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Google, Facebook and 19 other social network sites face legal action

Google, Facebook and 19 other social networking sites faced legal action for offences of promoting enmity between classes after the Government granted sanction to prosecute them.

Myanmar: Political prisoner release 'major step’ but gates must open 'even wider'

The release of at least 130 political prisoners in Myanmar today—including well-known dissidents Htay Kywe, U Khun Htun Oo, Min Ko Naing, and U Gambira—is a significant move, Amnesty International said today.

Row over nude video shoot of Andaman tribals gets murky

Police on Friday claimed that the person who was shown in a video footage ordering semi-naked Jarawa tribal women in Andaman and Nicobar Islands to dance before tourists was not a policeman.

Different Logics of Organizing and Controlling Work -A Literature review

According to Freidson (2001) professionalism can be seen as the state in which the professional themselves are capable of determining the terms and conditions of their employment, their welfare, their working environment, their incentives, etc.

Indian Christians fear backlash after Sharia ruling

All India Christian Council in New Delhi on Friday feared backlash against Christians in the country due to incrimination of pastors Jim Borst and CM Khanna by Srinagar's self-styled Islamic Shariat court.

Srilanka Pakistan Friendship Association strengthening the bonds of friendship between peoples of Pakistan and Sri Lanka

The 40tth annual general meeting of the Sri Lanka-Pakistan Friendship Association SLPFA was held today at 6.00 pm at the Automobile Association of Ceylon Auditorium.

Swamy gets relief from arrest till Jan 30

Janata Party President Subramanian Swamy, accused of writing an inflammatory article, can't be arrested till Jan 30, the Delhi High Court ruled Friday even as it asked him to refrain from penning such pieces.

See who is preaching human rights!

If you find a slightest drop of urine in your body or on the garments you wear, your prayer is null and void, according to Islamic rule. The dead bodies are always washed with utmost respect and wrapped in clean white cloth before burial according to Islamic religious practice.