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Six people die in custody each day in India, Gujarat tops the list in between 2017-20

By Ev Richard On May 9, 2022 Amid furore over the custodial death in Chennai emerged another similar incident – this time from Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, where a youth suspected of jewellery theft died in police custody. Such horrible… Continue Reading →

31 Years After Enforced Disappearance Killing of A Sikh Youth, Cops Sentenced to 10 Years Imprisonment for Abduction

February 3, 2022 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau Chandigarh: A special CBI Court of Harinder K. Sidhu on 31st of January 2022 convicted former Inspector Major Singh, then SHO of police station Sadar, Tarn Taran for the kidnapping, abduction, illegal… Continue Reading →

UAPA case against ex-journalist Prashant Rahi falls apart, acquitted after 14 years

‘The wrong person had to spend a banvaas of 14 years on a wrong charge.’Jyoti Punwani reports. In December 2007, the Uttarakhand police charged former journalist and activist Prashant Rahi with sedition, waging war against the State, conspiracy, and for… Continue Reading →

‘Please Hospitalise Him’: Prof GN Saibaba’s Wife, As He Tests COVID +Ve in Jail

Saibaba, who has over 90% physical disabilities, had tested positive for COVID-19 in February last year as well 11 Jan 2022, i Former Delhi University professor GN Saibaba, serving a life term in Nagpur Central Jail for his alleged connection with… Continue Reading →

Sudha Bharadwaj: The prison life of adivasi woman activist

Soutik Biswas India correspondent After three years in prison, one of India’s best-known activists is trying to set up home in a new city and find work. Bail conditions prohibit Sudha Bharadwaj from leaving Mumbai until the end of a… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon accused and their counsel write to SC’s Pegasus technical committee alleging snooping

ON January 3, the Supreme Court-appointed Technical Committee (TC) to investigate the snooping allegations using Pegasus spyware had issued a public notice urging citizens to contact it if they felt that their mobile device had been infected. The public notice required the… Continue Reading →

URGENT APPEAL – Join Post Card Campaign for Adivasi human rights and enviornmental activist Hidme Markam #FreeHidmeNow #mustshare

Adivasi human rights defender and environmental activist Hidme Markam has been unjustly lodged in Jagdalpur Central Jail, Chhattisgarh since 9th March, 2021. It would soon be a year of her arbitrary incarceration, without even bail being granted.  As a mark of… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case -Activist Rona Wilson’s phone infected with Pegasus spyware

Elgar Case Accused’s Phone Infected With Pegasus Spyware, Forensic Analysis Show Digital forensics firm Arsenal Consulting said Rona Wilson’s Apple phone was not just selected for surveillance by a client of Israel’s NSO Group but was also successfully compromised on… Continue Reading →

JNU Student Sharjeel Imam granted bail by Delhi court in sedition case

Sharjeel Imam will, however, remain in jail as he is accused in three other cases related to violence in Delhi. December 09, 2021 7:12 pm Sharjeel Imam is also accused of being the “masterminds” of the 2020 Delhi riots. (File)New… Continue Reading →

How a terrorism law in India is being used to silence Modi’s critics

The BJP government is exploiting a terrorism prevention law to intimidate dissenters from lawyers, journalists, priests, poets to Kashmiri civilians Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Delhi and Aakash Hassan in SrinagarFri 10 Dec 2021 05.00 GMT Khurram Parvez was a teenager when his… Continue Reading →

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