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Report: Human rights lawyers in China beaten, arrested

Lawyers who defend human rights activists and dissidents targeted by China's communist government have increasingly themselves become subject to political prosecutions, violence and other means of suppression, according to a report released today. The Network ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Interpol's new project targets African-Asian wildlife crime link

Kathmandu, Jan 20 (IANS) A new project to identify and dismantle the organised crime networks making billions of dollars in illicit profits behind wildlife trafficking between Africa and Asia has been launched by Interpol. The decision was taken in Kathmandu ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Why we must all read this Tharoor speech

'I can tell you, Mr Chairman, from personal experience that there is nothing sadder than witnessing a close one, a loved one with mental illness at close quarters.' 'I have lived with a victim of mental illness. Like many in that condition, very often such people are in a state of denial.''The National Crime Records Bureau has calculated in 2014 that at least 15 suicides take place in India every hour.''That is too many.' 'These 15 instances in every 60 minutes is our collective failure to ...
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As the European Union celebrates 60 years, can Asia use it as a model for economic integration?

On 25 March 2017, the European Union’s heads of state and government will meet in Rome to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the European project . The date marks the signing of the Treaties of Rome , which established the foundations of European ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago

As US closes borders, thousands of Haitian refugees trapped in Mexico lose hope

A United States federal court has blocked President Donald Trump’s January 27 executive order barring citizens from seven majority Muslim countries from entering the US, but the impacts of the travel ban are already being felt at the nation’s ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
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Should forest guards be allowed to shoot poachers at sight? Experts are split

Barely days after the BBC documentary Killing for Conservation sparked a controversy by portraying of the forest officials of Kaziranga National Park in Assam as trigger-happy killers, a similar controversy has led to the ouster of Corbett National Park ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
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UK names Cressida Dick as London's first female police chief in 188-year history

Britain has appointed experienced counter-terrorism officer Cressida Dick, best known for heading an operation which led to the killing of an innocent Brazilian, as the first woman to head London's police force in its 188-year history. Dick, 56, becomes the ...
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Ethno-political rivalries bringing Karachi to boiling point, says Crisis Group

[Belgium], Feb.17 (ANI): The International Crisis Group (ICG) has said in a recent research that decades of neglect and mismanagement have turned Karachi, Pakistan's financial capital, and the country's largest and wealthiest city, into a pressure cooker. The ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Gender equality: On hold, forever?

At two ends of India, in recent weeks, gender inclusivity has been a part of recent events— sometimes the provocation, sometimes evoked in other contexts. In neither Tamil Nadu nor Nagaland is it possible to regard the issues raised in isolation of ...
 DNA1 month ago

Trump's choice: The importance of being Ajit Pai

The new chief of America's Federal Communications Commission is not a fan of net neutrality.So what's his vision of communications and digital policy in these times?We find out... IMAGE: Ajit Pai at a Federal Communications Commission Net Neutrality hearing in Washington in February 2015. He was then an FCC Commissioner. Photograph: Yuri Gripas/Reuters When the time came for United States President Donald Trump to name the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, FCC, the choice was ...
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