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Dr Ashok Khemka: The ‘unsung’ hero

   DEBASHIS BASU | 04/02/2014 04:39 PM |    Here is the introductory speech by Debashis Basu about Dr Ashok Khemka, the Secretary to Haryana government. Dr Khemka addressed an august audience at Moneylife Foundation’s 4th Anniversary last week in Mumbai I have the honour… Continue Reading →

2013- A New Year Wishlist # Humor

    My New Year Wish List For 2013 By Satya Sagar 30 December, 2012 Countercurrents.org Here are some things I fervently wish will happen in the coming year. 1. Scientists find a way to render in an instant every… Continue Reading →

#India- Here is why section #66A does not ‘protect’ women #FOE #Censorship

by Danish Raza , FIRSTPOST Dec 12, 2012 One of the arguments Union Minister for Communication, Information and Technology, Kapil Sibal, often gives to justify Section 66A of the Information Technology (IT) Act is that it is an essential tool in fighting… Continue Reading →

Khap panchayats oppose marriage in same gotra to control landholdings #Vaw #Honorkillings

Dictated by land Author(s): Richard Mahapatra, down to earth Date: Nov 30, 2012 It was a season of sons-in-law in Haryana. In October, the Congress-ruled state government scrambled to clean its records in the face of alleged undue favours to… Continue Reading →

Bangalore-Protest Against Section 66A to protect #FOE #FOS @2Dec

Cyberzens click in protest, demand review of law DEEPA KURUP, The Hindu The internet, like the real world, is a much divided space. So when a controversial leader like Bal Thackeray dies, there are condolence messages and tributes, hot discussions… Continue Reading →

People under surveillance, Privacy law for whom ?

November 5, 2012 by Ranjit Sur, sanhati.com India is probably heading for enactment of an Individual Privacy Law. On 16 October, the fourteen member committee headed by Justice(Rtd) A P Shah submitted its report to the Planning Commission, which had… Continue Reading →

#India-“Twitter Arrest”-why Indians should be afraid of IT Act’s sweeping Sec 66A

Why was an Indian man held for sending a tweet? By Prasanto K RoyTechnology writer, Ravi Srinivasan has refused to apologise for his tweet 6 November 2012, BBC news How can a virtually unknown Indian boost his Twitter following a… Continue Reading →

#India- Sibal’s Law: ‘Grossly offensive’ and of ‘menacing character’ #censorship #foe #fos

courtsey jasrajbhatti at jasrajbhatti.com November 01, 2012 10:41 IST, Rediff.com ‘Kapil Sibal has passed a law that anyone posting anything “offensive” on Twitter can be jailed for three years. That’s section 66A of the IT Act amended by United Progressive Alliance… Continue Reading →

#India- Tweets against Chidambaram’s son land man in jail #censorship #law

PRISCILLA JEBARAJ  , The Hindu The HinduA file photo of Karti Chidambaram. Photo: K. Ananthan Ravi Srinivasan faces up to three years in jail if found guilty Does a tweet on reports of corruption, sent out to 16 followers, deserve… Continue Reading →

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