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Human Rights

NHRC directs Gujarat govt to screen inmates every six months for TB, provide timely treatment to TB patients

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday, taking cognisance of a large number of TB patients in Lajpore Central Prison of Surat, recommended the DG Prisons, Government of Gujarat

NHRC issues notice to UP DGP, Delhi Police Commissioner over death of woman after self-immolation outside the Supreme Court

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Wednesday issued notices to the Director General of Police, Uttar Pradesh and the Commissioner of Police, Delhi, regarding the death of a woman, victim ...

NHRC issues notice to UP government on condition of hospitals and crematoriums in Gautam Buddha Nagar

Poor condition of hospitals and crematoriums in Gautam Buddha Nagar, UP attract attention of NHRC

Can a pandemic ‘COVID19’ be a ground to declare Health Emergency?

The outbreak of COVID- has had far-reaching consequences all around the worlds. The turmoil associated with the pandemic has affected the different spheres of life - economic, financial, political, ed...

Displaced Tribals: The Promised Land

In order to create a tiger corridor in Madhav National Park, tribals in nine villages were displaced. While some were compensated, others are still waiting for the two hectares they were promised ...

Pathalgadi Violence: Terror Run

The recent beheading of seven villagers in the forests of Jharkhand has shown that there is disagreement among the tribals over the Pathalgadi movement and that Maoists may be involved By Neeraj M...

Justice DY Chandrachud’s Human Rights Day speech

Adding nuance to our human rights discourse I am honoured to have been invited to deliver this address on the occasion of International Human Rights Day, which signifies the adoption of the Universal...

Developing countries bear disproportionate costs of climate change, says CJI Dipak Misra

Above: CJI Dipak Misra giving presidential address during a lecture titled ‘Towards New Horizons of International Law: Climate Change and Human Rights’ on Tuesday (July 17)/Photo: Bhavana Gaur ~By ...

A Blot on India’s Most Literate State

The lynching of a mentally unstable tribal in Attappadi in Kerala has forced the High Court to initiate proceedings on its own and direct the state government to file a reply within 15 days

Stop the stigma

Above: Beneficiaries of an anti-leprosy project raise awareness about the disease on World Leprosy Day in India. Photo: A petition has sought the intervention of the Court to...

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