User: suganya Topic: Corporal punishment
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Mexico drug war claims 23 more lives 5.5.2012 Hindu: News
The bodies of 23 people were found hanging from a bridge or decapitated and dumped near city hall on Friday in the border city of Nuevo Laredo, where drug cartels are fighting a bloody and escalat...
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Omar cant' tweet live NCTC proceedings 5.5.2012 New Kerala: World News
23 dead in day of horror for Mexico border city 5.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
23 dead in day of horror for Mexico border city
Schools in Assam lack adequate facilities: Child Rights Commission 5.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Schools in Assam lack adequate facilities: Child Rights Commission
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Nine bodies found hanging from bridge in Mexico border city 5.5.2012 New Kerala: India News
Trench deaths: Rs 50K fine paltry, say corporators 5.5.2012 TOI: Mumbai
Trench deaths: Rs 50K fine paltry, say corporators
Mexico journalists tortured and killed by drug cartels 4.5.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Bodies of latest victims are pulled from a Veracruz canal as gangs intensify their campaign of terror against press Gabriel Huge, Guillermo Luna and Esteban Rodriguez must have hoped they would be spared. Until last year the three had been members of a tight band of journalists covering the drug war that has swamped the Caribbean port city of Veracruz. Huge and his nephew Luna had worked on the local newspaper Notiver, Rodriguez with a rival publication, Diario AZ; but all three resigned in July after two of their colleagues were killed - one of them with his wife and one of his children. The three photographers fled the city after hearing that their names were also on a hitlist, but soon returned. Earlier this year, Huge and Luna picked up their cameras and - figuring that the threat had passed - started working again, as freelancers. Rodriguez decided that enough was enough. He got a job as a welder at a mechanic's workshop. On Thursday night, the three men's bodies were pulled from ...
Syrian forces executing and burning residents of Idlib, Amnesty says 4.5.2012 The Guardian -- Front Page
Report gathers harrowing testimony of victims and families caught in purge of northern city by regime troops and loyalists Syrian forces are executing scores of suspected opposition sympathisers in the northern city of Idlib, often burning their bodies in piles or torching them in their homes then sending family members to find them, witnesses say. Idblib residents who spoke to an Amnesty International official in April painted a dire portrait of a city at the mercy of regime troops and irregular loyalists who routinely sweep homes seeking dissenters to kill. The Amnesty report , prepared by the senior crisis adviser Donatella Rovera, gathered harrowing testimonies of victims and their families, caught up in a purge of Idlib and surrounding villages that has steadily intensified over the past six months. The report says hundreds of homes in some villages have been burned down and their populations terrorised by forces who kill with impunity. After troops routed Homs in early March, ...
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Age factor makes bill on sexual offences controversial 4.5.2012 Rediff: News
A clash between provisions in the Indian Penal Code and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Bill 2011, on the age for consent is the reason for much debate, reports Vicky Nanjappa.
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Gunmen kill 34 at Nigeria cattle market 4.5.2012 NIE: World
POTISKUM, Nigeria: Robbers angered by a crowd burning one of their colleagues alive attacked a cattle market in northeast Nigeria,..
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'Maoists' kill three in Balangir, Koraput 4.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
'Maoists' kill three in Balangir, Koraput
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Murder of Loitam Richard : NESO seeks Home Minister's intervention 4.5.2012 Manipur: E-Pao
Murder of Loitam Richard : NESO seeks Home Minister's intervention
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Up to 7-yr jail for teachers who hit kids 4.5.2012 Hindustan Times: India
Up to 7-yr jail for teachers who hit kids
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Uneasy calm on Sudan-South Sudan border after UN ultimatum 3.5.2012 IE: Latest News
Sudan and South Sudan have edged to the brink of all out war in weeks of bloody clashes.
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Dhaka teacher 'burns' girls' legs 3.5.2012 BBC: World
Police in Bangladesh search for a teacher from a Muslim religious school who allegedly placed burning hot iron rods on the legs of her students.
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Women's Movement : Chronicle of a Journey 3.5.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Crime against women: Bengal rights body wants more teeth to law 3.5.2012 TOI: Calcutta Times
Crime against women: Bengal rights body wants more teeth to law
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WADA boss slams Britain over Olympic doping bans 2.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
WADA boss slams Britain over Olympic doping bans
Violence in Syria 'kills 34' children since cease-fire 2.5.2012 New Kerala: India News
'Censorship on journalists a threat to democracy' 2.5.2012 New Kerala: World News
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