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Press Release - Third National Save Girl Child Summit concluded at New Delhi

Press Release   Third Save Girl Child Summit held in New Delhi, on 29 th and 30 th May 2012     The Beti Bachao abhiyaan, a committee of 21 members including human rights activist Faisal Khan, Dr. Arnav, organized the third Save Girl Child Summit on 29 th and 30 th May 2012. The motive was to spread the word to stop female foeticide and to decide the plan of action. The previous summit was held in Haryana.   This summit was a collaboration of many NGOs including GSDS, Asha Parivar, Khudai Khidmatgar, NAPM, Mission Bhartiyam, Centre for human rights and social welfare, Aman Uday, Beti Bachao Abhiyaan, ICAN, Mata Sita rani sewa sansthan and others.   On the first day, there were two sessions. In the first session, the issue was discussed by Swami Agnivesh, human rights activists Kumud from Bhopal, Shiba Rani, Aruna from Delhi and a woman Sarpanch.   Swami Agnivesh said, "We should not discriminate against women. Men and women have


NHRC shots notice to Centre, JK Govt (ACTIONA TAKEN ON APPEAL OF MISSION BHARTIYAM) Srinagar, May 12: National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued show-cause notice to Centre and J&K Government over the killing of a youth in Boniyar area of Uri by Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel in January this year. Altaf Ahmad Sood, 22, was shot dead by CISF men when people were protesting against shortage of electricity in the area. The Commission, which took cognizance of the killing on the complaint of Imtiyaz Ahmed Khan, President, Manavadhikar (Emergency Helpline Association) and Ravi Nitesh (Mission Bhartiyam) ,has asked for a report from Director General CISF and Senior Superintendent of Police Baramulla over the matter. The killing had evoked strong demonstrations in Uri area prompting the state government to order an inquiry and register a case against CISF men. Sood, according to locals, was not part of the protest demonstration against power shortage an

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति : राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार आयोग ने मिशन भारतीयम की अपील पर मांगी रिपोर्ट

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति  PRESS RELEASE राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार आयोग ने मिशन भारतीयम की अपील पर मांगी रिपोर्ट    बस्ती जनपद में १० मार्च को जिला कारागार में हुए गोली काण्ड पर मिशन भारतीयम ने राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार आयोग में शिकायत दर्ज की . ११ मार्च को दाखिल की गयी अप्पील और उस पर मानवाधिकार आयोग से बराबर संपर्क करते रहने का नतीजा हुआ की आयोग ने प्रशासन से उक्त सन्दर्भ में सुचना उपलब्ध कराये जाने को कहा.  पीड़ित जेल कैदियों में से एक के पारिवारिक सदस्य ने भी उक्त घटना की शिकायत दर्ज की. रवि नितेश ने बस्ती जनपद के स्थानीय अखबारों का हवाला देते हुए बताया की आपातकालीन सेवाएं भी समुचित ढंग से उपलब्ध नहीं कराई गयी , यहाँ तक की अक्सीज़ंअन  मास्क भी उपलब्ध नहीं कराये जा सके .  शिकायत की गंभीरता को देखते हुए , आयोग ने रवि नितेश की अपील को केस संख्या ७५१२/२४/१५ /२०१२ द्वारा दर्ज किया और इस सम्बन्ध में डी. जी . (कारागार ), उत्तर प्रदेश को नोटिस जारी करके रिपोर्ट प्रस्तुत करने को कहा. आयोग ने मामले की जांच स्वयं भी शुरू कर दी है.  उक्त सन्दर्भ में मिशन भारतीयम की ओर से जारी एक विज्ञप्ति

Artists for Cause

An artist expresses himself through his art. We can see colours but an artist feels them, talks with them. He makes sense of his surroundings, his life, his own emotions and the society through colours, exploring their intensity. For him, the problem and the solution lie in colours.   In prehistoric times, art was a form of magic. The artist felt himself as a magician who through his art would make what he wanted to achieve. They would not only recreate but would also try to create new things. We, at Mission Bhartiyam, would try to build a platform for the art magicians to exercise their magic. They can sketch and act. These artists can add colours not only to the canvas but also to the society.   We plan to build a platform for young artists of the various fields of art (painting/sketching/acting etc) to send out a message for our society through their art. We plan to organize street painting, paintings in lawns and nukkad nataks to spread awareness in


The first Kargil Film Festival is being organized from 19th May 2012. Applicants can send their films to the festival till 15th May 2012. For more information, log on to Awam Ka Cinema is organizing its first Kargil Film Festival from 19-20 May 2012. Meaningful cinema that focuses on social issues rather than monetary has very limited audience  which is often scattered and distributed across the different parts of the world. It becomes difficult for the filmmakers to reach out to such audience with this cinema. It is with this thought as the driving force that Awam Ka Cinema has been making relentless efforts for the past three years to organize the film festival in Kargil. It will be the first cultural festival of its kind in the history of Laddakh region. Some remarkable and meaningful films will be showcased during the festival. This film festival will prove to be an unusual gift for the people of Laddakh. The festival will also be an o


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Third Save Girl Child Summit - New Delhi

Dear friends, It is a matter of shame that still so many daughters in India are being killed even before they step into the world .The ample amount of talks that are done in favour of nonviolence and religion in our country , but inspite of that this inhuman act goes on which is a matter of great concern and shame to us . In the entire nation many people are working against this inhuman act . we are also working together for last 6 to 7 years in the state of Haryana for the same cause. in 2010 after talks were held among our people in Haryana , it was decided that states which are most adversely affected by female foeticide , the members of “ Beti Bachao “ will come together on single platform to come to common consensus and device a common plan of action . On 24th and 25th march 2010 in Ambala district of Haryana 70 members from approximately 10 states held two days national meet to discuss with serious concern the issue of female foeticide . We came to certain conclusions an