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Legalize Prostution, Says NGO

A voluntary organisation working for the upliftment of sex workers in Delhi has written to Justice Verma Committee seeking to legalize prostitution as a measure to check rape cases in the country.
Expressing anger over the brutal rape of the 23-year-old paramedical student that took place on December 16, the NGO -- Bhartiya Patita Uddhar Sabha -- said flesh trade in the country should be legalized.

Janaza Prayer (Ghayib) for the departed Rizana Nafeek on Coming Friday

Arrangement is now being made to conduct Janaza Prayer (Ghayib) for the departed Rizana Nafeek in all mosques in Sri Lanka.

India Blasts Pakistan For Killing Indian Soldiers

Outraged by the brutal killing of two of its soldiers by intruding Pakistani troops, India on Wednesday strongly protested to Pakistan, warning that the "unacceptable" incident will have adverse impact on the ties.

A Tale of the - Final Journey to Dawdami Prison by Dr. Mrs. Kifaya Ifthikar

Dr. Mrs. Kifaya Ifthikar, a Dental Surgeon from Kandy, who lives presently with her husband in Riyadh had a harrowing experience yesterday morning, when she made her final journey to Dawdami prisons.

Bhagavad Gita enters U.S. Congress for swearing-in of Member

Since the turn of this century and into the first decade there was much resentment for Hindu clergy offering prayers in the United States Congress feared by protesters that a nation founded in the Judeo-Christian roots may erode. A gentle and slow change of that attitude culminated this January 3 when a newly elected Congresswoman from the State of Hawaii was sworn in by Speaker Boehner using the Hindu sacred book in the well of the House.

Chief Justice Impeachment; A compromise solution is required to avert an embarrassment for the country

The constitutional wrangle over who is supreme than the other appears to have overshadowed the key question whether the investigation of the Chief Justice’s alleged misdemeanors were carried out in a fair manner.


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