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Activists question what India said at UN human rights forum

27th Session of Universal Periodic Review Working Group being ...

The 27th Session of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group is being held from 1st to 12th of May at the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva. During the session, India's National Report for the UPR-III will be reviewed today. News on Air, 1 month ago
Gunmen kill Colombia human rights activist Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Indian migrant worker dies after leaving Qatar World Cup venue

An Indian man working on a Qatar World Cup stadium where rights groups say labour abuses have occurred, died of a heart attack this month in an incident the tournament's organisers said on Thursday was not due to his working conditions.
 DNA1 month ago HRW slams 'abuse' of Russia World Cup workers  Business Standard2 weeks ago Move over Qatar, workers exploited at Russia's WC venues  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Qatar's unifying World Cup vision erodes as nations cut ties  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

We want equal opportunities as per constitution: Rights

A group of activists working for the welfare of Muslims, especially women, have said that apart from triple talaq there are several other serious issues concerning the community that need to be addressed on a priority basis. Activists from different advocacy ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

India working with China allies on NSG: Sushma Swaraj

While China on Monday said India's bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) had become "more complicated" — thereby almost indicating an end to the Narendra Modi-led government's campaign to seek membership of this elite group — External ...
 DNA3 weeks ago UPDATE 2-China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory  Sify1 day ago UPDATE 3-China accuses Indian border guards of crossing into its territory  Sify1 day ago

Uzbek experts in India to study about Babar's contribution

At a time when questions are being raised by Hindu right wing groups on the contribution of Mughal rulers to India, experts from Uzbekistan, Babur's birthplace, are here to study about him and the era to trace the historical links between the two countries. A ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

The man who scripted Aizawl's fairytale success

'The Mizos are very hard-working people.' 'The players give 100 per cent in practice and on the field.' 'Right from the first minute to the 90th minute, they give their all.' 'They are united as a community and it is in their culture to help each other.' 'When these qualities are reflected on a football field. it makes for a great team element.' IMAGE: Aizawl FC Coach Khalid Jamil celebrates after winning the I-League. Photographs: AIFF Media Dreams come true. Yes, they do! Ask Khalid Jamil, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

3 men thrashed for transporting buffaloes in Delhi

Three men were roughed up last night in posh South Delhi, allegedly by activists of an animal rights group. The police are questioning the men, who were transporting buffaloes from Gurgaon to Ghazipur mandi for slaughter. A case has been filed against the men for inhumane treatment of the animals. "The buffaloes were in bad shape," an officer said.Admitting that the men sustained minor injuries, a police officer said they got treatment at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Kerala government has taken right steps in Jishnu case: Karat

CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat today alleged that a group of people and politicians were trying to "attack" the party-led government over the death of Jishnu, an engineering student who reportedly committed suicide. "A group of people and politicians are trying ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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No one has right to take law into hands: Sanjeev Baliyan on Alwar lynching

Reacting sharply to the Alwar lynching case, in which five men were assaulted by a group of cow vigilantes leading to the death of a Muslim man, Union Minister Sanjeev Baliyan on Friday said that people shouldn't take the law into their own hands."No one has ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Why is child's welfare the domain of woman alone: Dads to PM

A group of fathers has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to delink the rights and welfare of children from the ministry of women and child development. A memorandum sent to the Prime Minister's Office on June 16 was signed by 300 people, mostly fathers who ...
 Business Standard5 days ago
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