPEC violates rights of Gilgit residents, says Hague Centre fo...

[Belgium], Oct.17 (ANI): Europe's leading think tanks have declared that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor or CPEC is violating the human rights of the people of Gilgit-Baltistan, a disputed territory over which the highway passes, and its construction is ... Sify, 4 days ago

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Rights lawyer wins 'Alternative Nobel'

Hours after receiving news that he won the Right Livelihood Award 2017 — also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize — Mumbai-born senior advocate Colin Gonsalves, founder of the Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), was back at work, nose to the ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Indian lawyer wins prestigious Swedish rights award

Colin Gonsalves, a senior Indian advocate was today selected for a prestigious rights award in Sweden for his innovative use of public interest litigation in securing fundamental human rights for India's most marginalised and vulnerable citizens.Gonsalves, a ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Right to privacy verdict: What the judges said

The Supreme Court on Thursday declared right to privacy a Fundamental Right, a far-reaching verdict that could impact a range of life choices of Indians, including food habits and sexual orientation. Here’s what the individual judges said in the verdict. Justice A M Sapre: Right to privacy comes with birth, goes with death The right to privacy of an individual is a natural, cherished, inseparable and inalienable right which is born with a human being and extinguishes with it, Justice ...
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'We are in kalyug where rakshasas rule'

'The forces of good are on the run.''But dark times also challenge people to fight.''I believe Indians will rise against these dark times.' Even as he was fighting against the deportation of Rohingya refugees in the Supreme Court came the announcement that Colin Gonsalves, founder of the Human Rights Law Network, had been named one of the four winners of this year's Right Livelihood Award, often described as the Alternative Nobel Prize. The distinguished lawyer spoke to Jyoti Punwani about his ...
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No Vasectomy Raj in the State

I am still guilty that I killed my wife. She was a very brave and a wise lady. Considering our financial status we both mutually decided that she will go for sterilisation. To save money she forced me to opt for a government camp. During the procedure, she ...
 DNA6 days ago
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Meet India's 'barefoot' lawyers!

Geetanjali Krishna looks at how one organisation’s unique idea is helping marginalised communities to gain legal access. IMAGE: Namati trains selected local stakeholders to become ‘barefoot lawyers’ who can understand, use and shape the laws that affect them. Photograph: Kind courtesy Namati In the relentless march towards development, disempowered tribal people, fishermen and forest dwellers often find their homes and livelihoods endangered by industries, ports, roads ...
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FULL TEXT of Sushma's address at UNGA

'We are completely engaged in fighting poverty; alas, our neighbour Pakistan seems only engaged in fighting us.''A country that has been the world’s greatest exporter of havoc, death and inhumanity became a champion of hypocrisy by preaching about humanity and Human Rights from this podium.''I would like today to tell Pakistan’s politicians just this much, ask them that have they ever thought that India and Pakistan became free within hours of each other. Why is it that today India ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Rohingya crisis dents Myanmar hopes of Western investment boom

By Yimou Lee and Marius Zaharia YANGON/HONG KONG (Reuters) - When officials from Myanmar's commercial capital Yangon toured six European countries in June, they were hoping to drum up investment in transport, energy and education. Instead, they were bombarded ...
 Sify4 weeks ago
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Don't misread Supreme Court order, Aadhaar not a must

The DoT is wrongly asking subscribers to link their mobile numbers to Aadhaar in order to keep them active.Under no situation can the ministry of communications establish that the two-judge bench's order will prevail over the five-judge Constitution Bench's order, says Gopal Krishna. A recent newspaper report misrepresented an observation made by the Supreme Court in an order by a two-judge bench (external link) delivered on February 6. The report appeared to be a part of the barrage of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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