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Fundamental Rights - In our daily lives..

Fundamental Rights are enshrined in the Constitution of India which ensure the rights of citizens against arbitrary actions of the government and its machinery.

Unfortunately, over the past few years, there have been several instances where the government of the day has been accused of violating the fundamental rights of citizens. 422 more words

The Indian Polity

Abortion 2010

From my 2010 Salt Lake County Council campaign

The fundamental rights our Creator gives to each person include the right to life. A child whose parents are persons is a person even before birth, and therefore has a God given right to life. 145 more words

Right to Stare Without Batting the Eyelids

Indian constitution recognizes six fundamental rights: right to equality, right to freedom, right against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights, and right to constitutional remedies for enforcement of fundamental rights. 1,203 more words

Prose

Dear Diary: Sour-prano Untamed

Dear Diary,

Something happened to me recently. Something that involved my subjection to a loud discomfort in an enclosed space, with my freedom and power to object strangled by a general mindset; a religious mainstream. 1,105 more words

Bus Tale

HRAS to speak at the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights Annual Conference Rome 10-11 November 2014

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights Annual Conference Rome 10-11 November 2014

HRAS will be attending and speaking at the Working Group “Smuggling as a means of last resort to enter the EU… 435 more words

International Issues

Girls have the right to wear jeans, use mobiles: Khap chief

Kandela Khap Panchayat chief Tekaram Kandela said to use mobile phones and wear jeans is the fundamental right of a girl and his panchayat does not encourage a ban on it. 220 more words

Nation

Girls have the right to wear jeans, use mobiles: Khap chief

Kandela Khap Panchayat chief Tekaram Kandela said to use mobile phones and wear jeans is the fundamental right of a girl and his panchayat does not encourage a ban on it. 220 more words

Nation