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Apr 18, 2018
DCW chief Swati Maliwal must act, not fast: Delhi's depleting de-addiction centres put women at risk, fuel drug abuseSwati Maliwal also wants a high-level committee comprising the Union home minister, Delhi’s chief minister, Delhi’s Lt Governor and police commissioner and head of the Delhi Commission for Women to be set up to discuss crimes against women and that these meetings be broadcast publicly.
Mar 20, 2018
RTI activist Poipynhun Majaw, who exposed corruption in Meghalaya, found murderedHe was last seen riding a motorcycle near the East Jaintia Hills Deputy Commissioner's office in Meghalaya on Monday night.
Jan 30, 2018
Nagaland Assembly Election: Poll process will not be hampered by joint declaration, CEO Abhijit Sinha saysThe 27 February Nagaland polls will not be hampered by the joint declaration by political parties to stay away and there will be no change in the schedule, state Chief Electoral Officer Abhijit Sinha said
Nov 29, 2017
Mehbooba Mufti writes to home secy after attack on Hizbul chief's son in Tihar; family, separatists demand actionMehbooba spoke to Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba and asked him to intervene in the matter. She also assured that Shahid will not face any kind of "harassment".
Sep 12, 2017
Gurugram student murder: Heartless NGOs lend no support to parents; prefer silence against 'mighty' private schoolsSchools in India are growing insensitive towards children largely because parents have no support in their fight against mighty institutes like Gurugram's Ryan International School
Aug 06, 2017
Kashmiri security forces prying cellphones for militants lead raise privacy concern among civiliansArray
Jul 27, 2017
Kerala Police under scanner after Dalit boy's autopsy report suggests suicide was abetted by custodial tortureThe Kerala Police find itself in a tight spot but what makes it more precarious is that majority of the victims are young Dalits.
Jul 12, 2017
Terror attack on Amarnath Yatra pilgrims: High time supporters of Kashmiri radicals in India are taken to taskThe inclination towards Islamisation that gathered momentum in the 1990s always saw active participation from the separatists who in turn had the backing from Pakistan and even Indians who were favourable of this trend.
Jul 07, 2017
Centre, NSCN-IM inching closer to solution of Naga insurgency problem: interlocutor RN RaviThe Centre's interlocutor for Naga peace talks RN Ravi said the government and the NSCN-IM are inching closer to a solution to the Naga insurgency problem
Apr 04, 2017
RTI Act: Govt proposes stopping proceedings if applicant dies; proposal comes under severe criticismThe NDA government has proposed a new set of rules for processing Right to Information (RTI) applications, complaints and appeals and has sought suggestions from the public by April 15.