Mukundan C Menon Award 2016

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Inauguration of a New NCHRO Office in New Delhi

On 17 May 2017, Gautam Navlakha together with the activists, inaugurated the new NCHRO office, in New Delhi. Gautam Navlakha, prominent journalist and human rights activist has said We need to Unite to protect our Rights. In the wake of

Police Harassment on Human Rights Activist in Ranchi

  New Delhi, August15: National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO) demanded disciplinary action against the SP of Pakur, Jharkhand for stalking the harassing the human rights activist Swati Sinha in Ranchi. In a statement issued by the confederation, the

Muslim group refutes terror allegations against Madrassas

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Patna: “Madrassas have nothing to do with terrorism,” a religious group says in a report that also negates the allegations that Muslim seminaries in India are breeding ground for terror. The report by All India Coordination Committee for Madrassas (AICCM)

Thackeray calls Kalam a laggard

Statesman News ServiceMUMBAI, Feb. 3. — Shiv Sena chief Mr Bal Thackeray today defended his description of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam as a “dilly-dallying President”, saying he was right in making such an observation given Dr Kalam was yet to

Satan worship on the rise in Mizoram?

– By Sangzuala Hmar, India Enews ,February 01, 2007 Several incidents of burnt Bibles, vandalised churches and defiled cemeteries in Mizoram in the past year have fuelled suspicion that Satan worship is on the rise in the northeastern state. In

India not a happy nation: Survey

Agencies New Delhi, October 17: The world is not a very happy place. Researchers at Britain's University of Leicester have an interesting explanation to give, you might just be in the wrong country. According to Adrian White, an analytic social

Politics Sans Ethics Is A Catastrophe

By: Raghumani Thoudam, kanglaonline.com Comprehend that, the world was governed by emperor and empress aeons back, when there was not democracy. The emperor with his precise supremacy ruled over the subjects with the sustenance of his ministers and governors, who

International Religious Freedom Report 2006 on India by US

Released by the US Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor This report is submitted to the Congress by the Department of State in compliance with Section 102(b) of the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) of 1998. The law provides

Police tight-lipped on spy ring case

Thursday, July 6th, 2006 New Delhi – Delhi Police are refusing to divulge details about the alleged involvement of senior officials in a spy ring even as they detained a former official of the National Security Council (NSC) intelligence establishment.

SC stays trial of former Punjab minister in corruption case

Ze News, New Delhi, July 06: The Supreme Court today stayed the trial of former Punjab minister and Shiromani Akali Dal MP Rattan Singh Ajnala in a disproportionate assets case. The order came from a bench of Justice K G