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IN 2010, Deepak Puri and Shareen Punian, a San Francisco-based Indian-American couple, organised a fundraiser for San Francisco’s high profile district attorney for six years, then running for the post of California’s attorney-general. They had only learned recently that that district attorney was “one of their peeps”, a woman whose mother was an Indian immigrant. Hence the fundraiser.
“This is white supremacy. This is institutionalised racism,” Aaisha Joseph, an executive assistant in New York City, posted on Microsoft Corp's LinkedIn in early June, calling out the Black leadership vacuum at tech giants.
PETALING JAYA: The legal fraternity has paid tribute to the late former Court of Appeal judge Datuk Karam Chand Vohrah (pic) – also known as KC Vohrah.
THE University of Reading Malaysia (UoRM), the international branch campus of the University of Reading UK, welcomed its first batch of law students in September last year.
THE increase in cybercrimes has given rise to the need for more cybercrime lawyers.
We should not take our democracy for granted. The right to vote is the essence of a democratic country.
With her flashing rings, green-streaked hair and "Hack the patriarchy" laptop stickers, Nighat Dad is a digital warrior.
NEW DELHI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Days after Anas Hussain was killed in his hometown of Nehtaur in northern India during an anti-government protest last month, an online crowdfunding campaign raised 1 million rupees (nearly $14,000) to help his family.