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'3 have died of starvation'

Three of a family from Belehittalu near Gokarna died of starvation in a span of 15 days, says People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL). PUCL member T V Narasimhappa told DH, "Narayan (55), Subbu (52) and Venkataramana (46), sons of Nagamma Maru Mukri, died ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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Rajasthan govt ordinance shielding judges, babus a sinister attempt to abridge right of speech: PUCL

The People's Union for Civil Liberties said the Criminal Laws (Rajasthan Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 was "a sinister attempt of the Government of Rajasthan to abridge the fundamental right of speech and expression guaranteed under the Indian Constitution." ...
 India Today2 months ago PUCL condemns Raj ordinance shielding judges, babus; Kataria  Business Standard2 months ago PUCL condemns Rajasthan govt ordinance shielding judges, babus  Business Standard2 months ago

The People's Judge

The 70-year-old is so unassuming that it is reported that he has not removed the name plate in his ancestral home in Jodhpur that reads, ‘Judge, Supreme Court’. MJ Antony reports. IMAGE: International Court of Justice judge Dalveer Bhandari (right) takes an autorickshaw ride in Jaipur. Photograph: PTI Photo Six months of diplomacy by India surely succeeded in giving Justice Dalveer Bhandari, 70, a nine-year term at the International Court of Justice. But it is ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Protest against 'kala kanoon'

The Criminal Laws (Rajasthan Amendment) Bill 2017 has been passed to the select committee,but civil societies continue their protest demanding its complete withdrawal. On Wednesday, a protest rally was staged by various civil rights organizations in Jaipur in ...
 DNA2 months ago Civil rights activists continue protest against ordinance  DNA2 months ago

People should raise voice to protect freedom of expression: Amin Mattu

Media advisor to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Dinesh Amin Mattu has called upon people of all walks of life to raise their voice for protection of freedom of speech and expression as it is facing threat in recent years. Speaking at a one-day seminar on ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Aadhaar can cause the civil death of an individual: petitioners tell SC

Aadhar is akin to a “switch” in the hands of the government by which it can cause the civil death of an individual, is how senior advocate Shyam Divan described the 12-digit biometric-based unique identity programme to the Supreme Court. The SC ...
 catchnews.com15 hours ago

Aadhaar an "electronic leash" on citizens: SC told

New Delhi: Terming Aadhaar as "an electronic leash", a senior lawyer today told the Supreme Court that the government could completely destroy an individual by "switching off" the 12-digit unique identifier number. The argument was made before a five-judge ...
 Mathrubhumi10 hours ago

Bengaluru gives data safety tips to panel

A crucial consultation ahead of the framing of the countrys data protection laws witnessed animated discussions here on Saturday. Participants raised a variety of concerns. Held on the IISc campus, it discussed everything from revenge porn and human genomics ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago

Man burnt alive in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district; police arrest the accused, video of killing goes viral

In a horrific incident, a labourer from West Bengal was killed and burnt allegedly for carrying out ‘love jihad' in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district. The man who committed the horrendous crime on Dev heritage road in Rajnagar area of Rajsamand got it ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Man burns labourer alive over 'love jihad'; video goes viral  Rediff.com1 month ago Man burnt alive in Rajasthan over 'love jihad'; police arrests accused, detains 8  Sify1 month ago

Big win for Trump as US SC allows his travel ban to go into full effect

In a major victory for President Donald Trump, the United States Supreme Court has allowed his travel ban to take full effect pending appeal, for people coming from six Muslim-majority countries. As a result of the Supreme Court's ruling, Trump's travel ban, which restricts travel to the US by people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia and Chad without bona fide connections to the US, can take full effect while legal challenges proceed. The travel ban is the third version of a contentious ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Big victory for Trump; US SC allows his travel ban to go into full effect  Rediff.com1 month ago
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