Delhi violence: Rights activists Harsh Mander, Anjali Bhardwaj accuse Centre, AAP govt of failure to provide medical, legal help to victims
Human rights activists on Monday denounced the Centre and Delhi government alleging that they failed to provide any medical or legal help to violence-affected people in northeast Delhi. The activists, including Harsh Mander, Anjali Bhardwaj, Annie Raja, and Harjit Singh Bhatti, also criticised India's poor healthcare system, saying that "there's no hospital near the affected areas".
'Restore Article 370, 35A in Jammu and Kashmir, withdraw army, paramilitary forces': 5-member women's group will submit demands to Amit Shah
The 5-member fact-finding team visited districts of Shopian, Pulwama and Bandipora and raised concerns over alleged human rights violations in Kashmir and demanded that Article 370 be restored
Triple talaq ordinance garners mixed response: Activists, Congress accuse BJP of treating issue like 'political football'
Under the ordinance passed by the Union Cabinet, giving instant triple talaq is illegal and void, and will attract a jail term of three years for the husband. The decision has garnered a variety of responses from across the political spectrum.
Over 1,600 women's organisations pitched for the passage of the long pending Women's Reservation Bill in the upcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament which commences on 17 July