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PUCL to appeal against Seema Azad’s conviction

LUCKNOW, June 12, 2012, the Hindu People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) will explore legal options in the wake of the life term awarded to its Uttar Pradesh unit organising secretary Seema Azad by an Allahabad court. Ms. Azad, a… Continue Reading →

Rights activist Seema Azad to appeal conviction at High Court

  By Abu Zafar 6/9/12, Newzfirst   NEW DELHI — Rights activists Seema Azad and her husband, Vishwa Vijay, who were Friday sentenced by a court in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, to life imprisonment for alleged seditious activities, will appeal their… Continue Reading →

Allahabad High Court Order- Seema Azad Case bail application rejected 2011

HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD Court No. – 49 Case :- CRIMINAL MISC. BAIL APPLICATION No. – 11679 of 2010 Petitioner :- Smt. Seema Azad Respondent :- State Of U.P. Petitioner Counsel :- Ankur Sharma,Daya Shankar Mishra,Ravi Kiran Jain… Continue Reading →

Seema Azad Yearns For Freedom

Human rights activist Seema Azad and her husband are in jail on dubious charges. On 8th February 2010, Seema Azad and her husband were arrested by the Allahabad Special Task Force, under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, for their alleged… Continue Reading →

Seema Azad, journalist, human rights worker and her husband sentenced to life for waging war against India

NDTV, june 8, 2012 Allahabad: A couple who were arrested by the Uttar Pradesh special task force in February 2010 and suspected of being Naxals have been sentenced to life imprisonment by a lower court in Allahabad. Seema Azad and her… Continue Reading →

Cultural Activist Utpal Baski arrested and produced before the court

Jaideep Deogharia, TNN | May 15, 2012, RANCHI: Cultural activist and executive member of the Revolutionary Democratic Front (RDF) Uttpal Baski was produced before the chief judicial magistrate Giridih on Sunday following pressure mounting from the outfit and other human right activists. Denying allegations… Continue Reading →

Join- United Protest against Evictions and Repression in West Bengal

25 April, 11.30 am in front of Banga Bhavan   (3, Hailey Road, New Delhi) (nearest metro station is Mandi House) Nonadanga, Kolkata, witnessed the complete demolition of the over 200 slumdwellers houses on 30th March 2012. The consequent many peaceful marches… Continue Reading →

Immediate Release-Statement of concern on prolonged police custody of Debolina

WSS STATEMENT OF CONCERN ON PROLONGED POLICE CUSTODY OF DEBOLINA, MATANGINI MAHILA SAMITI, KOLKATA WSS is extremely concerned by the continued police custody of activist Debolina Chakrabarty, secretary of the Kolkata based women’s organization, Matangini Mahila Samiti, and the recent reports… Continue Reading →


How many ears must one man have,before he can hear people cry How many deaths will it take till he knows that too many people have died ..   Yes, we are speaking from Nonadanga slum area,Kolkata. Our government has… Continue Reading →

Release Deblina Chakraborty entrapped in UAPA and 6 other social activists

A Petition via change.org to The Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission: Why This Is Important We are deeply concerned about the dreadful incidents of barbarous atrocities by the West Bengal government upon the peaceful democratic protest movements of various… Continue Reading →

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