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Centre accused of being anti-women for observing ‘Muslim women rights day’

The Siasat Daily 02 Aug 2021
The current nationwide outpouring of condemnation including over 650 citizens – Muslim and non-Muslim women, men and trans persons, women rights activists, human rights activists, academics, students, and hundreds of citizens across India have issued a strong statement today.
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NSUI holds protests over Pegasus snooping row

Yahoo Daily News 02 Aug 2021
New Delhi, Aug 2 (PTI) Activists of the National Students' Union of India on Monday staged a protest here against the Centre over the Pegasus snooping row ... sitting judge besides scores of business persons and activists in India were targeted for hacking through the spyware.
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Off and on

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 02 Aug 2021
A recent investigation into phone hacking by a global media consortium has caused political uproars in France, India, Hungary and elsewhere after researchers found scores of journalists, human rights activists and politicians on a leaked list of what were believed to be potential targets of an Israeli hacker-for-hire company.
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Better cellphone security is two simple steps away, says the NSA

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 02 Aug 2021
A recent investigation into phone hacking by a global media consortium has caused political uproars in France, India, Hungary and elsewhere after researchers found scores of journalists, human rights activists and politicians on a leaked list of what were believed to be potential targets of an Israeli hacker-for-hire company.
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Police open investigation in southern India after 300 stray dogs found dead

The Independent 02 Aug 2021
At least 300 street dogs were allegedly poisoned and killed, after which the carcasses were dumped in a pit near a lake in southern India’s Andhra Pradesh state, according to an animals rights activist ... .
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SC to hear pleas seeking probe into Pegasus row on August 5

Beijing News 01 Aug 2021
The Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana and Justice Surya Kant will hear pleas seeking a court-monitored probe into the reports of the government allegedly using Israeli software Pegasus to spy on politicians, activists, and journalists, on August 5.
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Pegasus row: Supreme Court to hear pleas seeking probe on August 5

Live Mint 01 Aug 2021
The Supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana and Justice Surya Kant will hear pleas seeking a court-monitored probe into the reports of the government allegedly using Israeli software Pegasus to spy on politicians, activists, and journalists, on August 5.
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Pegasus Snoopgate: SC To Hear Plea Seeking Court-Monitored Probe on 5 Aug

Yahoo Daily News 01 Aug 2021
Separate petitions have been filed by senior journalists N Ram and Sashi Kumar and CPI(M) Rajya Sabha MP John Brittas as reports revealed that over 300 Indian journalists, activists, Opposition leaders, sitting ministers and businessmen were spied on using the Israeli NSO-made Pegasus spyware.
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Turn off, turn on: Simple step can thwart phone hackers

Longview News-Journal 01 Aug 2021
A recent investigation into phone hacking by a global media consortium has caused political uproars in France, India, Hungary and elsewhere after researchers found scores of journalists, human rights activists and politicians on a leaked list of what were believed to be potential targets of an Israeli hacker-for-hire company.
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Invasive Israeli Spyware Endangers Human Rights Advocates Globally

OWP 01 Aug 2021
Ultimately, the invasion of Pegasus into a personal phone is extremely dangerous for activists ... For instance, data collected from “over 50,000 phone numbers,” by Forbidden Stories show that activists from countries Azerbaijan, India, Saudi Arabia, and Mexico may have been targets of Pegasus.
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Blot on growth map: How Delhi's Naraina village shrank into the alleys of darkness

The Times of India 01 Aug 2021
Earlier, landholdings were divided among brothers, now floors are divided among brothers and our children will have to divide the rooms on a floor,” rued Paras Tyagi, social activist and founder of NGO CYCLE India, which seeks implementation of public policy.
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How Delhi's Naraina village shrank into alleys of darkness

The Times of India 01 Aug 2021
Earlier, landholdings were divided among brothers, now floors are divided among brothers and our children will have to divide the rooms on a floor,” rued Paras Tyagi, social activist and founder of NGO CYCLE India, which seeks implementation of public policy.
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Protesting farmers not to oppose Haryana BJP’s Tiranga Yatra

Indian Express 01 Aug 2021
This is India’s flag ... Echoing similar sentiments, activist Yogendra Yadav, too, issued an appeal to the farmers on the behalf of Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), which is spearheading the farmers’ movement against the three contentious farm laws ... India’s G.O.A.T (Grittiest Of All Time)SportsGetting a medal in Tokyo a wonderful moment.
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‘A Parsi could belong to any religion or none’: Coomi Kapoor

Indian Express 01 Aug 2021
Parsis pride themselves for having no caste system, unlike most of India ... Parsis refers to the racial stock of descendants of Zoroastrians who fled Persia and migrated to India because of religious persecution centuries ago ... Madame Cama is one of India’s most inspiring feminists, but she is not the first Parsi feminist.
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Pimpri-Chinchwad civic polls: BJP launches Mission 100+, NCP ropes in Parth Pawar

Indian Express 01 Aug 2021
India Women coach Marijne endures anxious wait before happy endingEgypt officials say militants attack kills 5 troops in SinaiTokyo 2020 ... Amit Panghal boxed outDespite downpour, flooding, landslides in states, all-India July rain ends below normalHope L&T will get into developing missiles. Gujarat Deputy CMTokyo Olympics Day 9 India Schedule.
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