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Biometric Passports For Indians

..., tele-enquiry, passport adalats, strengthening of grievance redressal mechanism, etc. The National Institute of Smart Government (NISG), Hyderabad has prepared a comprehensive study on passport issuance system. The implementation of this report will, inter alia, enhance further transparency in the functioning...

Bill on HIV/AIDS Delayed Further

... and lays down the obligations of the State. Under grievance redressal, the bill would help in the appointment of health ombudsman, bring in institutional obligations, usher in special proecedures in courts, and prescribes penalties for those who violate the new provisions. Lawyers Collective HIV/AIDS Unit ...

Maharashtra Cracks Down On Fake Doctors

...at the issue highlighted was concerning a personal grievance that the petitioner has against the doctor. MST...

Sexual Harassment on the Rise in Aligarh Muslim University

...ney." Disgusted, she complained to AMU's women's grievance cell and the police. Goaded into action, the university suspended Mohammed Shareef, a reader in Sanskrit. "This isn't the first complaint against Shareef. I am now being victimised for speaking up," said Asma, who wants Shareef axed. She alleges sh...

Supreme Court Quashed Reservation Quotas For PG Medical Courses

...ts set apart for the reserved categories. Their grievance was that contrary to this judgement, this year's admission bulletin stated that quota for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes candidates would be calculated on the 50 percent seats available after deducting the 50 percent all-India quota. --Edit...

Menopause pauses memory, posing unforgettable problems

...problem was not so much flawed memory, as much as grievance of forgetfulness and the manner in which these women grasp new information. Co-author and Assistant Professor of Neurology, Mark Mapstone, has said that though this mimics a memory problem the causes are different. It feels like, incapacity to recall...

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