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Whose law is it anyway? As far as the Jarawas are concerned, there are important social, moral issues at hand

Mar 15, 2016

Whose law is it anyway? As far as the Jarawas are concerned, there are important social, moral issues at hand

These questions will need to be resolved going into the future and their resolution must be a delicate one that takes into account a variety of interests including the right of the Jarawa to self determination. #ConnectTheDots #Freedom #Andaman and Nicobar Islands #Customs #Jarawas #tribals #Laws #Indian laws #Indian passport #Tribal Sovereignity
Shani Shingnapur controversy: Freedom of religion does not mean freedom to discriminate

Jan 28, 2016

Shani Shingnapur controversy: Freedom of religion does not mean freedom to discriminate

As the Shani Shingnapur row intensifies, feminists are reminding us that “Freedom of Religion” is not a synonym for “Freedom to Discriminate”. #Feminism #India #Religion #CriticalPoint #Freedom #Women #Maharashtra #Gender equality #Human Rights #Sabarimala #Haji Ali Dargah #Constitution #sexism #Shareworthy #Shani Shingnapur Temple
Prayer over votes: Indians value religious freedom over democratic principles, finds survey

Nov 19, 2015

Prayer over votes: Indians value religious freedom over democratic principles, finds survey

While more than eight in ten Indians consider religious freedom as very important, fewer than half deem honest elections as important, according to a survey #India #Religion #Democracy #Freedom #Survey
'Let them in': 'Happy' hit-maker Pharrell Williams dedicates his song 'Freedom' to migrants

Oct 27, 2015

'Let them in': 'Happy' hit-maker Pharrell Williams dedicates his song 'Freedom' to migrants

'Happy' hit-maker Pharrell Williams on Monday dedicated his song Freedom to refugees fleeing to Europe, hailing immigrants' contributions around the world. #BuzzPatrol #Europe #Freedom #Migrants #refugees #happy #Pharrell Williams #Shareworthy #Migrant crisis
Behaviour of Govt heading towards fascism: Poet Rajesh Joshi returns Akademi award

Oct 12, 2015

Behaviour of Govt heading towards fascism: Poet Rajesh Joshi returns Akademi award

Noted Hindi poet Rajesh Joshi announced he had returned his Sahitya Akademi award in protest against the attacks on the freedom of speech and expression in the country. #India #NewsTracker #Bhopal #protest #Freedom #News #award #rajeshjoshi #akademi
Islamic State releases 22 Christians held since February: Syria

Aug 12, 2015

Islamic State releases 22 Christians held since February: Syria

Islamic State militants on Tuesday released 22 Christians they had held captive since February, following mediation by tribal leaders, activists said. #Middle East #NewsTracker #Freedom #terror #christian #Kidnapped #islamic-state
Modi pays tribute to freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru

Mar 24, 2015

Modi pays tribute to freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday paid tributes to freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev on their death anniversary. #PM #Freedom #Modi #Bhagat Singh #Independence #revolution #Rajguru #Sukhdev
'There is a right to cause offence': British PM David Cameron doesn't agree with Pope Francis

Jan 19, 2015

'There is a right to cause offence': British PM David Cameron doesn't agree with Pope Francis

British Prime Minister David Cameron defended the right to speech that gives offense to others' religious beliefs, in a rebuttal to Pope Francis who said there should be limits. #Freedom #David Cameron #Charlie Hebdo #Pope Francis #Paris attack #right to speech
Paris attack reminds Arab cartoonists of dangers at home

Jan 09, 2015

Paris attack reminds Arab cartoonists of dangers at home

CAIRO (Reuters) - After Egyptian cartoonist Andeel took to social media to condemn the slaughter of colleagues in Paris, he received expressions of sympathy - often not for the victims but for the suspected Islamist gunmen. Some respondents on his Facebook page criticised the attack at the offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper, in which 12 people including several of France's top cartoonists were shot dead on Wednesday. But Andeel was alarmed by the level of backing for the killings at the French weekly which is known for mocking religion, including Islam #United States #India #Business #Brazil #Technology #Arabic #Paris #Freedom #Latin America #Mexico #author