Friday, November 11, 2011

[socialactionfoundationforequity:14471 2nd eNorth East Award Summit 2011 & Invitation

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Dear Friends, Well Wishers & Stakeholders,

Greetings from eNorth East Award Summit 2011!

We are all set to hold the 2nd 'eNorth East Award Summit' 2011 on November 25th, 2011 at Kohima, Nagaland. The Award Summit is to celebrate best practices in ICT for Development in the North East India Region and to deliberate, dialogue, discuss, network with stakeholders. For 2011, we have 29 Winners, Jury Special Mentions and Special Mentions to be felicitated and recognised as eNorth East Award 2011 Fellows. All the 29 final entries will have their presentations during the day apart from other presentations and speeches from experts and invited speakers. This is spread across 11 categories. The one full day Award Summit consists of Inaugural programme, 6 parallel tracks, TECHNOVA Expo and 2nd eNorth East Award 2011 Gala Evening.

The programme updates are available at http://enortheast.in

The Hon'ble Chief Minister of Nagaland, also the State IT Minister, is the Chief Guest for the 2nd eNorth East Award Summit 2011, hosted by Government of Nagaland (through Dept of IT) as Co-Organiser. During his address the Chief Minister shall announce the New State Software Technology Park and BPO/KPO schemes with an open invitation to stakeholders to enter into partnership.

We the organisers, North East Development Foundation, Dept of IT (Nagaland), YouthNet &  Elysium Tech welcome you to join this celebration and summit in the beautiful hill station of Kohima.

Interested delegates, attendees may write or call the undersigned. The registration form is available at http://enortheast.in. Filled in form may be sent at enortheast@gmail.com

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14470 One married man commits suicide every 9 minutes

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New Delhi: Is the mounting burden of responsibilities driving men to
the end of their tether? Numbers suggest so.
In India, one married man commits suicide every nine minutes. Of the
total 125,017 cases of suicide in 2008, married men alone ac-counted
for 57,639. While the number of women taking the extreme step did not
lag far behind, men appeared more vulnerable to mounting social and
economic pressures. In the case of women, the trigger was more
emotional and personal.
The overall male-female ratio of suicide victims for the year 2008
was 64:36, according to the latest data of the National Crime Record
Bureau (NCRB). The general scene is much grimmer.
The NCRB data showed youngsters were more susceptible to suicides.
Youths in the age group 15-29 years (35.7 percent) and lower middle-
aged people in 30-44 age groups (34.8 percent) were the prime groups
taking the extreme step.
Family problems (23.8 percent) and illness (21.9 percent) were found
to be the major causes of suicides besides love affairs (3.0 percent),
bankruptcy, dowry dispute and poverty (2.4 percent each) being other
reasons. In fact, suicides due to illness, drug abuse/addiction, and
poverty have shown an increasing trend.
Family problems, failure in examination and illness were driving
children to the brink. There were 2,381 cases in this category. Family
problems have also driven 10,027 youths (15-29 years), 11,363 lower
middle-aged people (30-44 years) and 6,143 upper middle-aged persons
(45-59 years) to commit suicide. Suicides among senior citizens were
mainly due to illness.

http://www.indiatribune.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1764%3Aone-married-man-commits-suicide-every-9-minutes&catid=125%3Ageneral-news&Itemid=400

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14468 India's big empty

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India's big empty
http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/ColumnsOthers/India-s-big-empty/Article1-767930.aspx

Manoj Kumar, Hindustan Times
November 11, 2011

Over the last few years, a group of us, including young
parliamentarians, have been touring India's hinterland, visiting
anganwadis, households, government officials and even political
leaders to learn, assess, engage and create a consensus that
eliminating malnutrition will be the next big thing to accomplish as a
nation.

India's Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) is the world's
largest national programme that addresses the health and nutrition
needs of those under the age of six. To many, it may seem that the
challenge lies in implementing a big scheme in an effective manner.

