India: Stop Executions
The Indian government should stop impending executions and renew its moratorium on capital punishment, Human Rights Watch said today.
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How cable cartels shut out independent views ~ [OP-ED]
In a free market, this could seem like a story of a company that could not manage its finances and had to close shop. But there is more here than meets the eye. ...the channel has been fighting a lonely battle to protect its freedom to reach its audiences. Finally, it lost the battle.
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Sikh Youth of Punjab takes out road show against sexual violence against women
Dal Khalsa's youth wing 'Sikh Youth of Punjab' (SYP) held a road show to express their anguish and concern over the rise of drug menace, criminalization of politics and sexual violence against women.
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Sikh leaders blame bureaucrats
Hoping for a favourable solution for nearly 150 Sikh families in getting their rights to cultivate lands at Kupia Plot here, the Sikh leadership from Haryana, Punjab and New Delhi jointly gave a clean chit to chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
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KARTARPUR: Where It All Began
Our ardas pleads for the opportunity to freely visit and manage the many Sikh historical places that now lie in Pakistan, such as Nankana Sahib, Punja Sahib, Dera Sahib, and Kartarpur, as well as the many other lesser known historical gurduaras.
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India: the Story You Never Wanted to Hear
This is the story you don't want to hear when you ask me about India. But this is the story you need to hear.
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Rising Onion Prices Tempt Highway Robbers in India
Suddenly a minivan came to a halt in front of them, three men jumped off the vehicle, overpowered Mr. Chottelal and Mr. Gujjar, and drove away with their loot.
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Of the People ... By the People,...
The sixty-seventh Independence Day of the India, the ‘largest democracy in the world,’ is ushered in with effusive messages from presidents and potentates.
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Spread the word - Mass marriage charity event in India
As you may know in the Indian marriage ceremony dowry plays a very poisonous role behind the curtains. Though it's not out in the open but it does exist and the poor families are victimised by it.
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Dr. Milkha Singh Aulakh appointed Expert Member of Intergovernmental Technical Panel
Upon invitation from FAO, Prof. Aulakh participated in the first meeting of ITPS held at FAO Headquarter, Rome from 22-26 July 2013 where he was selected as Chairperson of "World Soil Charter Committee".
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