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Review meat export policy: Parliamentary panel

Animal protection groups stress on the need to review the prevailing slaughter practices

NHRC to hold open hearing in Varanasi

The rights panel will hear cases of atrocities against SC, ST on Nov 26-27

Domestic workers in India face horrific abuses: rights body

US-based rights body appeals Asian govts to enact reforms to protect domestic workers

Right to life, development for every Indian child

The union cabinet gave its approval to the National Policy for Children, 2012

Deadline for states on rights of people with disabilities

Centre wants to table the RPwD bill during parliament's monsoon session

NHRC to probe bonded labour in J&K

42 people, including minor Adivasi girls, were working at Jammu brick kilns, a complaint said

Ban cosmetics testing on animals in India: Debasree Roy

Humane Society International launches an awareness campaign seeking to stop the practice

PETA to protest against bull fights in Tamil Nadu

The events are held as part of Pongal celebrations

Establish special human rights courts, urge activists

The appeal comes in the backdrop of World Human Rights Day on Dec 10

Campaign in Delhi to end violence against women

25 NGOs join hands to raise voice against rising crime against females worldwide

Agra to host first world congress on rights of disabled

Rehabilitation, security, migration and other related issues to be discussed

Naya Raipur farmers get a better deal

Additional rehabilitation promised to farmers who sold their land to make way for new Chattisgarh capital

Leh Buddhists protest forcible conversion by Muslims

VHP to support Leh bandh, allege no action taken by administration to protect them

No guidelines to protect children from sexual abuse

Guidelines mandatory says Juvenile Justice Act Rules, but Central and Delhi government have done nothing

Eight Indians, all Gujaratis, return home from Pak jails

One of them a Mumbai software engineer, others are fishermen from Saurashtra

Trouble defused at Taj Mahal

Trouble followed women being asked to deposit their stoles at the entry point

Sonam Kapoor keen to help Banaras weavers

Disappointed at the condition of the weavers, the actress aims to get them their dues

CSE holds talk on involving youth in protecting nature

Panel discussion focussed on right of communities over natural resources

Maneka Gandhi comes to the rescue of birds, rabbits

The police intercepted the consignment in Ghaziabad on board the Kalka-Delhi passenger train

UN chief lauds Malala as 'role model'

Ban has written a letter to the parents of Pakistani teenaged rights activist Malala


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