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NHRC issues showcause notice to Odisha in scribe assault case

NHRC issues showcause notice to Odisha in scribe assault case

29 Jul 2014

Cuttack: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a showcause notice to Odisha Government asking why monetary relief of Rs 25,000 would not be recommended to be paid to a Bhubaneswar-based journalist, who was unlawfully assaulted by police.

National Human Rights Commission,   NHRC,   Subhakanta Padhihary,   Protection of Human Rights Act of 1993,   scribe assault case ,  
World's maximum child labourers in India: Report

World's maximum child labourers in India: Report

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India has 10.1 million child labourers in the 5-14 age group, the most in the world, a study revealed here on Wednesday.

Delhi working children,   NGO,   Child Rights and You,   CRY,   World's maximum child labourers,  
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,   ,  
Swiss nationals held in Kerala for alleged Maoist links

Swiss nationals held in Kerala for alleged Maoist links

30 Jul 2014

Kannur: The Kerala Police detained two nationals from Switzerland for their alleged links with the Maoist outfits in India.

Switzerland,   Maoist links,   Maoist outfits,   Maoist activist,   Swiss nationals,   Kerala,  
Simple blood test may even predict suicide

Simple blood test may even predict suicide

30 Jul 2014

Washington: A simple blood test can soon reliably predict a person's risk of attempting suicide, significant research reveals. This may be possible because researchers at Johns Hopkins University have discovered a chemical alteration in a single human gene linked to stress reactions.

blood test,   risk of attempting suicide,   human gene,   stress reactions,   suicide attempts,  
Salman's Eid pledge: To help 100 kids with heart condition

Salman's Eid pledge: To help 100 kids with heart condition

29 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has announced that his Being Human (BH) charitable organization will help ‘100 genuine patients’ suffering from heart condition by providing them free treatment.

Salman's Eid pledge,   Salman Khan,   Being Human,   Kick,   Facebook,   twitter,  
Trees saving more than 850 <strong>human</strong> lives per year in US

Trees saving more than 850 human lives per year in US

28 Jul 2014

Washington: Trees are saving more than 850 human lives a year and preventing 670,000 incidences of acute respiratory symptoms in the US, a new study has found.

US,   trees,   air pollution,   researchers,   US Forest Service's Northern Research Station,   Dave Nowak,   Davy Institute,  
It is government's job to protect <strong>rights</strong> of gays: Dr Vardhan

It is government's job to protect rights of gays: Dr Vardhan

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday batted for ‘human rights’ of gays and said it was the government's job to protect their rights.

Dr Harsh Vardhan,   gay rights,   Union Health Minister. Government job,   human rights,  
Oldest evidence of <strong>human</strong> brain damage found

Oldest evidence of human brain damage found

26 Jul 2014

London: Anthropologists have unearthed a 100,000-year-old skeleton of a child in Israel who may have died because of a brain injury - the oldest evidence of brain damage in a modern human.

brain injuries,   brain damage ,   human brain ,   Qafzeh in Galilee,   University of Bordeaux ,  
Muthalik, <strong>activist</strong> won't be allowed to disturb peace: Parrikar

Muthalik, activist won't be allowed to disturb peace: Parrikar

23 Jul 2014

Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday assured that Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik and human rights activist Cedric Prakash will not be allowed to disturb peace in the state.

Manohar Parrikar,   Pramod Muthalik,   Cedric Prakash,   Jesuit centre,   Narendra Modi,  

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