But the reality is far more daunting than it appears; two big macro-
level challenges confront us. First, malnutrition, which unlike say
HIV/Aids or malaria, is not a virus-borne disease and, therefore, no
amount of research to isolate the enemy works. By now it is well
established that just food or feeding will not solve the problem.

Second, the complexity and multiplicity of the reasons behind
malnutrition and very slow success rates point to the fact that the
enemy is within us. Poverty, lack of scientific temperament, gender
disparities, the marginalised role of mothers, the lack of
coordination among government departments (sanitation, rural
development, woman and child welfare, drinking water) are all factors
that both the political class and civil society are guilty of not
paying enough attention to. We have to solve the problem of
malnutrition ourselves; no foreign agency/government or research
outfit can do it for us.

If we want to ensure the health of our children, they cannot be seen
in isolation: they are part of their mothers, who are dependent on
their husbands. Unless we see this linkage, we will not achieve the
outcomes we are looking for. At the macro-level, the quality of
drinking water, sanitation provisions and the social security net
required to enable even wage-earning mothers to rest for the first few
months after delivery become crucial determinants for eliminating
malnutrition, which affects nearly one out of two children in our
country.

Malnourished children often inherit the condition or the
predisposition to the condition right in the womb of the mother. Early
marriage and early motherhood make the case so much harder to reverse.
The education, social welfare and health ministries have to complement
the child and woman welfare ministry in this fight. The statistics on
diarrhoeal deaths among children proves that there is an acute need
for aligning the water and sanitation ministries. Added to these, the
challenges of the Centre-state relations and budget allocations.

Having seen the gaps in the way the different ministries operate, one
wonders if we need to set up a constitutional body like the Election
Commission to battle this scourge. Maybe we could set up a nutrition
commission or a nutrition ministry to oversee the convergence of the
relevant schemes. The irony is that, while all our ministries are
expected to work in tandem if the child is to survive, nourished and
healthy, we have left childcare to anganwadi workers, who along with
filling datasheets about the children are also expected to handle on
an average over a 100 children. In some cases, like in villages in UP
and Bihar, this number is 500-plus.

How can we use technology to make data real time so that each child
can be tracked on a daily basis? How can we make mothers an integral
part of the ICDS programme? After the successful Self Help Group (SHG)
movement, can we proactively create the next revolution of Mothers'
Nutrition Groups in villages? They could be empowered with the
adequate knowledge, monitoring tools and decision-making powers to
meet the demands of children. Moreover, we need to make mothers aware
that breast-feeding for the first six months is a must. Plus, we need
policies to safeguard maternity leave benefits in the unorganised
sector.

Over the last few years, as a group we have demonstrated that there is
political consensus to work towards making India a malnourishment-free
nation. What is needed is the air cover to convert this into strong
policies, political will and concerted action as though we are dealing
with a national emergency.

For this civil society, media, youth and businesses need to make this
a non-negotiable agenda. If that happens, India will be the world
leader in the newly defined GNP (gross nutrition product) for
children.

Manoj Kumar is CEO, Naandi Foundation. He is a member of the Citizen's
Alliance to Fight Malnutrition. The views expressed by the author are
person.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14468 A reminder for Tamil Nadu to implement Right To Education Act

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A reminder for Tamil Nadu to implement Right To Education Act
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Chennai/article2621105.ece

STAFF REPORTER, CHENNAI, November 12, 2011

Students of Hindu Higher Secondary School, Triplicane, in rapt
attention as their principal P. Balasubramanian reads out the Prime
Minister's message on Friday. Photo: K.V.Srinivasan
Prime Minister's message read out in the morning assembly in schools

"You should study hard, ask as many questions as you can, and seek
answers to those questions. I promise that India will provide
opportunities to all of you to fulfil your hopes and dreams…" Students
of almost all schools in the city heard these words being read out in
the morning assembly on Friday.

Part of a special message they received from Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh on the occasion of National Education Day – the birth
anniversary of India's first Education Minister, Maulana Abul Kalam
Azad – it also marked the launch of the nationwide 'Shiksha Ka Haq
Abhiyan' campaign that seeks to give a push to the implementation of
the Right To Education Act. The letter was read out to students across
the country.

