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Williamson County, Texas and AALDEF settle federal voting rights lawsuit on interpreters at polling places

Image courtesy of the Williamson County Commis...

Image courtesy of the Williamson County Commissioner's Court (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In the settlement, Williamson County agreed to revise its Poll Worker Training Guide to allow voters to be assisted by a person of their choice inside the voting booth, consistent with the Voting Rights Act. The county also agreed to retrain poll workers to accept all interpreters, regardless of their registration status, and to maintain a file record of any written complaints received by the county.

Kangana Ranaut Accuses Hrithik Roshan of Hacking e-Mail Accounts

Actress Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut (WBRi File Photo)

Advocate Rizwan Siddiquee states that "My client Ms. Kangana Ranaut has alleged that Mr. Hrithik Roshan was continuously hacking her email accounts due to which she was forced to shut and abandon her two primary email accounts more than 8 months ago. These allegations was also contained in my counter notice cum reply dated 1st March 2016, to which Hrithik has still not replied to despite lapse of more than fifty (50 days).

Kangana Ranaut - Hrithik Roshan Case: Cops not coming for Kangana - Lawyer

Hrithik Roshan (WBRi File Photo)
Hrithik Roshan (WBRi File Photo)

Advocate Rizwan Siddiquee states that "I have been receiving calls from media persons since last 2 hours. They have been told by Hrithik Roshan's PR team that Police is coming to meet Kangana today. That's a blatant lie as no one is visiting Kangana, as has been communicated by Hrithik's team. My client is not a coward to disappear suddenly. We have always been handling the matter legally and without any fear."

Kangana Renaut's Lawyer Questions Cops in Hrithik Roshan Imposter Case

English: Hrithik with his wife Suzanne, (on ex...

English: Hrithik with his wife Suzanne, (on extreme right) and sister-in-law in the middle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Advocate Rizwan Siddiquee states that “I have in my letter to the DCP, questioned the Police on various aspects. In all fairness the first thing that I have asked them is that when Hrithik Roshan in his complaint  made to the Police in December 2014, claims to have gained knowledge of an imposter from many people including his fans and people from the film industry then why has no one been questioned till now in the said matter. This could mean only one thing i.e. either Hrithik Roshan publicly lied about various people giving him information about an imposter or the Police did not do their job diligently as was required under Section 154 of CRPC, and close the matter by filing an appropriate report in time. The Police were of course not waiting for good 15 mooknths after having received first hand information of a cognizable offence from Hrithik in December 2014, to suddenly delete the names of all other witnesses as reported in media and name Kangana in the month of March 2016, and then thereafter they suddenly go on a wild goose chase as if they are searching for some stolen national treasure”.

Related: Cops Not Interested in Kangana Ranaut's Laptop

AALDEF Marks One-Year Anniversary of Announcement of Expanded DACA and New DAPA Program

U.S. Supreme Court building.

U.S. Supreme Court building. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today is the first anniversary of President Obama’s announcement of the expansion of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the creation of a new deferred action program for parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who have been in the U.S. for at least five years (DAPA). Although implementation was to begin on Feb. 18, 2015 for expanded DACA and May 19, 2015 for DAPA, these deferred action initiatives have been blocked by a federal district court since February 16.  On Nov. 9, a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit issued its long-delayed decision upholding the lower court’s hold on DAPA and expanded DACA.

Parineeti Chopra blames the makers about sexual harassment prank on Bigg Boss, apologises publicly

Parineeti Chopra admitted in the media that her sexual harassment prank on Bigg Boss was designed as demanded by the creative team of the reality show. "In every reality show you’re given a script. You are told what you have to do so you have to go with the makers,"

Arjun Rampal fights for the safety of abused elephant Sunder

Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal, along with PETA representatives, met Maharashtra State Forest Minister Dr Patangrao Kadam at his residence to hand-deliver a letter. 

Asian American Groups Rejoice Ruling Striking Down PA's Discriminatory Voter ID Law

 Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) and the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA) applaud the ruling by a state judge that has struck down the law requiring Pennsylvania's voters to show photo identification at the polls

Gender Gap in Earning More Significant for Asian Americans than Whites : A Study

New York, NY -- A new policy paper on educational achievement and earning power of Asian Americans challenges the model minority stereotype of Asian Americans as universally high achievers. The policy brief, released by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) and written by Alejandro Covarrubias and Daniel Liou, highlights new statistics from Covarrubias and Liou’s in-depth study “Asian American Education and Income Attainment in the Era of Post-Racial America,” released by Teachers College at Columbia University.

Former Big Boss contestant, 'Spare Me' girl Pooja Misrra fighting hard for justice

Pooja Misrra

Pooja Misrra recently lodged a police complaint for the harrassment she has faced in the past 9 years for no fault of hers .That's not all she has also vacated her house where a lot of nefarious activities were taking place from the past few years.

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