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Kabir Kala Manch activists denied bail PDF Print E-mail
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12 April 2014

 

On April 11, Justice A.R. Joshi of the High Court of Bombay delivered a verbal order in the matter relating to the bail application of three cultural activists (poets and singers) of the Kabir Kala Manch(KKM). Shockingly Justice Joshi rejected the bail appeal of Sachin Mali, SagarGorkhe and Ramesh Gaichor.

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Kandhamal nun gang-rape: 3 convicted, 6 acquitted PDF Print E-mail
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27 March 2014

A trial court in Cuttack on Friday convicted three persons and acquitted six in connection with the gang-rape of a nun in Odisha's Kandhamal district during the 2008 religious riots.

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In Srinagar, students tell a different story PDF Print E-mail
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9 February 2014


SRINAGAR: Some of the Kashmiri students from Meerut's Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, who have now returned home to an angry welcome by political outfits in the restive region, have said the sedition charges against them had taken them completely by surprise. Most of them had a radically different view of the incident and how the action actually unraveled.
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People’s Conference demands repeal of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act PDF Print E-mail
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8 February 2014

 

altNew Delhi, India (March 06, 2014): A massively attended conference was organized by People’s Movement against UAPA on March 05.

According to information about five thousand participants had gathered at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi from different parts of India assembled to voice their protest against the unlawful law UAPA demanded its early repeal and sought a commitment from political parties in this regard well before forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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Activists protest ‘draconian’ UAPA PDF Print E-mail
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28 February 2014

Members of organisations like Kabir Kala Manch join natl movement against Act that they claim has made several of their peers suffer wrongfully.

Coming out in droves to protest draconian laws that they say have led to unfair incarcerations, members of organisations like the Kabir Kala Manch, Rights and Justice Forum and Popular Front of India participated in a candle-lit protest at Shaniwarwada on Friday evening, particularly to raise a voice against the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 1967 (UAPA), which they claim many of their peers have suffered under.

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