The Prime Minister's message serves as a strong reminder to the Tamil
Nadu Government which is yet to notify the rules of the Act. Every
time the issue was brought up in the last few months, it has given
only one answer – "very soon."

The effective implementation of the Act promises to address a host of
issues pertaining to school education and many working with children
are pinning their hopes on the Act for change.

HIV/AIDS

In a discussion here on Friday, members from 10 districts level
Networks of People Living with HIV/AIDS came together at a State-level
consultation on strengthening the implementation of the RTE Act for
Children Vulnerable to and living with HIV/AIDS (CLHA). A stigma-free
school environment is still a distant dream for such children.

A recent survey of 50 children living with HIV/AIDS conducted in six
districts of Tamil Nadu revealed that 34 per cent of children faced
discrimination in schools after their status was revealed and out of
this 94 per cent of the discrimination was caused either by the
headmaster or a teacher. The results were from a study conducted by
the Positive Women Network and the Centre for Advocacy and Research.

While the Tamil Nadu Trust for Children Affected by AIDS provides
educational, nutritional and medical support to HIV positive children,
there are limitations on resources, said S.Thennarasu, regional
coordinator (care, support and treatment), Tamil Nadu State AIDS
Control Society, stating that efforts are being made to seek more
government funding so that children can benefit.

D.Rajendran, joint director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Government of
Tamil Nadu, urged participants to use the complaint cell (28273591)
set up by the School Education Department for any child-related issue.
"Teachers will be provided counselling to sensitise them to issues
related to affected and infected children. While every teacher serves
as a counsellor to the students, teachers themselves require
counselling on some issues" he said, adding that a School Management
Committee will soon come into place with parents and children becoming
members, to find a permanent solution to the discrimination faced by
some students.

The government should ensure that CLHA be given midday meals and free
uniforms, said P.Manorama, chairperson, Child Welfare Committee.

"It is important that the rules under the RTE be released by the
government as soon as possible," said K.Shanmugavelayutham, convenor,
TN-Forces.

Awareness of the RTE Act should be a continuous process and efforts
should be made to set up the State Commission for the Protection of
Child Rights immediately, he added.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14467 SC seeks report on Pak prisoners from govt within 2 weeks

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SC seeks report on Pak prisoners from govt within 2 weeks
http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/SC-seeks-report-on-Pak-prisoners-from-govt-within-2-weeks/Article1-767635.aspx

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, November 11, 2011

The plight of a large number of Pakistani prisoners languishing in
Indian jails without trial shocked the Supreme Court on Friday. "Right
to personal liberty is the most dear Article (of the Constitution) to
us and the most precious right given to the people," said a bench
headed by

Justice RM Lodha, seeking a comprehensive status report on such
prisoners from the government.
The court gave the Centre two weeks for filing the report. "You should
take certain things seriously," the bench said.

It also directed the government to explain why four women prisoners
should not be repatriated without any delay.

The court's direction came on a public interest litigation filed by
J&K Panthers' Party chief Bhim Singh seeking the release of Pakistani
prisoners who continue to be jailed without any case pending against
them.

In January, the court had directed the Centre to release and
repatriate 61 Pakistani nationals. They were arrested more than a
decade ago on various charges such as crossing the border, causing
breach of public peace and indulging in terrorist activities. They
were in jail despite having served their sentences.

In his application, Singh claimed 300 such prisoners were still
languishing in Indian jails.

According to three separate applications filed by Singh, 752 Pakistani
prisoners are lodged in various jails.

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Re: Medarticles Help urgently with one article please!!!

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On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 4:09 PM, Manju <sudheerj99@gmail.com> wrote:
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Need full text.

