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Ways to reduce human-leopard conflicts

Unlike tigers that prefer forest areas free from human and cattle populations, the Indian leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) has adapted to human dominated landscapes. Its preferred prey animals like hare, wild pigs and deer have diminished due to habitat ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Seminar held on rights abuse in Pakistan

A seminar on "Human Rights abuses in Pakistan" was organised by the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in collaboration with Asian-Eurasian Human Rights Forum today. Several domain experts were invited to give their views on the many aspects that come under ...
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The only voices of 'India' Kashmir hears are on TV

'The bloodthirsty rhetoric of chicken-hawk TV anchors are the worst contributors to Kashmiri alienation.''If this implacable hatred is the authentic voice of India, Kashmiris argue, who can hope for peace?' asks Mihir S Sharma. Troubles in the Kashmir valley have taken a new and distressing turn -- witness the shocking murder by a mob of a member of the Jammu and Kashmir police on duty in downtown Srinagar. Deputy Superintendent of Police Mohammed Ayub Pandith was beaten to death by a mob of ...
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Neeru Chadha becomes 1st Indian woman as member of ITLOS

In a significant victory for India at the UN, international law expert Neeru Chadha has won a crucial election to a top UN judicial body that deals with disputes related to the law of the sea, becoming the first Indian woman to be appointed as a judge at the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Is the Army functioning more as a police force in J&K?

Major Gogoi might well have saved protesters' lives by opting for a human shield to force his way through the mob. But he incalculably damaged the army’s reputation, not just in Kashmir, but anywhere that video is seen, says Ajai Shukla. It testifies to the resilience of Indian public debate that four weeks after Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi, an army officer in Kashmir’s Budgam district, tied an innocent civilian to his jeep as a human shield against stone-throwing mobs, criticism ...
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Controversial constitution survives the first phase of local elections in Nepal

When the polling ended on the evening of 14 May in Nepal, the Election Commission and the Human Rights Commission concluded that the first phase of local body election has been held ‘relatively’ peacefully. Relatively, however, is a loaded term.
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Last resort: India moved ICJ because of imminent threat to Jadhav's life

The Ministry of External Affairs says the Government of India carefully deliberated the idea to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, The Netherlands, on Pakistan's death sentence to Kulbhushan Jadhav. The MEA says it decided to go ...
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CPEC, Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistani economy.

[United Kingdom], May 9 (ANI): CPEC is, no doubt, a big project with many dimensions and many targets. It is hailed as a 'game changer'. However, debate still goes on in Pakistan and around the globe, in whose favour the game will change, as a weak partner in ...
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