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No entry of <strong>human</strong> <strong>rights</strong> activists, says Omar Abdullah

No entry of human rights activists, says Omar Abdullah

14 Jun 2011

Fearing the repetition of last June’s violence in the Valley, claiming more than 100 youths, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has all set to ban the entry of human rights activist Arundhati Roy and eminent lawyer and Rajya Sabha MP Ram Jethmalani in Kashmir.

Omar Abdullah government to ban the entry of Arundhati Roy and Ram Jethmalani,   Human rights activist Arundhati Roy,   Rajya Sabha MP Ram Jethmalani,   J&K CM Omar Abdullah,   Union Home Ministry ,  
Pakistan, Global Epicentre Of Terrorism Holding Forth On <strong>Human</strong> <strong>Rights</strong>: India

Pakistan, Global Epicentre Of Terrorism Holding Forth On Human Rights: India

17 Sep 2016

Geneva: Stepping up its offensive against Pakistan on the Balochistan issue at the UN Human Rights Council, India on Friday said Pakistan is a nation that practises terrorism on its own people and the sufferings of the people of Balochistan are a telling testimony in this regard.

Pakistan,   Global Epicentre Of Terrorism,   India on Balochistan,   Human Rightsn UNA,   ,  
I wonder if <strong>Arundhati</strong> <strong>Roy</strong> is even an Indian: Anupam Kher

I wonder if Arundhati Roy is even an Indian: Anupam Kher

06 Nov 2015

New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Booker Prize-winning novelist Arundhati Roy for joining the chorus of protest against 'growing intolerance' and 'shaming' India on a global level, veteran actor Anupam Kher today said that he often wondered, taking note of her 'anti-national' speeches, if she was even an Indian.

Anupam Kher on Arundhati Roy,   Anupam Kher attacks Arundhati on award returning,   Anupam on intolerance row,   Latest Entertainment News,  
<strong>Activist</strong> arrests revive US-Cuba tensions

Activist arrests revive US-Cuba tensions

01 Jan 2015

Havana: A Cuban crackdown on dissident activists caused a new rift with the United States, the first diplomatic scuffle since this month's historic announcement of a renewal in ties.

US-Cuba,   Elizardo Sanchez,   Cuban Human Rights and National Reconciliation Committee,   Barack Obama,   Tania Bruguera,   ,  
Intolerance row: Kundan Shah, <strong>Arundhati</strong> <strong>Roy</strong> and 22 others return National Awards

Intolerance row: Kundan Shah, Arundhati Roy and 22 others return National Awards

05 Nov 2015

Mumbai: Twenty-four more names from the film fraternity including noted filmmakers Kundan Shah, Saeed Mirza and writer Arundhati Roy today returned their National Awards in support of protesting FTII students and against the growing environment of intolerance in the country.

Intolerance row,   Film makers return National Awards,   Saeed Mirza return National Award,   Kundan Shah return National Awards,   Arundhati Roy return National Award,   Latest India News ,  
Delhi High Court quashes look out circular against Greenpeace <strong>activist</strong>

Delhi High Court quashes look out circular against Greenpeace activist

12 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday set aside the look out circular issued against Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai who was offloaded from a flight to London two months back, saying her fundamental right to travel cannot be curtailed.

Delhi High Court,   Greenpeace activist,   Priya Pillai,   human rights violation,   Pillai abroad travel,  
Politicians mourn death of noted <strong>human</strong> <strong>rights</strong> <strong>activist</strong> Mukul Sinha

Politicians mourn death of noted human rights activist Mukul Sinha

13 May 2014

New Delhi: Cutting across party lines, several politicians mourned the demise of noted human rights activist and lawyer Mukul Sinha, who breathed his last at a private hospital in Ahmedabad on Monday at the age of 63.

Mukul Sinha,   Gujarat,   human rights,   Ahmedabad,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Digvijay Singh,  
US concerned over conviction of Vietnamese <strong>rights</strong> <strong>activist</strong>

US concerned over conviction of Vietnamese rights activist

19 Feb 2014

Washington: United States has expressed deep concern over Vietnam's decision to uphold the conviction of a prominent human rights lawyer to 30 months in prison for tax evasion.

US,   Vietnam,   Vietnamese rights activist,   Vietnam human rights lawyer,   Vietnamese rights activist conviction,  
Those Tried For Terror Are Fed Chicken Biryani: Shivraj Singh On SIMI Row

Those Tried For Terror Are Fed Chicken Biryani: Shivraj Singh On SIMI Row

02 Nov 2016

New Delhi: MP CM has toed the lines of public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam who, in his candid admission, accepted that the rumour about ‘Biryani’ being served to Kasab was his idea.

Chicken Biryani,   Chief Minister,   Shivraj Singh Chouhan,   Ajmal Kasab,   SIMI Men,   National Human Rights Commission,  
Protesters send Mahatma Gandhi's biography to <strong>Arundhati</strong> <strong>Roy</strong>

Protesters send Mahatma Gandhi's biography to Arundhati Roy

22 Jul 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: In novel mode of protest, members of a Gandhian forum in Kerala has sent a copy of Mahatma's autobiography "My experiments with truth" to Booker prize winning writer Arundhati Roy to condemn her derogatory comments against the Father of the Nation.

Ayyankali,   Kerala University,   Arundhati Roy,   NGO,   My experiments with truth,   ,  

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