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Protecting Jarawas of Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Oneindia

Protecting Jarawas of Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Jarawas had reported 14 cases of ill treatment in the last three years and the current year. This number may be much lower than the real cases of ill treatment that the Jarawas and other native tribes on the Andaman Island face. Here are some problems that ... One India, 1 week ago
Ill-Treatment with Jarawas PIB, 1 week ago
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To book a Jarawa with a baby's murder or leave tribe alone: A&N Police's big dilemma

New Delhi: The Andaman & Nicobar Police is facing a huge dilemma. Even the Constitution of India has no clear answer for it. The force has to choose between its legal obligations and a much bigger moral obligation. If it strictly follows the ...
 IBNLive1 month ago Baby's murder might change things for India's oldest Andaman island tribe  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago To protect or to prosecute: Andaman police in dilemma over a child`s murder in protected Jarawa tribe  Zee News1 month ago A killing tests the treatment of an isolated Indian tribe  Today Online1 month ago
catchnews.com

After a Jarawa babys murder, fear clutches illicit visitors

Deep in the jungles of South Andaman, the murder of a five month old Jarawa baby has rattled everybody. Although the murder itself occurred last November, an article published in The New York Times some days ago brought the issue to centrestage putting the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Aboriginal from Andaman may face arrest for murder in first such move  Hindustan Times1 month ago Jarawa tribal from Andaman faces arrest for murder in first such case  HT Syndication1 month ago For The First Time An Endangered Jarawa From Andaman Could Be Arrested For The Murder Of A Child  Indiatimes1 month ago

Jarawas: Meet the first Indians while they are still around

By KP Narayana Kumar As a bus carrying a group of tourists speeds through a highway cutting through the forest on the outskirts of Port Blair in the Andamans, one of the passengers exults: "There they are." The passengers in the bus promptly stand ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Andamans and its tribals: Meet the first Indians while they are still around  Economic Times1 month ago

DGP inaugurates Jarawa Protection Post bldg

Shri Rajesh Malik, Director General of A & N Police today inaugurated the newly constructed Jarawa Protection Post Building at Jirkatang No. 2, the entry point of jarawa reserve area on ATR. In the inaugural function, Shri N.S. Bundela, DIGP, A & N ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago
First Post.com

Whose law is it anyway? As far as the Jarawas are concerned, there are important social, moral issues at hand

These questions will need to be resolved going into the future and their resolution must be a delicate one that takes into account a variety of interests including the right of the Jarawa to self determination. The post Whose law is it anyway? As far as the ...
 First Post.com1 month ago
Sunday Guardian Live

Book Review: Morality play: A rallying cry in the name of social justice

Jarawas have this ability to foresee a calamity by reading behavior changes in the birds, the winds and the animals. In the fictional world of We Need a Revolution, the author, Sachin Garg talks about the Jarawas, a long-ignored and oppressed ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago
The Hindu

Living on the edge of a modern world

Sachin Garg's book, We Need A Revolution, puts the spotlight on the Jarawas, recently in the news for an infant's murder The recent report about the killing of a Jarawa infant on the Andaman islands has brought into sharp focus the acute ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Sachin Garg's book ‘We Need a Revolution’ released  State Times2 months ago
Daily Mirror Sri Lanka

The doctor versus the kunu men

A man fully kitted up armed with two rubber tubes prescribes for a child, pill after pill of antibiotics. They are colourful and they just need to be swallowed. The man sometimes is called One Shot Doctor. With one shot of his drugs the sick are ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 days ago
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