Journal of Immunotoxicology, October-December 2011, Vol. 8, No. 4 :
Pages 315-323

Bresol inhibits phosphodiesterase 4 gene expression and modulates the
levels of select mediators of inflammation in human monocytic cells
R. Sandeep Varma, G. Ashok, S. Vidyashankar, K. S. Nandakumar, and
P.S. Patki
(doi: 10.3109/1547691X.2011.603389)

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/1547691X.2011.603389

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Can anyone send me this article

Eur Respir J. 2011 Jul;38(1):29-35. Epub 2011 May 12.

Properties of the COPD assessment test in a cross-sectional European study.

Source

Division of Clinical Science, St George's University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE, UK. pjones@sghms.ac.uk

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Ascorbic Acid and Vitamin A Activity in Selected Vegetables from Different Geographical Areas of the United States

Journal of Food Science

Volume 47Issue 3pages 941–945May 1982

Journal of Food ScienceVolume 47, Issue 3, pages 941–945, May 1982







Thanks and Regards,
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Synthesis of 2,2-Dimethyl-2H-chromenes
Manuel J. Cortés,* Gabriel R. Haddad, and Jaime A. Valderrama
Heterocycles
1984. Volume 22, Issue 9, Pages 1951-1954
DOI: 10.3987/R-1984-09-1951



On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 3:46 PM, Francisco Jara Castro <francisco.jarac@gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you Dharmender

Best wishes

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2011/11/11 Dharmender Rathee <rathee_dharmender04@yahoo.com>
Sorry no access available with me.
 
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Subject: Medarticles Please, I need 3 hard to find articles


Dear Friends

Please I need the next papers:

1) Prenylation of methoxyhydroquinone in aqueous acid solution and an
alternative synthesis of precocene II
M. Uchiyama, J. C. Overeem
Journal of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society,
1981. Volume: 100, Issue: 11, Pages: 408-10.
DOI: 10.1002/recl.19811001105

Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/recl.19811001105/abstract

2) Synthesis of 2,2-Dimethyl-2H-chromenes
Manuel J. Cortés,* Gabriel R. Haddad, and Jaime A. Valderrama
Heterocycles
1984. Volume 22, Issue 9, Pages 1951-1954
DOI: 10.3987/R-1984-09-1951

Link: http://www.heterocycles.jp/library/abstract.php?article=10867

3) Novel Synthesis of Prenylated Phenols and Their Antioxidant
Properties
Soumyaditya Mula, Birija S. Patro, Govind P. Kalena and Subrata
Chattopadhyay
Natural Product Communications
2006. Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Pages: 131-137

No DOI or links for this article

Thank you very much

Francisco

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Ascorbic Acid and Vitamin A Activity in Selected Vegetables from Different Geographical Areas of the United States

Journal of Food Science

Volume 47Issue 3pages 941–945May 1982

Journal of Food ScienceVolume 47, Issue 3, pages 941–945, May 1982







Thanks and Regards,
Sachin K Sonawane
M Tech IInd Year
Institute of Chemical Technology, Matunga
Mob no: 9970564408

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Hi. Could someone give me access to articles:

Ernst E, White AR.
Prospective studies of the safety of acupuncture: a systematic review.
Am J Med. 2001 ;110(6):481-5.
http://download.journals.elsevierhealth.com/pdfs/journals/0002-9343/PIIS0002934301006519.pdf


E Borud, S Grimsgaard, A White
Menopausal problems and acupuncture
Autonomic Neuroscience Volume 157, Issues 1-2, 57-62
doi:10.1016/j.autneu.2010.04.004

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Ernst E, White AR.
Prospective studies of the safety of acupuncture: a systematic review.
Am J Med. 2001 ;110(6):481-5.
http://download.journals.elsevierhealth.com/pdfs/journals/0002-9343/PIIS0002934301006519.pdf


E Borud, S Grimsgaard, A White
Menopausal problems and acupuncture
Autonomic Neuroscience Volume 157, Issues 1-2, 57-62
doi:10.1016/j.autneu.2010.04.004

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Eur Respir J. 2011 Jul;38(1):29-35. Epub 2011 May 12.

