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Meeting Salma Bhatti

It has been over three years that Pakistan lost a brave Christian citizen Shahbaz Bhatti for his relentless advocacy of human rights and in particular for wanting to correct discriminatory and anti-people laws that afflicts all Pakistanis Muslim or ... The Friday Times, 3 weeks ago

Speaking for the Persecuted

Indifference about persecution is not an option. Text 0 You are calling me from paradise to hell. Paul Bhatti recalls talking with his brother, Shahbaz, who would later be murdered for his insistence on speaking out against blasphemy laws in ...
 National Review1 month ago

Speech: Sajid Javid's speech at the Union of Jewish Students' Annual Conference 2014

Department for Culture, Media & Sport and The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP Delivered on: Location Amélie House, Golders Green, London First published: 15 December 2014 Part of: Supporting vibrant and sustainable arts and culture and Arts ...
 Government UK1 week ago

A Carnival of Ideas In Words

The Lucknow Literature Carnival enamoured the literati on its very first day as captivating talks manoeuvred from progressive writers to enriching tales of Guru Dutt and SD Burman flowing into Majaz's far sighted revolutionary poetry and culminating ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Phillip Hughes: Ten fatal cricket injuries

Live: Tributes pour in First Test should go ahead as planned, says Mark Taylor Kevin Pietersen: The Phillip Hughes I knew Cricket's saddest day Leave your tributes The world is mourning the death of Phillip Hughes, a rising cricket star who died ...
 Melbourne Age3 weeks ago Ten fatal cricket injuries before Phillip Hughes died  Latrobe Valley Express3 weeks ago
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Leopards emerge only winners on sad day for cricket

KARACHI: Islamabad Leopards were the only winners in the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy National Cricket Championship on a sombre Thursday as the remaining three Gold League fixtures, involving departmental teams, ended in draws. While the sporting world was ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Designing "Gurgaonnext"

On the occasion of Children's Day, Gurgaon's leading fashion institute, Institute of Apparel Management (IAM), organised Design Fest 2014 for schoolchildren. Over a hundred students from reputed schools of Gurgaon and Delhi (such as DPS Vasant Kunj, ...
 Friday Gurgaon1 month ago

Beware the Corporate Takeover of Seed under Many Guises

Open access to science eprints TheSparc provides both scientists and the general public free open access to scientific papers that are important for the survival of people and planet ISIS Report 22/10/2014 New and existing ...
 Institute of Sciences in Society1 month ago
AINA

More Victims of Pakistan's Draconian Blasphemy Laws

By Faith McDonnell and Dr. Darara Gubo Sajjad Masih and his pregnant wife, Shama Bibi. The Islamic Republic of Pakistan appears to be vying with a few other nations (also Islamic) for the title of most egregious human rights violator in the world.
 AINA1 month ago

Five dismissed cops walk free

khuda lahora rape case Chandigarh, November 11 In a ruling that comes as a major relief for five dismissed UT constables who were in judicial custody for the past 11 months after being booked in a rape case, the court of Additional District and ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
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