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Retreat on porn site ban 5.8.2015 Telegraph: Nation
The Indian government, facing flak over its order last week to block access to 857 pornographic websites, today signalled that its directive was only intended to prevent access to child pornographic content and not to curb freedom on the Internet.
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Banning porn won't work, sex education will, experts say 4.8.2015 TOI: India
The country's top sex and behavioural experts have favoured making sex education mandatory for young Indian teenagers so that crimes like rape or child molestation can be efficiently ...
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Punjab govt tapping its sources to track identities of Fidayeen attackers 3.8.2015 TOI: India
With the GPS sets recovered from the Gurdaspur terrorists clearly establishing their Pakistani connection, the Punjab government is now tapping its sources along the narcotics smuggling route on the western border to help establish the identity of the fidayeen ...
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Airport baggage theft too takes off 3.8.2015 Telegraph: Nation
A query triggered by a parliamentarian's loss has prompted the government to unzip baggage data that suggest India's airports are getting increasingly theft-prone.
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NIA special cell to monitor jihadi chatter on internet 3.8.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
NIA special cell to monitor jihadi chatter on internet
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Advice to states to counsel radicals 2.8.2015 Telegraph: Front Page
The Union home ministry has asked states to treat youths radicalised by the Islamic State with extreme sensitivity, resorting to counselling rather than knee-jerk arrests and involving the whole community in de-radicalising them.
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Privacy law: Panel examines global practices - Times of India 2.8.2015 privacy - Google News
Privacy law: Panel examines global practices Times of India With its dramatic declaration before the Supreme Court that it did not regard privacy as a fundamental right, the government has challenged what has long been taken to be a settled position in law. The ensuing uncertainty underscores the need for India ...
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BJP should let Delhi govt do its work: AAP 1.8.2015 Delhi News, Delhi City News - Cities News - Times of India
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should let the Delhi government do its work as the people know that the government is working for ...
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19 cops shunted for assaulting akhada men 1.8.2015 Ahmedabad News, Ahmedabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
An entire squad of 19 police personnel were shunted out of the city crime branch on Friday for assaulting akhada members during the Rath ...
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Migrant workers may play big role in Bihar election 30.7.2015 TOI: Patna
Lakhs of workers from Bihar have migrated to metropolitan cities in search of livelihood. They return to their native places at the time of festive season and most of them will play a big role in the coming assembly ...
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AAI revenue rose 10% to Rs 2,150 crore last fiscal 30.7.2015 TOI: India Business
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) saw its annual revenues rise nearly 10 per cent to Rs 2,150.34 crore in the last fiscal, Parliament was told on Thursday.
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Student plea for abortion 28.7.2015 Telegraph: Nation
The Supreme Court will tomorrow hear a 14-year-old schoolgirl's plea for permission to terminate her 24-week-old pregnancy after a high court declined to entertain her petition.
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CCTVs to be installed in 3,700 DTC buses 26.7.2015 TOI: Delhi Times
The AAP government has decided to install closed-circuit television (CCTVs) cameras in over 3,700 low-floor DTC buses, including 1,275 air-conditioned ones, as part of measures to bolster women's ...
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Set up human rights court in each district: SC 26.7.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
In order to ensure speedy trial in cases of human rights violations, the Supreme Court has asked all the states to set up special courts in each ...
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NIA announces Rs 10 lakh reward for 3 absconding SIMI operatives 25.7.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday announced Rs 10 lakh reward each for four SIMI suspects alleged to be involved in a series of blasts across the ...
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SC: Put all police stations under CCTV watch 25.7.2015 TOI: Home
In a landmark verdict to prevent custodial torture, the Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre and state governments to put police stations and interrogation rooms under surveillance of CCTV cameras.
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BJP will join ad war to beat AAP in its game 25.7.2015 TOI: Cities
In a bid to counter the Arvind Kejriwal-led government, which is targeting the Centre and the LG through hoardings and TV ads, BJP is also planning a similar campaign in the ...
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CCTV directive to jails 25.7.2015 Telegraph: Nation
The Supreme Court today ordered CCTVs installed compulsorily in every prison within a year as it passed a slew of directives to prevent human rights abuses in judicial and police custody.
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LIVE! Install CCTV cameras in all jails, SC tells Centre, states 24.7.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Put all prisons under CCTV camera surveillance: SC to govt 24.7.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre and all state governments to put prisons under surveillance of CCTV ...
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