Properties of the COPD assessment test in a cross-sectional European study.

Source

Division of Clinical Science, St George's University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE, UK. pjones@sghms.ac.uk

Thanks in advance

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Need full text.

Journal of Immunotoxicology, October-December 2011, Vol. 8, No. 4 :
Pages 315-323

Bresol inhibits phosphodiesterase 4 gene expression and modulates the
levels of select mediators of inflammation in human monocytic cells
R. Sandeep Varma, G. Ashok, S. Vidyashankar, K. S. Nandakumar, and
P.S. Patki
(doi: 10.3109/1547691X.2011.603389)

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/1547691X.2011.603389

Regards
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1) Prenylation of methoxyhydroquinone in aqueous acid solution and an
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Journal of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society,
1981. Volume: 100, Issue: 11, Pages: 408-10.
DOI: 10.1002/recl.19811001105

Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/recl.19811001105/abstract

2) Synthesis of 2,2-Dimethyl-2H-chromenes
Manuel J. Cortés,* Gabriel R. Haddad, and Jaime A. Valderrama
Heterocycles
1984. Volume 22, Issue 9, Pages 1951-1954
DOI: 10.3987/R-1984-09-1951

Link: http://www.heterocycles.jp/library/abstract.php?article=10867

3) Novel Synthesis of Prenylated Phenols and Their Antioxidant
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Please I need the next papers:

1) Prenylation of methoxyhydroquinone in aqueous acid solution and an
alternative synthesis of precocene II
M. Uchiyama, J. C. Overeem
Journal of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society,
1981. Volume: 100, Issue: 11, Pages: 408-10.
DOI: 10.1002/recl.19811001105

Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/recl.19811001105/abstract

2) Synthesis of 2,2-Dimethyl-2H-chromenes
Manuel J. Cortés,* Gabriel R. Haddad, and Jaime A. Valderrama
Heterocycles
1984. Volume 22, Issue 9, Pages 1951-1954
DOI: 10.3987/R-1984-09-1951

Link: http://www.heterocycles.jp/library/abstract.php?article=10867

3) Novel Synthesis of Prenylated Phenols and Their Antioxidant
Properties
Soumyaditya Mula, Birija S. Patro, Govind P. Kalena and Subrata
Chattopadhyay
Natural Product Communications
2006. Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Pages: 131-137

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ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME

Urgent Appeal Case: AHRC-UAC-232-2011

11 November 2011
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INDIA: BSF brutally assaults and injures six innocent farmers in West Bengal

ISSUES: Torture; inhuman treatment and punishment; impunity
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Dear friends,

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information from MASUM, a human rights organisation working in West Bengal, concerning the case of torture of six innocent farmers by the Border Security Force (BSF) on mere suspicion. The incident happened when the BSF stooped the farmers for questioning while they were on their way to their farmlands. The BSF brutally assaulted the farmers until some other villagers intervened and pleaded the officers to stop. The BSF suspected the farmers to be cross-border smugglers.

The incident once again reiterates the brute force used by the BSF stationed along the Indo-Bangladesh border area against the innocent and poor villagers living in the area. Continued violence and brutality practiced by the BSF against the poor villagers, thereby alienating the community from the state, is probably an equally serious security threat to the country, in addition to infiltration of weapon, drug and human smugglers, across the Indo-Bangladesh border, against which the state or the union government has taken no creative action so far.

CASE NARRATIVE:

The victims in this case are: (1) Mr Abdur Rahman, son of Mr Ramjan Ali Sardar, aged about 27 years; (2) Mr Ramjan Sardar, son of Mr Ismail Sardar, aged about 62 years; (3) Mr Baburali Mondal, son of Mr Bahar Ali Mondal, aged about 48 years; (4) Mr Rasul Sardar, son of Mr Ramjan Sardar, aged about 36 years; (5) Mr Mahiuddin Gain, son of Mr Achmat Gain, aged about 52 years; (6) Mr Motiar Gain, son of late Mr Asmat Gain, aged about 53 years; all by occupation day-labourers and residing at Gobra village, under the jurisdiction of Swarupnagar Police Station, North 24 Parganas district, West Bengal.

