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CID gives clean chit to George in DySP case 17.9.2016 deccanherald.com
The Criminal Investigation Department is said to have given a clean chit to former minister K J George and two IPS officers in the case related to the suicide of Deputy Superintendent of Police M K Ganapathi in July. Sources, however, said the details of the CID's final investigation report, submitted to the Judicial Magistrate First Class Court at Madikeri in Kodagu district on Saturday, have not been made public. CID investigation officer Sridhar handed over the 500-page report to Judge Annapoorneshwari. Sources said a 'B' report had been filed in the case citing lack of evidence over harassment charges levelled by Ganapathi against George and IPS officers Pronab Mohanty and A M Prasad before he committed suicide. Prasad was the then ADGP (Intelligence) and Mohanty IGP (Lokayukta). Nehal, son of Ganapathi, had filed a private complaint in court accusing George and the two IPS officers of being responsible for his father's death. Based on the complaint, the court had directed the police to file an FIR ...
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Manipur boils over Meitei-tribals clash ahead of Assembly polls 16.9.2016 Deccan Herald - Analysis
On August 9, Manipur was witness to a historical event when human rights crusader Irom Sharmila Chanu gave up her 16 year-old hunger strike protesting against the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) and decided to fight polls to get it repealed from the state. Her decision to quit hunger strike was initially not taken well in state capital Imphal but with emotions easing out, different sections of people have reconciled with it. Sharmila's decision came within a month after the Supreme Court took a strong stand on the petition of fake encounters in the state and asked the Centre to probe the cases. Thus, it seems that Sharmila had timed her quitting of fast well, given the fact that Manipur will see assembly polls early 2017. The 15 year-old Congress rule is being challenged by the BJP which is trying to make serious inroads into this trouble-torn state's politics. But this situation also has a parallel narrative that might turn Manipur burning once again. While the Churachandpur district churn ...
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Do police get away with rights violations? 12.9.2016 Hindu: Home
The number of FIRs registered against personnel is few and far between, show new data from NCRB
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NHRC seeks detailed report of illegal mining from Jharkhand 9.9.2016 Zee News : States
National Human Right Commission (NHRC) has sought detailed report of illegal mining in three months from Jharkhand government.
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NHRC seeks detailed report of illegal mining 8.9.2016 New Kerala: India News
NHRC seeks detailed report of illegal mining
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Human rights lens on 84 cases 8.9.2016 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Led by its chairperson former Supreme Court Chief Justice H.L. Dattu, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), which held its biggest hearing in Jharkhand in recent memory today, recommended a CID probe with a three-month deadline into the deaths of 12 Palamau youths, whom the police allegedly gunned down in a fake encounter in June 2015.
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Gangster Sandeep Gadoli's dead body reaches Gurgaon 2.9.2016 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
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Sandeep Gadoli cremated 7 months after 'encounter' death 2.9.2016 New Kerala: India News
Gurgaon, Sep 2 : Gurgaon gangster Sandeep Gadoli, who was allegedly killed in a staged gun fight by Haryana Police crime branch team in Mumbai on February 7, was cremated on Friday in his native village here.
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After 7 months, gangster Gadoli to be cremated today 2.9.2016 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
After almost seven months, slain gangster Sandeep Gadoli’s family have decided to cremate his body in Gadoli village, near Hero Honda Chowk, on Friday.
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Three reasons why Mehbooba Mufti has adopted a new tough approach on Kashmir unrest 26.8.2016 FirstPost: India

Mehbooba seems to have realized that the current nature of Kashmir unrest is very different from the earlier turbulences in its Islamist overtones and the way it has been continuing unabated over such a long period of time.

The post Three reasons why Mehbooba Mufti has adopted a new tough approach on Kashmir unrest appeared first on Firstpost.

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'Thank you, now have tea': Asked tough questions, Mehbooba Mufti ends press meet abruptly 25.8.2016 TOI: India
Confronted by tough questions, an angry Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday brought to an abrupt end a joint press conference with Union home minister Rajnath Singh when her stand on ongoing protests were compared with her position during the 2010 unrest.
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Kashmir unrest: CM Mehbooba loses cool, walks out of press conference 25.8.2016 India Today| Must Read
Furious over tough questions, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister lost her cool during a press conference in Srinagar and walk out even as Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was seated there.
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Angry Mehbooba ends press meet with Rajnath abruptly 25.8.2016 deccanherald.com
Confronted by tough questions, an angry Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today brought to an abrupt end a joint press conference with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh when her stand on ongoing protests were compared with her position during the 2010 unrest. Singh, who was seated next to the chief minister on the dais, was seen making gestures to pacify Mehbooba who took on a reporter when reminded about her opposition to use of force and locking up of separatists in 2010 when rival NC leader Omar Abdullah was the Chief Minister "Muje kya bolenge yeh Sir. maine inke bachon ko bachaya hai Task Force se (What can they tell me. I have saved their kids from Special Task force)," Mehbooba, who lost her cool, retorted with an abrupt "thank you, now you can have a cup of tea". The 57-year-old Mehbooba was visibily irritated when a reporter asked her about her stand during 2010 agitation and quoted her interviews in which she had questioned the then government led by Omar Abdullah for using force ...
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Angry Mehbooba ends press meet with Rajnath abruptly 25.8.2016 Zee News : States
Singh, who was seated next to the chief minister on the dais, was seen making gestures to pacify Mehbooba who took on a reporter when reminded about her opposition to use of force and locking up of separatists in 2010.
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Mehbooba loses her cool at press meet, leaves with Rajnath Singh still seated 25.8.2016 Rediff: News
Rajnath Singh repeatedly tried to calm her by tapping her when journalists asked questions about her role in dealing with the current unrest.
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Mehbooba loses cool at press meet; condemns stone-pelting 25.8.2016 newindianexpress.com
The Chief Minister sought to explain the manner in which casualties took place, particularly of the youngsters.
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B'luru cops book Amnesty for sedition 15.8.2016 deccanherald.com
The city police on Monday booked Amnesty International India on sedition charges for organising an event that highlighted rights' violations in Jammu and Kashmir. An FIR was registered based on a complaint by Jayaprakash of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) in Bengaluru. Amnesty said that it has "not yet received" a copy of the FIR. "Merely organising an event to defend constitutional values is now being branded anti-India and criminalised," said Aakar Patel, executive director of Amnesty. According to the complaint, anti-national and pro-Pakistan slogans were raised during the 'Broken Families' event, which was an interactive session with the families of Kashmiri youth killed in fake encounters. "The police registered an FIR against Amnesty representatives and unnamed others for organising the event on August 13 at the United Theological College premises. The FIR doesn't include the college. The police have begun the probe," Additional Commissioner of Police (West) K S RCharan Reddy told ...
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RSS-affiliate's activists protest anti-India slogans in Bengaluru 14.8.2016 New Kerala: Karnataka
Bengaluru, Aug 14 : About 100 activists of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad (ABVP), an affiliate of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, on Sunday protested against the anti-India slogans allegedly raised at a human rights event in a college here.
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Ex-TDP minister rejects links with Nayeem 12.8.2016 TOI: Hyderabad Times
Former TDP minister in united AP, A Uma Madhava Reddy, on Thursday refuted allegations of any association with slain gangster Nayeemuddin alias Nayeem, who was killed in an encounter by greyhounds police.
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Soni Sori leads 180km 'Tiranga Yatra' to Gompad 10.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Soni Sori leads 180km 'Tiranga Yatra' to Gompad
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