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Pakistan's bill to protect transgenders rights is allegedly identical to India's bill
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Pakistan's bill to protect transgenders rights is allegedly id...

A Bill in Pakistan that seeks to protect the rights of transgenders apparently is an identical copy of a piece of legislation from India and also a replica of the provision of the 1973 Constitution, reports the Express Tribune. The Transgender Persons ... catchnews.com, 1 month ago

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The HIV/AIDS Bill could have been a landmark one, but for this clause

The Rajya Sabha on 22 March passed the much touted HIV/AIDS Bill which seeks to ensure equal rights to people afflicted by HIV and AIDS in getting treatment. The Bill proposes to end discrimination, denial, termination or unfair treatment with regard to ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago
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8 men as rich as half the world says Oxfam report. Is there a way to fix this stark inequality?

The gap between the super-rich and poorest half of the global population is starker than ever, according to a survey by international non-profit Oxfam. Eight men own as much wealth in this world as do 3.6 billion people - the poorest half of humanity. In ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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In 8 years of Parliament, Yogi Adityanath's most recurring debate topic: Hindu Affairs

"It is unfortunate that some opponents, communalists are trying to portray him as a rabble-rouser and fringe personality. They should go through his parliamentary debates. Those reveal his seasoned thinking on various issues of governance," union urban ...
 Sify4 days ago

Orbiting junks threaten space economy

You never see it in those lovely Nasa pictures of Earth, but the space surrounding our pale blue dot is a cosmic junkyard. Debris abounds, moving at ludicrous speeds and presenting plenty of hassles for satellite operators who do business in orbit. This ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago

AeroIndia begins with dazzling displays by aerobatic teams

A breathtaking display of thrilling manoeuvres by military aircraft and aerobatic teams left the audience spell-bound at the 11th edition of Aero India air show that started here today. The Bengaluru skies over the Yelahanka airbase were dazzled with ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

New York City Immigrant Affairs chief: I was in tears

'This is not the country certainly that my parents came to -- right? -- that they have made their home.''Many of the people who were detained for hours on end were people like my family, right?''You would never treat your own mother, never treat your own aunt, the way people were being treated.'Nisha Agarwal, commissioner of the New York mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs and the daughter of Indian immigrants, discusses Donald Trump's executive order on immigration with Rediff.com's Vaihayasi ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Analysis: Swiss vote on multinational tax perks in February referendum

By John Revill ZURICH (Reuters) - U.S. medical implant maker Zimmer Biomet's decision on a potential $40 million investment in its Swiss factory has been put on hold until the outcome of a referendum next month on tax reform. A long-standing tax break that ...
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What Jaitley's three Budgets tell us

Never before in post-reforms India have Union Budgets seen a steady reduction in fiscal deficit for five consecutive years, points out A K Bhattacharya.   Image: Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs Arun Jaitley lights the lamp at the investiture ceremony 2017 and International Customs Day 2017, organised by the Central Board of Excise and Customs in New Delhi on January 27, 2017, as Minister of State for Finance Santosh Kumar Gangwar watches on. Photograph: PIB. Finance ...
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No need for the world to fear Trump

Other countries need not be worried by Trump putting America first, says B S Raghavan.'That is what the imperative duty is of everyone heading his country's government: To put his own country first, and make it great.''That is what Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping, Theresa May, Angela Merkel, Shinzo Abe and all the democratically elected heads of governments, with the interest of their people at heart, are doing.' If US President Donald John Trump's inaugural address, delivered from the steps of the ...
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