The incident happened on 22 August 2011 at about 6am. At the time, the victims were moving towards their farmland carrying a bag of paddy on their head. When they reached a road crossing named "Tin Rasta More" near Gobindapur BSF Border Outpost (BOP), Gate number 18, two BSF officers in uniform from Gobindapur BOP stopped the farmers. The officers asked the victims as to what they were carrying on their head in the bag. They replied that they were carrying paddy for planting. Then the officers asked the victims to produce their identity card issued by the Election Commission of India. The victims showed their identity cards. Then the officers accused the victims of smuggling cattle on the previous night. The victims denied the allegations and they protested against the false allegation. This apparently provoked the officers and they started assaulting the victims. The officers assaulted the victims with wooden sticks and kicked and punched them. The officers also assaulted the victims with rifle butts on their head, shoulders and on their spine. The victims pleaded that they are on fast for the Muslim festival, but the officers did not pay any heed and abused the victims using filthy language even in the name of their religion. The victims soon fell on the ground while the officers continued to assault them. In the meantime some local people gathered there and told to the said officers that the victims were innocent and have never involved in smuggling. It is only then the officers let the victims go.

Once free from the custody and assault of the BSF officers, the victims returned home and sought medical treatment. They had suffered serious injuries from the assault and could not move for the next few days due to pain. They were also unable to go to work.

On 15 October the victims Abdur Rahman, Ramjan Sardar, Baburali Mondal, Rasul Sardar and Motiar Gain submitted a written complaint about the incident before the Additional Superintendent of Police, Barasat, North 24 Pargans and Mahiuddin Gain submitted a written complaint before the Superintendent of Police, Barasat, North 24 Pargans regarding the incident. However, so far the police have taken no action upon the complaint.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

The BSF is posted along the Indo-Bangladesh border to guard the border against infiltration across the border, of smugglers who smuggle weapons, drugs, cattle, rice, medicines and even people. The Indo-Bangladesh border is relatively porous and is a known transit point for terrorists into and outside India. It is reported that militants receiving training, money and weapons in Nepal and Bangladesh use the Indo-Bangladesh border as their transit point, though such transit points are not limited to border regions along West Bengal state. In addition to criminals, innocent people also cross the border, mostly at night, from Bangladesh, who comes over to India to seek job. Indians living along the border also cross the border into Bangladesh for similar purposes, including to meet relatives and even to seek medical assistance. Most of the districts in West Bengal like North 24 Parganas are poor and lack even the minimum facilities like a public health centre or hospital the closer one go to the border region. The BSF is placed on duty in these regions to prevent such illegal crossing of persons from and to India. Yet the officers posted in these border regions are notorious for using brute force with impunity against anyone they come across, as it happened in this incident.

It is also reported that many officers, stationed along the border view Muslims, by default, as terrorists and worthy of nothing more than inhuman treatment. This runs contrary to the reality that Muslims who have been living in the region for generations overwhelmingly populate the border regions of West Bengal with Bangladesh. Extrajudicial executions, rape, torture, disappearances and other forms of custodial violence is rampant along the Indo-Bangladesh border, of which the BSF plays one of the most pivotal role in perpetuating such incidents with impunity. Despite the reportage of more than 300 of such cases over the past eight years by organisations like the MASUM and the AHRC, the state or union government has done nothing to end this impasse. Over the years, the atrocities committed by the BSF against the people living in the region have largely alienated the people from the state and the state agencies. This, according to the AHRC is an equally important security risk to the country and to the region, against which the government or the authorities have taken no sensible actions so far.

SUGGESTED ACTION:
Please write to the authorities listed below asking for their urgent intervention in this case.

The AHRC is also writing a separate letter to the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment seeking interventions in this case.

