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#AmarnathTerrorAttack – Protests in Delhi , Jaipur ,Mumbai, Srinagar #NotInMyName

JULY 12 1. Dharna to condemn terror attack on Amarnath Yatra Hindu Devotees. Azad Maidan, 4pm, 12/7, Wednesday. Javed Anand, M A Khalid, Noorjehan S Niaz, Feroze Mithiborwala, Nuruddin Naik, Furqan.     JULY 11  Kashmiri civil society groups have… Continue Reading →

#India #Deathpenalty #Humanrights and Bhullar case

Marcia G. Yerman Writer on women’s issues, human rights, environment and culture In 2011 I wrote a story covering a demonstration to protest the impending execution of SikhProfessor Devinderpal Singh Bhullar in India. Bhullar’s mercy petition, filed in 2003, languished for eight years… Continue Reading →

#India – The State Manufactures Terrorism says K P Sasi #Sundayreading

by Aditya Nigam An Interview with activist-film-maker, K.P. SASI KP Sasi K.P. Sasi is a well-known social activist and filmmaker.  In his several decades of activism, he has been associated with a number of social movements ranging from anti-globalisation and anti-nuclear movement… Continue Reading →

#India – 29 Years On, Are We Any Better As A Nation? #Sikhriots #Sedition

By Puneet Bedi, “Kahaan jaa rahe ho Sardarji,?” shouted a young man from the side of the road. I was born in the capital of a ‘Sovereign, Socialistic, Secular, Democratic, Republic’, to a mother born in a Hindu and father a Sikh… Continue Reading →

#India – Guilt By Association: UAPA Cases from Madhya Pradesh #Fabricated

Guilt By Association: UAPA Cases from Madhya Pradesh A report by Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association (JTSA), to be released on 7th November (Thursday) at Centre Information Technology (CIT) Auditorium, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. New Delhi: Even if grudgingly, there is an… Continue Reading →

Human rights lawyer Shahid – “Let’s see, how long am I allowed to live?” #mustread

By RANA AYYUB in http://india.blogs.nytimes.com/   On Feb. 11, 2010, I returned to Mumbai after a reporting assignment in Hyderabad. A rare weekend off with family, it was also my niece’s birthday. I switched my phone to silent mode to avoid work-related phone… Continue Reading →

Iraq hangs 42 convicted on terrorism charges #deathpenalty #abolishDP

AP | Oct 11, 2013, Iraq has hanged 42 prisoners convicted of terrorism-related charges, including a woman, the country’s justice ministry said. BAGHDAD: Iraq has hanged 42 prisoners convicted of terrorism-related charges, including a woman, the justice ministry said on Thursday, in… Continue Reading →

#India- Here is how ,Bollywood Actor Sanjay Dutt escaped TADA #mustread

His other co-accused have all been convicted under the stringent anti-terrorist law on evidence much less damning. Ashish Khetan and Harinder Baweja unearth court records that point to Sanjay’s exact role     It was probably the most difficult moment… Continue Reading →

#India – Why Muslims should confront the Indian Mujahideen

ASHISH KHETAN The Indian Mujahideen are for real, and investigators have more evidence about them than they would have us believe There is an overwhelming body of evidence available with Indian investigative agencies to show that between 2003 and 2008,… Continue Reading →

Guilty until proven innocent? #fabricated #illegalarrests #minorityrights

  hoot.org Siddiqui is, of course, not the first journalist to be implicated in terrorism-related cases, though he is certainly among those whose predicament has not attracted due attention from media colleagues or civil society, says AMMU JOSEPH.   A charge-sheet against… Continue Reading →

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