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Bombay HC asks Why victims of custodial deaths in Maharashtra only from minorities

Rosy Sequeira,TNN | Aug 1, 2014, Observing that custodial deaths are occurring routinely, the high court added, “It seems to be happening only against certain persons from the minority community.” RELATED MUMBAI: The Bombay high court observed on Thursday that the victims… Continue Reading →

Cold Waves Kill Two In Muzaffarnagar, Six Children ill #WTFnews

Six children, who are living in temporary night shelter camps set up in the premise of a factory, fell ill due to cold at Parasoli village in Shamli district Muzaffarnagar, Jan 13 (PTI) : Two persons, including a woman, died due… Continue Reading →

#India – Government data of Riot Victims identifying religion #mustread

Government releases data of Sep 24, 2013, TNN[ Bharti Jain ] A document released by the home ministry said there were 479 riots in the country, including in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh, till September 15 in which 107 people lost their lives…. Continue Reading →

Role of America in Mid Day Meal Deaths in India #mustshare

Thanks for the Pesticides, America! By Evan Mascagni, Salon 11 August 13 fter eating a school lunch that was made with cooking oil tainted with the toxic pesticide monocrotophos, 23 Indian children were recently killed. While the media has highlighted… Continue Reading →

#India – Lessons from Bihar Insecticides Tragedy should not be forgotten

Agriculture Ministry, Pollution Control Board should ensure inventorization, proper disposal of obsolete pesticides and contaminated containers, says Gopal Krishna, an activist.  Gopal Krishna While it has been acknowledged that the Insecticide was responsible for the Mid Day Meal Tragedy on July… Continue Reading →

Bihar Mid Day Meal Deaths: A Report by Right to Food Case Adviser

A report by State Right to Food Advisor and His team,  Mr. Rupesh, the State Advisor of the Honorable Supreme Court’s Commissioner, Mr. Sanjay Kumar, senior researcher and Mr. Naim, a school teacher visited Dharmasati Gandaman, Saran on July 18,… Continue Reading →

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