National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations, INDIA
Church body calls for anti-AFSPA meet PDF Print E-mail

8 September 2014

SHILLONG: A church body has arranged for a public meeting at the Durbar Hall of Mission Compound here on September 11 to seek repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958, which is operational particularly in Manipur and Kashmir, as an expression of solidarity with all those who are for repealing of the "draconian act".

Office Bearers PDF Print E-mail

16 September 2014
Office Bearers

  1. Prof A Marx  – Chairperson
  2. Adv. KP MuhammedShareef  – Vice Chairperson
  3. Adv. YK Shabana - Vice Chairperson
  4. Prf.P Koya  - Gen. Secrertary
  5. Reny Ayline  - Secretary
  6. Adv.Yusuf  - Secretary
  7. Narendra Mohanthy - Treasurer

National Executive Members

  1. Prof. N. Ramesh, Bangaluru
  2. Prf. N. Babayyah, Bangaluru
  3. Dr. shansul Islam, Delhi
  4. Jyothi Jagthap, Pune
  5. RK Akodia, Jaipur
  6. Ko. Sugumaran, Puducherry
  7. Tanveer, Chennai
  8. KuttyRevathi, Chennai
  9. SreenivasaRao, Hyderabad
  10. Mohamed Kakinje, Mangalore
  11. Adv.Thangasamy,Tirunalveli
  12. Adv.Karthik,Thelangana
  13. Adv.Shakeel, Hydrabad
  14. Adv.Suresh, Hydrabad
  15. Adv. SMA Jinnah Chennai
  16. Adv. Saiphan - Pune
  17. Prf. Mahesh Chandra Guru - Mysore
  18. Rumita Kundu - Bhuvaneshvar
  19. Rupali Jadhav - Pune


India violating privacy of Internet users: report PDF Print E-mail

7 September 2014

A report launched by the Software Freedom Law Centre (SFLC) titled ‘India’s Surveillance State’at the Internet Governance Forum, currently underway in Istanbul, said the Indian state is violating the privacy of its citizens through use of internet monitoring systems.

Cancer behind 70% deaths in India's atomic energy hubs PDF Print E-mail

8 September 2014

MUMBAI: Cancer caused almost 70% of the 3,887 health-related deaths in the atomic energy hubs across the country over the last 20 years, an RTI reply has revealed. In all, 2,600 succumbed to cancer in 19 centres between 1995 and 2014.

SC orders release of undertrial prisoners languishing in jails PDF Print E-mail

7 September 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday ordered release of all undertrial prisoners who have spent half of the maximum sentence prescribed for the offences they are charged with, bringing much needed relief to poor people who are languishing in jails as they are not able to pay sureties and bail bond to get out of jail.

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