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Civil societies harp on citizens' inputs in Goa Police Bill

Civil societies harp on citizens' inputs in Goa Police Bill

22 Aug 2014

Panaji: Members of various civil societies in Goa on Friday demanded that reforms in the proposed Goa Police Bill need to be discussed at grassroot level including in Gram Sabhas and municipal meetings.

Civil societies harp,   Goa Police Bill,   Gram Sabhas,   Council for Social Justice and Peace,   Citizens' Initiatives for Communal Harmony,   The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative ,  
Tamil <strong>National</strong> Alliance delegation meets Sushma Swaraj

Tamil National Alliance delegation meets Sushma Swaraj

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A delegation of Tamil National Alliance (TNA), which rules Jaffna Province of Sri Lanka, on Friday called on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and said India can play a major role in resolving the ethnic Tamil problem in the island nation.

Tamil National Alliance,   Jaffna Province,   Sri Lanka,   External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,   ,  
New Video released by IS shows dozens of Yazidis converting to Islam

New Video released by IS shows dozens of Yazidis converting to Islam

22 Aug 2014

Cairo: The Islamic State (IS) Sunni extremist organization, based in Iraq and Syria, on Thursday released a video showing dozens of members of the Yazidi minority religious community converting to Islam.

ISIS,   IS,   Iraq Militants,   International Federation for Human Rights,   Yazidi group,   James Foley,   Is Beheading,  
Boxing India to form <strong>commission</strong> to address Gujarat's suspension

Boxing India to form commission to address Gujarat's suspension

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Calling the suspended Gujarat State Amateur Boxing Association uncooperative, Boxing India (BI) on Friday said it would form a Dispute Commission to address the issues related to GSABA after the crucial September 11 elections.

Boxing India,   BI,   GSABA,   Gujarat,   AIBA ,   ID Nanavati,   boxing organisation,  
NHRC notice to Gujarat government

NHRC notice to Gujarat government

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Taking cognizance of the fact that students in a Gujarat village have to swim across a river to reach their school because there is no bridge, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Wednesday issued a notice to the state government.

National Human Rights Commission,   NHRC,   Chhota Udepur district,   Gujarat,   government of Gujarat,   ,  
Jaitley draws flak over describing Nirbhaya gang-rape case a ‘small incident’

Jaitley draws flak over describing Nirbhaya gang-rape case a ‘small incident’

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister Arun Jaitley is facing wide scale criticism from all corners over his controversial comments on Thursday in which he described the gruesome December 16 gang-rape as a ‘small incident’.

Arun Jaitley,   Nirbhaya gang-rape,   December 16 gang-rape incident,   small incident,   tourism sector,   National Commission of Women,   NCW,   Congress,  
Amnesty International hails release of Irom Sharmila

Amnesty International hails release of Irom Sharmila

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The release of Indian rights activist Irom Sharmila is a legal and moral victory following her 13 year-long hunger strike, Amnesty International India said on Tuesday.

Amnesty International,   Irom Sharmila,   Armed Forces act,   Hunger strike,   freedom of expression,   National Human Rights Commission,   Iron Lady,   Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences,   Indian activist,  
BJP urges Election <strong>Commission</strong> to postpone bypolls in flood-hit places

BJP urges Election Commission to postpone bypolls in flood-hit places

22 Aug 2014

Lucknow:  BJP requested the Election Commission to postpone by-elections to Balaha and Nighasan Assembly seats in view of the flood situation in Bahraich and Lakhimpur districts.

Election Commission,   BJP,   bypolls in flood-hit places,   Laxmi Kant Bajpai ,  
Manmohan Singh enjoys immunity as PM but not as FM: US Court

Manmohan Singh enjoys immunity as PM but not as FM: US Court

20 Aug 2014

Washington: Ruling that former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh enjoys immunity in his capacity as the head of the state, but not as the Finance Minister, a US Court has partially dismissed a human rights violation case against him filed by a US-based Sikh man and a Sikh rights group.

Prime Minister,   Manmohan Singh,   Finance Minister,   US Court,   Human rights,   Human rights violation,   Sikh rights group,  
<strong>National</strong> War Memorial to come up at India Gate complex

National War Memorial to come up at India Gate complex

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley gave the final nod to the much-delayed National War Memorial project which would be built in the India Gate complex at a proposed cost of around Rs 400 crore.

National war memorial,   India Gate,   Arun Jaitley,   Defence Minister,   army soldiers,   Kargil Vijay diwas,  

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