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Savita's husband to move European human rights court

Praveen Halappanavar, husband of an Indian dentist who died in Ireland after she was refused termination of an unviable pregnancy, will move the European Court of Human Rights for justice as Irish......

Osama's 'right hand man in Europe' released on bail in UK

A British court on Monday ordered the release on bail of a top Islamist radical leader, who was once described as "Osama bin Laden's right hand man in Europe". Abu Qatada, the arrested radical......

EU team attends Binayak Sen's bail hearing

A delegation of European Union observers was on Monday allowed by the Chhattisgrah high court to witness proceedings on rights activist Binayak Sen's appeal against his life term in a sedition......

Sikhs to appeal against French govt's turban-ban

A forum of Sikhs is planning to challenge French Government's restrictions on wearing turbans at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg on Monday.France's highest court, the Conseil......

Magna Carta inspired Gandhi for liberty of land, says UK PM Cameron

The Magna Carta, hailed as the cornerstone of parliamentary democracy, inspired legends like Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela for liberty to their lands and people, Prime Minister David Cameron......

New legal challenge to Adani's Aus coal mine project

The Wangan and Jagalingou people, indigenous landowners, said if Adani group goes ahead with its project their vast traditional lands and ancient connection to the country would......

'Drink & drive' may now cost you Rs 15,000

Govt mulls hefty penalty and suspension of licence for traffic rule violations Are you a multitasker, trying to save time by talking on your mobile phone while driving? You might soon have to pay a......

SPECIAL: Why SC got it right on Novartis

The judgment will save taxpayers' money without hurting the pharma industry or R&D, write Achal Prabhala & Kajal Bhardwaj. In September 2007, Arun Kumar*, a serving officer in the Indian Army, was......

PM draws flak for 'indifference' to endosulfan

Noted Jurist V R Krishna Iyer criticised Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his "unfeeling indifference" to Kerala's request for a country wide ban on endosulfan, even as Left MPs held a protest in......

Bt brinjal, a step towards disaster

The government's Genetic Engineering Approval Committee has cleared the commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) brinjal (eggplant, aubergine or baingan, known variously as vanga, vangi......

NRI human rights lawyer to review Big Brother

Channel 4 has appointed non resident Indian human rights lawyer Rabinder Singh QC to join its review of the reality show Big Brother, which came under flak after Jade Goody and other housemates......

Ecclestone gives Azerbaijan the all-clear

Bernie Ecclestone. Photograph: Dan Istitene/Getty Images Formula One has no qualms about holding a grand prix in Azerbaijan next year despite concerns raised by rights activists, the sport's......

F1 chief seeks new privacy laws

Motor racing chief Max Mosley wants Europe to toughen up media privacy laws after he was awarded 60,000 pounds ($106,100) in damages because a newspaper published details of his role in a......
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In a first, India refuses to vote against Israel at UN

GENEVA: India on Friday abstained from a UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) vote for adoption of a UN Inquiry Commission report on Israel's 'Operation... ...

http://www.kashmirobserver.net/news/world-news/first-india-refuses-vote-against-israel-un
The Legalisation of Same-sex Marriage. A Blessing or Curse?

Meet the octogenarians - Jack Evans and George Harris. They have been together in love for the better of the latter half of the last century to... ...

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Transparency International says draft Hungarian law is a tax on transparency

Posted July 3rd, 2015 for in Printer-friendly versionPDF version Hungary set to severely restrict access to information with vague new law... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/transparency-international-says-draft-hungarian-law-tax-transparency
UN calls on Israel, Palestinians to prosecute Gaza war crimes

The United Nations human rights body called on Israel and the Palestinians to prosecute alleged war crimes committed in the 2014 Gaza war and to... ...

http://www.netindia123.com/netindia/showdetails.asp?id=2634081&n_date=20150703&cat=World
Colour fastness

When the imperial legislative assembly was discussing Indian civil service appointments in 1934, Sundara Sastri Satyamurti of the Congress party... ...

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