PUCL

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PUCLPeople's Union For Civil Liberties (India)
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The PUCL in a statement issued after its meeting in Delhi also demanded the release of human rights activist Khurram Pervez detained under black law Public Safety Act.
(157) Reasoning that an inability to eat constitutes a "deprivation of life and limb," the PUCL argued that the failure of certain promised government schemes to feed the poor in Rajasthan constituted a violation of Article 21 when interpreted in light of Article 47 of the non-justiciable "Directed Principles of State Policy," which directs the state to regard raising the level of nutrition as among its "primary duties." (158) The court agreed and ordered a broad remedy vastly increasing payments by the Government of India to food programs, setting out a minimum provision of grains and nutritious food and the implementation of specific procedures for food distribution.
6 that Castaneda could stay on the Lima ballot even though he had withdrawn his candidacy five days earlier because his resume had stated he graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PUCL) when he had really graduated from the Universidad de San Martin de Porres (USMP).
We have managed 1498 cases with PUCL and thirty five cases with PCCL.
NGOs such as the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS-India) and the People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) opposed these moves, saying that the Amendments were an attack on Freedom of Speech and amounted to censorship (Prakash, 2012b; Subramanian, 2011b).
Earlier, an Indian NGO People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) had appealed to New Delhi to issue an advisory to all states to ensure protection of Pakistani prisoners in their areas in the wake of attack and death of Singh in Pakistan.
Meanwhile, some activists of People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) gathered at Cubbon Park in Bangalore to hold a protest march towards the Raj Bhawan to express solidarity with the people of Tamil Nadu opposing the Kudankulam project.
He is also the national vice president of the People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), which has sent out fact finding teams to affected areas and revealed gross human rights violations.
People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), whose vice-president is Dr Sen, published reports which found the state to be waging a war against its own people.
"Analysis of theJ& K Permanent Resident Bill." PUCL Bulletin, April 2004.
In a study entitled The Death Penalty in India: a Lethal Lottery, which looks at about 700 Supreme Court judgments in death penalty cases from 1950-2006, Amnesty and PUCL advocate the abolishment of the death penalty in India, stating "the administration of the death penalty in India is manifestly flawed and fraught with error."
PUCL Bulletin, (http:// www.pucl.org/Topics/Dalit-tribal/2003/adivasi.htm) Accessed on 09-01-2009.