Des activistes d’un groupe musulman indien ont agressé jeudi en public l’écrivain bangladaise Taslima Nasreen exilée après avoir été menacée de mort par des islamistes au Bangladesh et en Inde.
Editorial: "The attack on Taslima Nasreen in Hyderabad on August 9, 2007 by legislators belonging to the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) is yet another instance of the steady criminalisation of politics in the country."
The Delhi Film Archive with History Society and Gender Forum Ramjas College present "City Walls - My Own Private Tehran", 87 minutes, Iran. A film by Afsar Sonia Shafie (present for the screening).
Quratulain Hyder (1927-2007) passed away at the age of 80 in New Delhi and was buried at the cemetery of Jamia Millia Islamia University where she had taught for a while.
The Feminist Dialogues Coordinating Group (FD-CG) announces the tragic death of our beloved colleague and sister, Bina Srinivasan, who died quite suddenly of pneumonia on August 13, 2007 in Gujarat, India.
Collected tributes to writer, researcher and activist Bina Srinivasan.
A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission.
The Indian police have filed a case against Nasrin for "creating religious tensions".
"HIV/AIDS & the Law", released in July 2007 by HRLN's 'HIV/AIDS and the Law Initiative'.
In July 2007, Pratibha Patil was elected India's first woman president.
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