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Anti-national PETA working against Tamil culture, should be banned: Stalin

Jallikattu row: 'Anti-national' PETA working against...

MK Stalin on Monday dubbed animal rights advocacy group PETA as "anti-national" and said that it was working against Tamil culture seeking a ban on the NGO. "Centre should immediately ban the international NGO PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) - ... Zee News, 1 month ago

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National Policy for Women focused on empowering women: Maneka Gandhi

The National Policy for Women, 2016 emphasises on mindset change through advocacy campaigns, multi-sectoral actions, raising awareness and community mobilisation on the ground through programmes and schemes, Minister of Women and Child Development Maneka ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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Over 100 tech start-ups urge Trump agnst H-1B executive order

Spearheaded by two advocacy groups Engine and National Venture Capital Association they urged Trump to reconsider the actions and their impact on America's economic future.
 DNA1 week ago Over 100 start-ups urge Trump against H-1B executive order  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Now, 100 tech start-ups urge Trump against H-1B executive order  Business Standard1 week ago Why Trump's immigration ban should worry Indians  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Budget hike for kids-related schemes nominal: Satyarthi, CRY

Budgetary allocations for child welfare schemes for 2017-18 may have been raised but rights advocates have termed as "disappointing" this "nominal increment" for programmes for children who account for 39 per cent of the country's population. Noting that the ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Guterres appoints Derk Segaar as Director of UN information centre in Delhi

[India], Jan.20 (ANI): United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appointed Derk Segaar of The Netherlands as Director of the United Nations Information Centre in New Delhi, covering India and the Kingdom of Bhutan. Mr. Segaar assumes his duties ...
 Sify1 month ago

Women activists take swing at institutional failure to stop child abuse

[India], Jan. 16 (ANI): Women activists across the nation on Monday lashed out at the Beed incident where a school teacher sexually abused girl students. Activist, Brinda Adige said, "The fact that the school has simply suspended the teacher just goes to show ...
 Sify1 month ago

Pacific nations lose shortwave radio services that evade dictators and warn of natural disasters

As a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck off the coast of the Solomon Islands, triggering a tsunami warning across the Pacific, many residents of the tiny country would have turned to shortwave radio for more information. The tsunami warning has since been called ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

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 ...
 DNA3 days ago

Ruchira Gupta: The icon we called 'Kiddy'

When Subir Roy met Ruchira Gupta at The Telegraph 35 years ago, she was not quite 20 and not a graduate.Today she is the indomitable founder of Apne Aap, which has touched the lives of over 21,000 women who were victims of sex trafficking. IMAGE: Ruchira Gupta, right, with actress Demi Moore at the Clinton Global Citizen Awards in New York City in 2009. Gupta was one of the Clinton Global Initiative awardees that evening. Photograph: Bobby Bank/Getty Images There was something special about ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Green activists rap govt for going easy on polluting car makers

India's proposed fuel efficiency norms have attracted sharp criticism from environmentalists, who claim the government has given a long rope to car makers at the cost of people who face the dangers of climate change. India is the world's sixth largest ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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