The Hindu reports:
The Delhi High Court has asked the city government to respond to a petition challenging its decision to disclose photographs and IQ scores of 59 mentally-challenged women lodged in Asha Kiran homes in the Capital.
A Bench of Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice C. Hari Shankar issued the notice on a plea by NGO Prahari Sahyog Association, which has contended that releasing the photographs and IQ scores of the women amounts to “discrimination”.
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