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BJP dismissed Tharoor's suggestion on rape victim name as needless diversion

Jan 01, 2013

BJP dismissed Tharoor's suggestion on rape victim name as needless diversion

"Tharoor should emphasise on passing the law at the earliest," BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain said. #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Shashi Tharoor #Shahnawaz Hussain #Delhi gangrape #Supreme Court guidelines

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BJP dismissed Tharoor's suggestion on rape victim name as needless diversion

Aug 17, 2014

The Guardian view on Irelands new abortion law: no choice at all

Irelands abortion act promised access to abortion at least in a few cases. In practice, it seems to have made no difference at all A vulnerable young woman in Ireland has been forced to give birth by caesarean section, even though she was so desperat... #Savita Halappanavar #Europe #Ireland
BJP dismissed Tharoor's suggestion on rape victim name as needless diversion

Aug 22, 2014

Workplace Domestic Violence Legal Standards Continue to Develop

On August 8, 2014, the Governor of Massachusetts signed into law a statute that, among other provisions, allows an employee of an entity having 50 or more employees to take up to 15 days of leave from work in any 12-month period due to enumerated dom... #Massachusetts #Supreme Court of the United States
BJP dismissed Tharoor's suggestion on rape victim name as needless diversion

Jul 31, 2014

SC wants gov't side in inmates' plea vs ‘prospective’ rules on good conduct

The Supreme Court has ordered Justice Secretary Leila de Lima and Interior Secretary Mar Roxas to comment on a petition by inmates at the New Bilibid Prison who are contesting the new guidelines for awarding good conduct time allowance (GCTA)... #Massachusetts #Supreme Court of the United States