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May 27, 2017
Naval cadet Gudeppa Sooraj's suicide note names two senior cadets of INA, Navy orders probeThe details of the suicide note, said to be written by Naval cadet Gudeppa Sooraj who was found dead inside the Indian Naval Academy (INA) in Kannur, Kerala is now being revealed for the first time by his brother Gudeppa Sanoj.
May 16, 2017
Kashmir human shield: No clean chit to army major, but Farooq Ahmad Dar has lost faith in the systemFarooq Ahmad Dar, the shawl-weaver, who was tied to the front bumper of a military jeep by an army major in the Beerwah area of Budgam in central Kashmir, said on Monday he expected little from any institution
May 03, 2017
Sex change surgery performed in Kerala: Complaint against govt hospital alleging lapse in protocolThe first sex reassignment surgery in Kerala performed at Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College Hospital in January this year had raised hopes among transgenders, but it has turned out to be a nightmare for the person who underwent the surgery.
Apr 29, 2017
UP minister says triple talaq is misused to satisfy lust, draws ire of Muslim leadersUP cabinet minister Swami Prasad Maurya has kicked up a controversy with his remarks that triple talaq is being misused by men to satisfy their "lust".
Nov 02, 2016
SIMI operatives' jailbreak: MP human rights commission to probe into security lapsesThe Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission (MPHRC) will conduct a probe into the circumstances surrounding the jailbreak, the lapses that led to the escape of prisoners which also caused the death of a jail security guard.
Mar 11, 2016
No plan to make human rights impact assessment compulsory for companies: Jaitley tells Lok SabhaThe government on Friday said there is no proposal to make human rights impact assessment mandatory for companies and NHRC can make recommendations to authorities concerned of central and state governments in case of proven violation of human rights.
Nov 02, 2015
Bullets, gold dust and illegal miners: Gang wars erupt over abandoned mines in South AfricaArray
Jul 23, 2015
UN official resigns amid scandal over sex abuse reportA top UN official who was allegedly informed of a sex abuse scandal before it became public is resigning, a spokeswoman for the United Nations said on Wednesday.
Mar 03, 2015
Maldives unrest: PM Narendra Modi's visit to island nation under shadowPrime Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit to Maldives on 15 March is under shadow due to the ongoing political situation in the island nation following the arrest of former President Mohamed Nasheed last week.
Aug 22, 2014
Aus immigration minister defends detention of child asylum-seekersPM Tony Abbott won an election after campaigning heavily on tough immigration policies, which have been criticised internationally but remain popular with voters.