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Eros International acquires worldwide <strong>rights</strong> of 'Rock On 2'

Eros International acquires worldwide rights of 'Rock On 2'

31 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Eros International Media Ltd has announced a new collaboration with actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar's Excel Entertainment for worldwide rights of 'Rock On 2'. Written and directed by debutant filmmaker Shujaat Saudagar, the film is the sequel to the 2008 rock musical drama 'Rock On'.

Eros International,   Rock On 2,   Farhan Akhtar,   Shraddha Kapoor,   Arjun Rampal,   upcoming Bollywood movie,   Latest Entertainment News,  
NHRC notice to Delhi government over corporal punishment in school

NHRC notice to Delhi government over corporal punishment in school

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to the Delhi Chief Secretary in a matter of alleged corporal punishment inflicted on an eight-year-boy by a teacher at a government-run school in the Shalimar Bagh area here.

NHRC notice,   Delhi government,   Corporal punishment,   National Human Rights Commission,   NHRC,   Delhi Chief Secretary,   Latest States News,  
Malala secures top marks in British school exams

Malala secures top marks in British school exams

21 Aug 2015

London:  Teenage Pakistani female education rights activist Malala Yousafzai, who survived a Taliban assassination bid in 2012 and became the youngest recipient of a Nobel peace prize, has secured high marks in UK's national school exams.

Malala,   British school exams,   Pakistan,   Female education rights activist,   Malala Yousafzai,  Latest World News,  
Nine <strong>rights</strong> activists killed in Guatemala this year

Nine rights activists killed in Guatemala this year

15 Aug 2015

Guatemala City: Nine human rights activists have been killed since the beginning of the year in Guatemala, mainly in indigenous communities opposed to infrastructure and mining projects, civil organisations have said.

human rights activists,   Guatemala,   Karim Lahidji,   activists killed,   human rights workers,   Latest World News,  
 US presses China on <strong>human</strong> <strong>rights</strong>; Beijing mentions Ferguson

US presses China on human rights; Beijing mentions Ferguson

14 Aug 2015

Washington: Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit, US has pressed hard on human rights issues including religious freedom and deteriorating situation in Tibet Autonomous Region, prompting China to fight back by referring increasing racial attacks in America.

US,   China,   human rights,   Ferguson,   Chinese President Xi Jinping,   US-China dialogue,   Latest world news ,  
HRD Minister Smriti Irani inaugurates academic session at IIM-Bodh Gaya

HRD Minister Smriti Irani inaugurates academic session at IIM-Bodh Gaya

31 Aug 2015

Patna: Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani today formally inaugurated the academic session of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) in Bodh Gaya in Bihar, officials said.

HRD Minister,   Smriti Irani,   Academic session,   IIM Bodh Gaya,   Union Human Resource Development Minister,   Indian Institute of Management,   IIM,   Latest States News ,  
 Street dog menace: NHRC sends notices to Centre, Delhi government

Street dog menace: NHRC sends notices to Centre, Delhi government

14 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Calling for a debate on the human rights versus animal rights issue, the National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to Delhi government and Union Health Ministry in the wake of a recent fatal attack on a seven-year-old boy by a pack of street dogs in the city.

Street dog,   NHRC,   Centre,   Delhi government,   Human rights,   Animal rights,   Latest Nation News,  
 Court to record Irom Sharmila's statement on October 6 in attempt to suicide case

Court to record Irom Sharmila's statement on October 6 in attempt to suicide case

12 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A Delhi court today fixed October 6 for recording the statement of Manipuri rights activist Irom Sharmila, who is facing trial for allegedly trying to commit suicide while undertaking fast-unto-death at Jantar Mantar here in 2006.

Court,   Irom Sharmila,   Manipuri rights activist,  attempt suicide case,   Jantar Mantar,   Latest States News,  
Pakistan executes 'teen killer' amid opposition from <strong>human</strong> <strong>rights</strong> groups

Pakistan executes 'teen killer' amid opposition from human rights groups

04 Aug 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan today hanged a convicted 'teen' killer after postponing his execution four times amid opposition from human rights groups which said he was a juvenile at the time of crime in 2004.

Pakistan executes,   Teen killer,   Human rights groups,   Pakistan,   Juvenile,   Executions in Pakistan,   Shafqat Hussain,   Latest World News,  
 Self-control may weaken memory

Self-control may weaken memory

28 Aug 2015

New York: Our ability to inhibit an action or override an inclination while doing another task may affect memory and attention, suggests new research.

Self control,   memory,   human brain,   Duke University,   Latest lifestyle news ,  

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