Published on 03 March 2013
Freedom of speech cry by ex-officers, The Telegraph
The Telegraph 08 July 2020 Former civil servants say the coronavirus pandemic has been used as an excuse for curbing freedom of speech across states Nearly a hundred former civil servants — all of who have retired from top positions in the bureaucracy — have picked up cudgels for the citizens’ right to freedom of […]
Tarun Gogoi dies of post-Covid complications at 86, The Telegraph
The Telegraph 24 November 2020 He served as chief minister for 5,485 days, from May 18, 2001, to May 24, 2016, covering three straight terms Tarun Gogoi, Assam’s longest-serving chief minister who had helped the state “breathe freely again” after years of insurgency, died of post-Covid complications at the Guwahati Medical College Hospital on Monday […]
ASCCSA 2014-Can the gaps to prevent CSA in juvenile homes be addressed?
HEAL – Help Eradicate Abuse through Learning Published on Jul 15, 2014 Mr. Suhas Chakma is the Director of Asian Centre for Human Rights. At ASCCSA 2014, he talks about his research with government homes for juveniles in India. This is followed by a discussion about the existing gaps in these homes and how to […]