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Theater Chain Criticized For Women-Only 'Wonder Woman' Screenings

theater chain criticized for women-only 'wonder woman' screenings
Watch VideoA theater chain will host women-only showings for the upcoming "Wonder Woman" film, and some men aren't happy about it.  The Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas in New York City and Austin..
Newsy

Gandhi, Indian independence movement on Oxford curriculum

The University of Oxford has introduced a new compulsory exam paper for history students to include Indian, Asian and Middle Eastern affairs as part of a wider move to make its curriculum more..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Theater Hosts All-Women Screenings of 'Wonder Woman'

Theater Hosts All-Women Screenings of 'Wonder Woman' 00:54

Social media erupted in debate over whether excluding men moviegoers from certain viewings counted as discrimination.
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News video: Jury Hands Down Split Verdict In Fired Sergeant's Civil Rights Trial

Jury Hands Down Split Verdict In Fired Sergeant's Civil Rights Trial 00:36

A federal jury has delivered a split verdict in the civil rights trial of a fired Pittsburgh Police sergeant.
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News video: New 'Blue Lives Matter' to Impose Tougher Measures

New 'Blue Lives Matter' to Impose Tougher Measures 00:35

Following a sharp increase in deadly attacks against police, dozens of states are cracking down on crimes against law enforcement officers. New "Blue Lives Matter" laws are raising concerns among some..
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News video: Taiwan is paving the way to equal LGBT rights in Asia

Taiwan is paving the way to equal LGBT rights in Asia 01:14

On Wednesday, the high court in Taiwan ruled that the country's government must change the laws on same sex marriage within the next two years. But what could this mean for the rest of Asia?
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News video: Civil Rights Group Sues In U.S. Court Over Immigration Detention Conditions

Civil Rights Group Sues In U.S. Court Over Immigration Detention Conditions 00:53

The American Civil Liberties Union sued the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in federal court on Thursday, seeking records the civil rights group contends provide accounts of hunger strikes at..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

Watch the intriguing content from ancient Bengal at Studio Tamaasha today

watch the intriguing content from ancient bengal at studio tamaasha today
A pastel hand-painted postcard showcasing a sunset in Kolkata by Frank Clinger Scallan, an artwork comprising the text from Nripendra Kumar Basu's sex instruction manual, Joubaner Jaduipuri, a video..
Mid-Day

Civil rights group sues in U.S. court over immigration detention

The American Civil Liberties Union sued the U. S. Department of Homeland Security in federal court on Thursday, seeking records the civil rights group contends provide accounts of hunger strikes at..
DNA

Egypt puts prominent human rights lawyer and former presidential candidate on trial

An Egyptian human rights lawyer and would-be presidential election candidate is to stand trial next week charged with offending public decency, his lawyer said on Wednesday. Khaled Ali, 45, was..
DNA

Hands off! After viral hand swat, First Lady Melania snubs Donald Trump again

With the drama over Melania swatting off Donald Trump's hand in Riyadh still going viral on social media, the first lady has done it yet again. As the US President along with wife Melania landed in..
DNA

Jaipur: Family of man allegedly shot dead at behest of in-laws seeks justice

The family of a civil engineer who was allegedly killed at the behest of his in-laws joined civil rights activists for a candle light march in Jaipur, and demanded justice for the victim.
India Today

Trump bringing world back to horse & cart says Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger laid into US President Donald Trump today saying his plans to revive coal would bring the world back to the horse and cart. The Hollywood star and former California governor..
Deccan Herald

United States: Sexual Orientation Discrimination: One Step Closer To Protection By Federal Law - Tarter Krinsky & Drogan LLP

On April 4, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (covering Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin) became the first federal appellate court to recognize sexual orientation as being..
Mondaq

U.S. top court lets North Carolina voter law die, pleasing rights groups

The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed a Republican bid to revive a strict North Carolina voter-identification law that a lower court found deliberately discriminated against black voters, handing..
DNA

U.S. Supreme Court rejects case involving burping teen

The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to revive a civil rights lawsuit against a New Mexico police officer for arresting a 13-year-old boy who burped repeatedly and disrupted his class, a case..
DNA

U.S. appeals court to review Trump revised travel ban

A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments on Monday over President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on people entering the United States from six Muslim-majority countries, the second such..
DNA

United States: Texas Health System Pays $2.4M to Settle Unauthorized Patient Disclosure - Day Pitney LLP

A May 11 article, "Texas Health System Pays $2.4M to Settle Unauthorized Patient Disclosure," in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch and other publications discussed the $2.4 million settlement that..
Mondaq

United States: Recent $2.5 Million OCR Settlement Is A Warning To Wireless Health Service Providers - McDermott Will & Emery

On April 24, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) settlement
Mondaq

Diamond Empowerment Fund Announces Powerhouse Line-up of Honorees for "Diamonds Do Good" Awards in Las Vegas

*Business Wire India*The Diamond Empowerment Fund (D.E.F) announced a powerful program for its “Diamonds Do Good” Awards gala set for June 4 at the Four Seasons Ballroom in Las Vegas. Iconic..
Business Wire India

Exit polls in South Korea forecast win for liberal Moon

Exit polls in South Korea forecast that liberal candidate Moon Jae-in will win an election today to succeed ousted President Park Geun-hye. Official results werent expected for hours, but the exit..
Deccan Herald

United States: Three Ways To Tune Up Your HIPAA Compliance - Holland & Knight

As the HHS Office for Civil Rights continues to issue press releases about HIPAA settlements and enforcement actions, now is a good time to re-examine HIPAA and data privacy compliance efforts
Mondaq

China rebuffs UN criticism of lawyer's detention

China rejected criticism from the United Nations over the detention of a Chinese human rights lawyer on Monday, calling it an interference in the country's domestic affairs. The UN High Commissioner..
DNA

Iran's Rouhani slams nuclear deal saboteurs in debate

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani criticised conservative opponents for trying to sabotage the nuclear deal with world powers and vowed more civil rights during today's second presidential election..
DNA

WB govt forcibly acquired land for PGCIL project in Bhangar:

Left parties and civil rights groups today accused the West Bengal government of forcibly acquiring land for a power grid project in Bhangar block in South 24 Parganas district of the state and the..
DNA


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