Latest News:

Amnesty International

SC judgment must lead to justice for Manipur’s fake encounters, Amnesty India

The Supreme Court has offered a hope of justice for the many families in Manipur who have lost their loved ones in fake encounters, said Amnest India.

Attack on Amarnath pilgrims against the fundamental principles of humanity: says Amnesty India

Aakar Patel, Executive Director at Amnesty International India said responding to news of the killing of seven pilgrims during an attack by a suspected armed group in Botengoo, Jammu and Kashmir.

Government Must Condemne Hate Crimes Against Muslims, Rising Islamophobia

The Indian government  must ensure that there is no impunity for those responsible for public lynchings and other hate crimes against Muslims in

People Arrested For Cheering Pakistan In Cricket Must Be Immediately Released, Says Amnesty International India

he arrests of at least 19 people for celebrating the Pakistan cricket team’s victory over India in the final of a major tournament is another worrying sign

Odisha Government Must Not Ignore Forest Rights Claims On POSCO Project Site, Says Amnesty International India

The Government of Odisha must urgently process individual and community forest rights claims on land it had taken over for a POSCO project instead of transferring the land

Kashmir: Award For Soldier Suspected Of Torture Shows Disdain For Human Rights

The Indian Army’s decision to present an award to a soldier suspected of having a man tied to a moving military jeep in Jammu and Kashmir

Qatar: Abuse of migrant workers remains widespread as World Cup stadium hosts first match, says Amnesty

Migrant workers on Qatar 2022 World Cup construction sites continue to suffer abuse and exploitation, Amnesty International said on Friday (May 19) as the country’s flagship football venue hosts the first match since its redevelopment.

Institutional reforms, not death penalty, needed to end sexual violence: says Amnesty International India

In response to the Supreme Court’s verdict today in the 2012 Delhi bus gang-rape case, Amnesty International India said Institutional reforms, not death penalty, needed to end sexual violence.

Amnesty International to release Report about Attacks on Freedom of Expression (FoE) in Bangladesh

Amnesty International will be launching a report titled 'Caught between fear and repression: Attacks on Freedom of Expression in Bangladesh' at 3.30 PM today in Press Club of India, New Delhi.

China Highest Executioner, India Highest Death Sentence Presenter Says Amnesty India

China executed more people in 2016 than all other nations combined, Amnesty International said Tuesday, April 11, even as death penalties in the world decreased overall. The human rights organization estimates the Asian giant alone killed "thousands" of people, a figure based on examinations of court records and news reports.

Bangladesh & India Must Improve Human Rights Situation Alongside Bilateral Relations: Amnesty India

As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina begin a summit meeting in New Delhi to bolster bilateral relations, the leaders should also look to address the human rights challenges in both countries, Amnesty International India said today.

India must not forcibly return Rohingyas to Myanmar: Amnesty India

Human Rights group Amnesty India has urged the Indian state to not to forcibly return Rohingyas Muslims to Myanmar.

Amnesty Statement on Racist Hate Crime Against Nigerian Students in Greater Noida (UP)

Uttar Pradesh authorities must bring to justice those responsible for recent racist attacks against black African students and ensure the students’ safety, said Amnesty International India today.

Uttar Pradesh: New Chief Minister Must Retract Previous Statements Against Muslims, says Amnesty India

In statement released by the Amnesty International a UK based human rights group has here today asked the newly appointed CM of Uttar Pradesh state of India Yogi Aditiyanath

Amnesty’s Report Trashes India’s claim of being a “Great” Democracy: says Dal Khalsa

India’s claim for being a great democracy is mere farce and fraud, said Dal Khalsa. Sikh body statement says from Punjab to Kashmir, from Tamil Nadu to the North-East, incidents of rights violations are reaching gigantic proportions.

Politics Of Demonitization: Amnesty International Report Denounces India For Its Inhumane Economic Polices

UK based human rights group Amnesty International on Wednesday here today tabled a report under the heading of "Politics Of Demonitization" that elaborates

USA: Trump’s seven first steps to sabotage human rights: Amnesty International

Since taking over at the White House, US President Donald Trump has wasted little time putting into action his poisonous campaign rhetoric.

Syria Executed 13,000 Civilian at Saydnaya Prison Since 2011, Says Amnesty International

UK based human rights organisation Amnesty International on Tuesday released as a part of human rights observation in the on going civil war in Syria has

Amnesty International releases documentary film “The Cost Of Coal”

The Amnesty International here today launched a documentary film under the heading of "The Cost Of Coal" depicting the forlorn situation of

Accountability Still Missing for 1984 Sikh massacre: says Amnesty India; Insaaf ’84 Campaign Digest Launched

A Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed by the central government must not waste the opportunity to deliver justice for the 1984 Sikh massacre, said Amnesty International India today at the Chandigarh launch of a campaign digest on the massacre.

Next Page »