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Union Home Ministry asks states and UTs to end the “discriminatory” practice of “segregating prisoners and assigning tasks based on their caste”

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) recently advised all the states and the Union Territories (UTs) against the practice of "segregating prisoners and assigning tasks based on their caste",

8 Indian Navy veterans whose death sentences were reduced to jail terms can serve their sentence in Indian prison due to a 2014 India-Qatar...

These Navy officers can be brought back to India as per the agreement between India and Qatar, said Supreme Court Bar Association president Adish Aggarwala

Uyghur camps in China’s Xinjiang converted into formal prisons, detainees given lengthy sentences

The Communist Party of China (CCP) criticised and restricted the use of the Uyghur language, prohibited Islamic practices; razed mosques, shrines, and cemeteries; rewrote history to deny the longevity of Uyghur culture and its distinctiveness from Chinese culture; and excised Indigenous literature from textbooks. 

Madhya Pradesh: Session Court sends Kaleem, Hafiz, Umar, Razak, and 36 others to 7 years in prison in an 8-year-old riots case in Khandwa

There were a total of 47 accused in the case, including four minors who were released while one of the accused died. Out of the remaining 42, two got acquitted, and 40 were convicted.

Islamic cult leader Adnan Oktar of Turkey sentenced to 8,658 years in prison: Surrounded by scantily clad women he called ‘kittens’, child abuse and...

On November 16 (local time), a Turkish court sentenced 66-year-old Islamic sex cult leader Adnan Oktar to 8,658 years in prison

Days after being released from Assam jail, Jignesh Mevani gets 3 months imprisonment by Gujarat court in a 2017 case

Independent MLA Jignesh Mevani sent to jail for three months by Gujarat court in 2017 case.

West sponsored foreign mercenaries in Ukraine will not be treated as Prisoners-of-War, warns Russian military: Read details

The Russian Defense Ministry accused Great Britain, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, and Croatia of legally authorising their citizens to participate in the ongoing Ukraine war.

700 boys trapped in Syrian prison seized by ISIS used as human shields by the terrorists, NGO calls for their safe evacuation amid intense...

Almost 700 teenage boys held in a Kurdish forces run prison in Syria have become hostages of ISIS terrorists detained in the prison

Gujarat: Three Pakistani prisoners create a ruckus, abuse and assault police in JIC Bhuj, demand immediate release

Three Pakistani prisoners lodged at JIC Bhuj created a ruckus, abused and assaulted police officers, demanding their immediate release

Made in Pakistan: Scissor fails to cut ribbon, so minister uses his teeth, and people can’t stop imagining what next

Pak Minister Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan said that he was inaugurating a shop in his constituency and the blunt scissor would not work. So he displayed his skills on ribbon cutting.

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