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How teenage Saudi 'runaway' bride won her freedom

A teenage Saudi girl, who was forced to marry a 90-year-old man, has been granted a divorce after a local human rights group intervened, a report has said.The elderly Saudi threatened to sue the......

India elected to UN rights body

India has been re-elected to the 53-member United Nations Commission on Human Rights from the Asian group for a three-year term, getting the maximum number of votes [47] in a secret ballot.Others......

'Wonder what they are trying to hide'

'The Indian government has accepted and is a party to international agreements, standards and conventions on religious freedom.''We did not force it on them. We are not trying to impose something......

Indian government denies visa to US religious commission

India has denied visa to members of an American commission on religious freedom who wanted to discuss and assess the "deteriorating" religious freedom conditions in the country, the head of the......

From snowmen to Viber: Bizarre bans in Saudi Arabia

Women behind the wheel, movie theaters and now snowmen! Everyday things in the outside world are prohibited in Saudi Arabia’s incredibly conservative society. Rediff.com compiles a list......

What makes a great manager

Why are grizzly bear cubs trained for two years to hook salmon? Why did the Arab bond all day with a ferocious falcon? Did you know that blue tits live as couples until they have reared their......

'Defeat hate, celebrate unity'

From ads to award-winning documentaries, US-based director Rahul Dholakia has come a long way. His critically acclaimed film Parzania has generated a lot of buzz. Based on a true story, the English......
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Visually impaired professor to light way forward on UN d...

New York, Dec 3 (Just Earth News): Of the world's 7.4 billion people, some 15 per cent or one billion are said to have some form of disability.... ...

http://www.indiablooms.com/ibns_new/world-details/F/9523/feature-visually-impaired-professor-to-light-way-forward-on-un-disability-agenda.html
Gopalkrishna Gandhi (IANS Interview)

Delhi,National,Immigration/Law/Rights,Art/Culture/Books, Thu, 01 Dec 2016 IANS New Delhi, Dec 1 (IANS) One hundred and forty of 195 countries... ...

http://www.newstrackindia.com/newsdetails/2016/12/01/211--World-is-moving-towards-abolition-of-death-penalty-Gopalkrishna-Gandhi-IANS-Interview-.html
Human Rights Watch And FIFA Test Middle East Fallout Of Trump's Election

Human Rights Watch (HRW), in an initial probing of the impact of the rise of US President-elect Donald J. Trump, has asked the United Nations... ...

http://soccersouls.com/2016/11/22/human-rights-watch-and-fifa-test-middle-east-fallout-of-trumps-election/
News in Numbers | Banks lower deposit rates by 5-100 basis points

In other news, Swiggy, food delivery start-up, posted Rs137.18 crore loses in 2015-16 789,000 barrels per day What is it? India's oil imports from... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Industry/F5Y8TJd90ZfYsIAOqfwEuM/News-in-Numbers--Banks-lower-deposit-rates-by-5100-basis-p.html
Delhi awaits Aziz visit confirmation

Sartaj Aziz New Delhi, Nov. 17: India is yet to receive any formal confirmation from Pakistan over its participation in the Heart of Asia... ...

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1161118/jsp/foreign/story_119888.jsp

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