The NGO, People's Union
for Civil Liberties (PUCL), approached the Supreme Court with a PIL on the matter.
He worked as a journeyman teacher in Southern Rhodesia and neighbouring countries while becoming active in the National Democratic Party in 1960, and then secretary-general of the Zimbabwe African People's Union
, Zapu, which was then banned.
Between 1983 and 1987, as many as 20,000 people - many connected only loosely, if at all, to the Zimbabwe African People's Union
opposition party - were murdered across southern Zimbabwe by Mugabe's notorious North Korean-trained Fifth Brigade in an operation that became known as Gukurahundi, or "the rain that washes away the chaff.
We would urge them to ensure that the convicts are never given parole," said Srivastava, national secretary of the People's Union
for Civil Liberties.
Meanwhile, an all India team of Delhi-based human rights body People's Union
for Civil Liberties at the end of a week-long visit to the Kashmir valley said that demand for Azadi is an all-pervasive voice across villages and cities, professionals and the ordinary, young and old and men and women in the territory.
New Delhi -- People's Union
of Civil Liberties (PUCL), a New Delhi-based rights body, through a resolution urged India to allow the United Nations Human Rights Council to visit Jammu and Kashmir to conduct an independent enquiry into human rights abuses in the territory.
Such a vote should be held in the spring of next year if no solution is found to "attempts at destabilizing the state and its institutions," the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union
(BZNS) says in a statement published on its website.
The Supreme Court had given the ruling in a writ petition filed by the People's Union
for Civil Liberties ( PUCL) on the rise in fake encounter killings by the police.
Thus, the book illustrates how the tension of gender roles both within and without the church manifested itself in sometimes unexpected ways: for example, how a single family could produce both a legendary woman pastor credited with mediating multiple miracles and a man--her son--who joined the armed wing of the Zimbabwe African People's Union
nationalist political party and fought in Zimbabwe's liberation war in the 1970s.
of Civil Liberties (PUCL) organised the lecture on the theme "Safeguarding Security and Sovereignty" in memory of Kannabiran, who, as its leading light, opposed State oppression, and championed the liberty of even the Left Wing extremists, who were known to be ruthless in pursuit of their political objectives.
The court gave its ruling after the People's Union
for Civil Liberties filed a petition asking it to investigate the matter.
The stay order on the execution was issued after members of the People's Union
for Democratic Rights (PUDR) approached the country's apex court.