Calcutta HC orders formation of committee to examine human rights violations in post-election violence cases

The Calcutta High Court on Friday ordered the chairman of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to form a committee to examine all cases of alleged human rights violations in the post-election violence in the country. West Bengal. A bench of five High Court judges heard from a group of …

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2021 Review – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: Forbes Advisor may earn a commission on sales made from partner links on this page, but this does not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Open an Axos Bank basic business current account For a limited time, get a bonus of $ 100 for opening a …

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American diplomatic perseverance and the survival of the two-state imperative

The latest wave of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has raised the bar in the face of “failures” in the peace process. In the West, the international “consensus” is now called into question on two fronts. First, the process itself is far too slow. Second, ending the two-state process is no longer …

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Lake County News, California – California Fish and Game Commission names Hinchcliff 2020 Wildlife Attorney of the Year

Lake County Deputy Chief District Attorney Richard Hinchcliff has been named the 2020 California Fish and Game Commission Wildlife Attorney of the Year. Courtesy photo. LAKE COUNTY, Calif .– At its June meeting on Thursday, the California Fish and Game Commission and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced …

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Hungarian anti-LGBT + law criticized as “human rights violation”

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Hungary’s ban on school talks on sexuality or transgender issues is “an affront to human rights,” the UK’s first human rights envoy said on Thursday. LGBT, saying he would join the European Union (EU) to fight the new law. The EU criticized the law adopted …

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Rider Transit will resume normal operations and fares on July 1

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Rider Transit in Concord and Kannapolis will resume normal operations and collect fares again effective July 1, 2021. Normal operations have been changed and fares have been suspended in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As per the federal mandate, masks must always be …

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ISHM: June 10 – 17, 2021 – Iraq

Key points to remember: IHEC reverses the rule, allows candidates to withdraw; Officials flock to the Sunni shrine following a threat; Fatah attacks Baghdad-Erbil budget deal – On June 10, Kataib Hezbollah militia threatened retaliation if Iraqi Prime Minister al-Kadhimi ordered another arrest of a PMF commander. On June 11, …

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Support sustainable development in the agricultural sector

IIASA, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI) are proud to announce the launch of version 4 of the Global Agro-Ecological Zones platform (GAEZ v4) – a research tool that supports sustainable development in the agricultural sector – on the …

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Human rights abuse at 30,000 feet

Researchers document abuse of non-citizens at airports and airplanes in previous administrations. Each year, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deport over 200,000 people in nearly 200 countries. Forcibly evicting so many people to so many places is no easy task. To carry out this monumental task, ICE has created …

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Poway balances 2021-22 budget with federal funds

It is proposed that the Town of Poway have a balanced operating budget for fiscal year 2021-2022, with federal funding. Poway City Council passed the proposed budget resolutions at Tuesday night’s meeting, after hearing reports and recommendations from city staff and the budget review committee. It also received a report …

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