NHRC asks govt. to ensure social security entitlements for impoverished families

Rights activist and Supreme Court lawyer Radhakanta Tripathy had earlier on 25 November last year filed 2,621 petitions before the National Human Rights Commission seeking redressal of grievances of common men regarding the unavailability of social welfare schemes and basic amenities in Koraput district and Keonjhar districts of Odisha.

Lakhimpur: Akhilesh demands Rs 2 crore ex-gratia, govt jobs for kin

Akhilesh said, "I met all the families of the deceased and all of them want justice. I expect that the truth will come out. There are several cases where justice had not been served. National Human Rights Commission has given the report where Uttar Pradesh has the most numbers of custodial deaths."

TN cops, their families to get well-being training

A diploma course to the 246 well-being master trainers was inaugurated virtually on Wednesday by the DGP Sylendra Babu. Dr Pratima Murthy, Director of the NIHMANS, presided over the function and delivered a lecture to the well-being trainers

Families of condo victims bond together

There has been a sort of shift I think toward acceptance but also obviously with that comes some sadness, said Maggie Castro, a Miami-Dade firefighter and paramedic