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Maharashtra Sadan staffer forced to eat during Ramzan fast by Shiv Sena MPs PDF Print E-mail
Fascism

23 July 2014

New Delhi: A shocking case has been reported in the power corridors of Delhi. A group of 11 Shiv Sena MPs allegedly abused and forced a Muslim catering supervisor at the Maharashtra Sadan to break his Ramzan fast and eat a chapati.

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AFSPA Protects Army For Rights Violations In The North East, No Arrests Even As People Protest PDF Print E-mail
StateViolations

23 July 2014

NEW DELHI: A decade has passed since the rape and murder of Thangjam Manorama, a victim of our great honored “Armed Forces” interminable barbarism through AFSPA. A decade has gone since girls from Manipur made headlines when they paraded naked with the banner “Indian Army Rape Us”. And this bygone decade has witnessed many similar acts of savagery by the Army and in response, only one constant action-inaction.

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Compensate girls arrested for Fb post: NHRC to Maharashtra PDF Print E-mail
StateViolations

16 July 2014

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday asked the Maharashtra government to pay Rs. 50,000 each to two girls, who, were illegally detained by the police following a facebook post after the death of Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray.

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Justice Markandey Katju's Allegations Confirmed by Ex-Law Minister PDF Print E-mail
Judiciary

23 July 2014

 

When asked about why he waited for 10 years to disclose that an allegedly corrupt judge was allowed to continue in office in the Madras High Court, Justice Markandey Katju insisted on NDTV that the "question is not why I did not make this disclosure earlier, the question is whether what I'm saying is correct or not."

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A new low in Indian politics PDF Print E-mail
Press

16 July 2014

Amit Shah was elevated to the post of BJP President today. ARIJIT SEN DNA
Rana Ayyub

Late last week, a special CBI court adjourned the bail application of Amit Shah in the Sohrabuddin and Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter cases, accepting his excuse that he was engaged in political work in New Delhi. Shah, 49, the first serving Home minister of a state to have gone behind bars in a criminal case of murder and conspiracy had a legitimate reason to skip court hearings. He was presiding and taking part in day-long meetings in Delhi with senior RSS leaders and BJP functionaries who were all set to seal his fate as the next BJP President

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