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SAMPLE LETTER:

Dear __________,

INDIA: The case of rape of assault by the BSF against six innocent farmers in Gobra village of West Bengal must be investigated

Name of victims:
1. Mr Abdur Rahman, son of Mr Ramjan Ali Sardar, aged about 27 years;
2. Mr Ramjan Sardar, son of Mr Ismail Sardar, aged about 62 years;
3. Mr Baburali Mondal, son of Mr Bahar Ali Mondal, aged about 48 years;
4. Mr Rasul Sardar, son of Mr Ramjan Sardar, aged about 36 years;
5. Mr Mahiuddin Gain, son of Mr Achmat Gain, aged about 52 years;
6. Mr Motiar Gain, son of late Mr Asmat Gain, aged about 53 years;
All by occupation day-labourers and residing at Gobra village, under the jurisdiction of Swarupnagar Police Station, North 24 Parganas district, West Bengal
Alleged perpetrators:
Two BSF officers on duty on 22 August 2011 at about 6am from Gobindapur BOP, Company-E, Battalion-152, BSF under the jurisdiction of Swarupnagar Police Station, North 24 Parganas district, West Bengal
Date of incident: 22 August 2011
Place of incident: On a road crossing named "Tin Rasta More" near Gobindapur BSF BOP, Gate number 18, under the jurisdiction of Swarupnagar Police Station, North 24 Parganas district

I am writing to express my concern regarding yet another case of torture and inhuman treatment meted out by the BSF against innocent civilians living along the Indo-Bangladesh border.

The victims in this case are: (1) Mr Abdur Rahman, son of Mr Ramjan Ali Sardar, aged about 27 years; (2) Mr Ramjan Sardar, son of Mr Ismail Sardar, aged about 62 years; (3) Mr Baburali Mondal, son of Mr Bahar Ali Mondal, aged about 48 years; (4) Mr Rasul Sardar, son of Mr Ramjan Sardar, aged about 36 years; (5) Mr Mahiuddin Gain, son of Mr Achmat Gain, aged about 52 years; (6) Mr Motiar Gain, son of late Mr Asmat Gain, aged about 53 years; all by occupation day-labourers and residing at Gobra village, under the jurisdiction of Swarupnagar Police Station, North 24 Parganas district, West Bengal.

It is alleged that the incident happened on 22 August 2011 at about 6am. At the time, the victims were moving towards their farmland carrying a bag of paddy on their head. When they reached a road crossing named "Tin Rasta More" near Gobindapur BSF Border Outpost (BOP), Gate number 18, two BSF officers in uniform from Gobindapur BOP stopped the farmers. The officers asked the victims as to what they were carrying on their head in the bag. They replied that they were carrying paddy for planting. Then the officers asked the victims to produce their identity card issued by the Election Commission of India. The victims showed their identity cards. Then the officers accused the victims of smuggling cattle on the previous night. The victims denied the allegations and they protested against the false allegation. This apparently provoked the officers and they started assaulting the victims. The officers assaulted the victims with wooden sticks and kicked and punched them. The officers also assaulted the victims with rifle butts on their head, shoulders and on their spine. The victims pleaded that they are on fast for the Muslim festival, but the officers did not pay any heed and abused the victims using filthy language even in the name of their religion. The victims soon fell on the ground while the officers continued to assault them. In the meantime some local people gathered there and told to the said officers that the victims were innocent and have never involved in smuggling. It is only then the officers let the victims go.

Once free from the custody and assault of the BSF officers, the victims returned home and sought medical treatment. They had suffered serious injuries from the assault and could not move for the next few days due to pain. They were also unable to go to work.

On 15 October the victims Abdur Rahman, Ramjan Sardar, Baburali Mondal, Rasul Sardar and Motiar Gain submitted a written complaint about the incident before the Additional Superintendent of Police, Barasat, North 24 Pargans and Mahiuddin Gain submitted a written complaint before the Superintendent of Police, Barasat, North 24 Pargans regarding the incident. However, so far the police have taken no action upon the complaint.

