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Judge in Virginia declines to block travel ban

In a sweeping affirmation of presidential authority, a federal judge in Virginia ruled against a Muslim civil rights group that sought to block the Trump administrations proposed travel ban. The..
Deccan Herald

Forest Whitaker executive producing Angela Davis biopic

Actor Forest Whitaker has signed on to executive produce a movie about American civil rights activist Angela Davis.
DNA

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News video: Activist Carolyn Rush Laid To Rest In Englewood

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Mrs. Rush was active in the civil rights movement and served as a community organizer. She was married to Rep. Bobby Rush.
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News video: Rachel Dolezal Is Still Struggling

Rachel Dolezal Is Still Struggling 00:39

Former white civil rights leader Rachel Dolezal is struggling following her racila identity scandal. According to the AP, Dolezal says she has been unable to find steady work in the nearly two years..
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News video: After Racial Identity Scandal Fallout, Rachel Dolezal Is Unemployed And Struggling

After Racial Identity Scandal Fallout, Rachel Dolezal Is Unemployed And Struggling 00:54

A woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state, then lost her job after her parents exposed her as white, struggles to make a living these days. According to the Associated Press,..
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News video: Restaurant Eatsa Being Sued For Not Attending to the Blind

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On Friday, Reuters reports that fast food startup Eatsa, is being sued by disability rights advocates for not including accessibility features for the blind. Eatsa is a fast food restaurant that allows..
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News video: Rachel Dolezal Struggles After Racial Identity Scandal

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A woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state, then lost her job after her parents exposed her as white struggles to make a living these days. Rachel Dolezal said she has been..
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Muslim advocacy group seeks broader travel-ban injunction

A judge is weighing a request from a Muslim civil rights group for an even broader injunction against President Donald Trump's proposed travel ban than what is already in place.
DNA

Jaipur: Civil rights, political and Muslim organisations protest against cow vigilantism

The protesting organisations sought suspension of those police officials who were involved in the action taken against hotel Hayat Rabbani.
India Today

Japan cabinet OK's anti-conspiracy bill amid civil rights concerns

TOKYO(Reuters) - Japan's cabinet on Tuesday approved legislation that would penalise criminal conspiracies, a move critics say threatens civil liberties, but officials say is needed to prevent..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Xiaomi unveils second manufacturing unit in India

xiaomi unveils second manufacturing unit in india
*New Delhi:* Reaffirming its commitment to 'Make in India' after logging $1 billion in revenue in the country last year, Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi on Monday announced its second manufacturing..
Mid-Day

US sends pro-family group to UN fuelling fears over LGBT rights

By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK, March 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United States has sent a pro-family lobbying group listed as a "hate group" by civil rights activists in its delegation to key..
DNA

Report accuses Syria of &#039;slaughter&#039; of people trapped by war

The Syrian government committed "slow-motion slaughter" of unknown numbers of Syrians trapped in besieged and hard-to-reach areas by wilfully denying them food and health care, according to a new..
Zee News

Canada: Renouncing Your US Citizenship: Is Divorcing Uncle Sam Right For You? - Moodys Gartner Tax Law LLP

The billionaire co-founder of Facebook, the only American member of Monty Python, a Civil Rights Leader with a Ph.D. from Harvard, the founder of Carnival Cruise Lines and owner of the Miami Heat NBA..
Mondaq

India's wholesale price inflation at 6.55% in February

*New Delhi*: India's annual rate of inflation based on wholesale prices rose to 6.55 per cent in February 2017 from 5.25 per cent in the previous month, official data showed on..
Mid-Day

Dalit JNU scholar who was found dead had led Rohith Vemula movement

dalit jnu scholar who was found dead had led rohith vemula movement
*New Delhi:* The Dalit JNU scholar who allegedly committed suicide had previously been a student of the Hyderabad University and was at the forefront of the movement against the varsity's..
Mid-Day

BJP used money and muscle power in Manipur, Irom Sharmila says

: Civil rights activist Irom Sharmila on Tuesday said people of Manipur should realise that the BJP, which staked claim to form government in that state, had used money and muscle power in the assembly..
IndiaTimes

Developers can no longer use Facebook data for surveillance

Facebook Inc barred software developers on Monday from using the massive social network's data to create surveillance tools, closing off a process that had been exploited by US police departments to..
DNA

Preet Bharara gets pink slip as Trump abruptly boots 46 Obama-era US attorneys

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions abruptly asked the remaining 46 chief federal prosecutors left over from the Obama administration to resign on Friday, including Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara,..
DNA

Indian-American running for key civil rights post in US:Report

Harmeet Dhillon, 48, a senior Republican leader from California, interviewed with Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week, The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday.
DNA

Hatred, prejudice on rise in Trump's America: poll

Nearly two-thirds of US voters say hatred and prejudice in the United States have risen since Donald Trump was elected president, an opinion poll revealed today. Sixty-three per cent of subjects..
Deccan Herald

Sikh man in US was targeted because of his ethnic origin: Cops

A Sikh man shot outside his home in Washington state by a partially-masked gunman shouting "go back to your own country" was targeted because of his ethnic origin, authorities have said as they..
Deccan Herald

United States: Privacy and Security Audits May Be Moving From Education to Enforcement - Day Pitney LLP

A March 2 article in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch and other publications, "Privacy and Security Audits May Be Moving From Education to Enforcement," reported that the Department of Health and..
Mondaq

International Women's Day 2017: Google pays tribute to female pioneers across the world

Google commemorates International Women's Day by putting together a Doodle slideshow to celebrate some of the female pioneers who have paved the way for women today. It brings together images of 13..
DNA

Sikh man shot at in US `getting back to normal`; FBI, DoJ open civil rights probe

The FBI along with the US Department of Justice (DoJ) has opened a civil rights investigation into the shooting of a Sikh man by a partially- masked gunman, who shouted "go back to your own country".
Zee News


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