I am also informed that the BSF is posted along the Indo-Bangladesh border to guard the border against infiltration across the border, of smugglers who smuggle weapons, drugs, cattle, rice, medicines and even people. The Indo-Bangladesh border is relatively porous and is a known transit point for terrorists into and outside India. It is reported that militants receiving training, money and weapons in Nepal and Bangladesh use the Indo-Bangladesh border as their transit point, though such transit points are not limited to border regions along West Bengal state. In addition to criminals, innocent people also cross the border, mostly at night, from Bangladesh, who comes over to India to seek job. Indians living along the border also cross the border into Bangladesh for similar purposes, including to meet relatives and even to seek medical assistance. Most of the districts in West Bengal like North 24 Parganas are poor and lack even the minimum facilities like a public health centre or hospital the closer one go to the border region. The BSF is placed on duty in these regions to prevent such illegal crossing of persons from and to India. Yet the officers posted in these border regions are notorious for using brute force with impunity against anyone they come across, as it happened in this incident.

I am informed that many officers, stationed along the border view Muslims, by default, as terrorists and worthy of nothing more than inhuman treatment. This runs contrary to the reality that Muslims who have been living in the region for generations overwhelmingly populate the border regions of West Bengal with Bangladesh. Extrajudicial executions, rape, torture, disappearances and other forms of custodial violence is rampant along the Indo-Bangladesh border, of which the BSF plays one of the most pivotal role in perpetuating such incidents with impunity. Despite the reportage of more than 300 of such cases over the past eight years by organisations like the MASUM and the AHRC, the state or union government has done nothing to end this impasse. Over the years, the atrocities committed by the BSF against the people living in the region have largely alienated the people from the state and the state agencies. This, according to the AHRC is an equally important security risk to the country and to the region, against which the government or the authorities have taken no sensible actions so far.

I therefore request you to:

1. That a judicial officer records the statements of the victims and witnesses in the case;
2. That if the statement reveals that the incident has happened as alleged, the BSF officers immediately arrested by the local police as the crime they have committed does not call for the statutory protection available for BSF officers on duty since torturing civilians is "not an act of duty";
3. That the victims provided immediate medical treatment and compensation;
4. That the state as well as union government takes all necessary actions to undertake an independent investigation into the repeated instances of violence committed by the BSF against innocent civilians and take all possible measures to end the impasse
5. That the state government provide all necessary protection to the victims as well as the witness in the case.

Yours sincerely,

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PLEASE SEND YOUR LETTERS TO:

1. Ms. Mamata Banerjee
Chief Minister
Government of West Bengal
Writers' Buildings, Kolkata - 700 001
West Bengal
INDIA
Fax: +91 33 2214 5480 / 2214 1341
Email: cm_wb@nic.in

2. Mr. Samar Ghosh, IAS
Chief Secretary
Government of West Bengal
Writers' Buildings, Kolkata - 700001
West Bengal
INDIA
Fax: +91 33 2214 4328
Email: chiefsec@wb.gov.in

3. Mr. G. D. Gautama, IAS
Additional Chief Secretary (Home)
Government of West Bengal
Writers' Buildings, Kolkata - 700001
West Bengal
INDIA
Fax: +91 33 22143001
Email: sechome@wb.gov.in

4. Mr. Naparajit Mukherjee, IPS
Director General & Inspector General of Police
Government of West Bengal
Writers Buildings, Kolkata-1
West Bengal
INDIA
Fax: +91 33 2214 4498 / 2214 5486
Email: dgp_westbengal@gmail.com

5. Mr P. Chidambaram
Home Minister
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
North Block, New Delhi 110003
INDIA
Fax: + 91 11 23093750 / 23092763
Email: hm@nic.in

6. Director General BSF
Block 10, CGO Complex
Lodhi Road, New Delhi -03
INDIA
Fax: +91 11 24360016
E-mail: probsf@yahoo.com, bsfhq@bsf.nic.in, bsf_hq@hub.nic.in, bsf_hq@bsf.delhi.nic.in


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