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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.

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.

Five Years On, No Justice for Sikh Youth Killed in Police Firing in Gurdaspur

An Indian Court's decision to issue "Black Warrants" of Sikh political prisoner Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana- commanding his execution on March 30, 2012 had triggered waves of strong protests Sikhs in Punjab.

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.

Amnesty Demands Independent Investigation Into Gang-Rape Of Advasi Women By MP Police

The Madhya Pradesh government must ensure an independent and impartial investigation into the allegedgang-rape and sexual assault of four Adivasi women by police personnel

Killing of innocent child in Kupwara- An outcome of recent threat statement of Indian army chief: Hurriyat

Hurriyat Conference maintains that killing of innocent baby was an outcome of recent threat statement of Indian army chief against militants families.

Modi, Hindu nationalism and the criminalisation of Muslims: South Asia Solidarity Group Event in London on March 17

South Asian Solidarity Group (SASG) is going to hold an event on topic: "Modi, Hindu nationalism and the criminalisation of Muslims" to commemorate the 15th anniversary of genocidal massacre of Muslims in Gujarat.

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

Free Speech and Academic Freedom under Threat in Indian Universities: says Amnesty India

Academic freedom in universities must be protected recent events at Ramjas college in Delhi illustrate the growing threat to freedom of expression on Indian university campuses, said Amnesty International India.

Behbal Kalan Firing: Criminal Complaint filed against Cops in Faridkot Court

Resham Singh has demanded legal action against the then Moga SSP Charanjit Sharma, the then Faridkot SP Bikramjit Singh and the then SHO Bajakhana Amarjit Singh Kular.

Bombay HC Judge Consider the Religion of Decease (Islam) a favourable point for Murder Accused Hindutva activists

A judge of Bombay high court said that the fact of deceased belonging to a different religion (Islam) was a favourable point for the accused persons (Hindus).

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.

World Sikh Organization (WSO) Statement on International Human Rights Day

Today we mark International Human Rights Day. On this day in 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Sikh Bodies Remember victims of Enforced Disappearances in Punjab on Human Rights Day

From the juncture of seeking justice for the police firing victim to the point of children eagerly waiting their parents who were disappeared or faced custodial deaths – the painful side of the two-decade old Punjab conflict came to the fore on 68th International Human Rights Day.

“Enforced Disappearances in Punjab” : Sikh Bodies Remembers Victims on World Human Rights Day.

From the juncture of seeking justice for the alleged police firing victim to the point of children eagerly waiting their parents who were disappeared

Monika Kumar On Gujarat Files Book, Its Punjabi Translated Version and Rana Ayyub

This is full video recording of speech by Monika Kumar on Gujarat Files book, its Punjabi translation and Rana Ayyub. It was recorded at Prachin Kala Kendar, Sector 36, Chandigarh on December 04, 2016.

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.

1991 Fake Encounter: Ropar Court Acquits 4 Cops, including Ex-DGP SK Sharma, on ‘benefit of doubt’

A trial court in Ropar (Rupnagar) on December 3, 2016 acquitted four Punjab police personnel, including former Punjab director general of police SK Sharma, in case 1991 fake encounter case while reportedly granting "benefit of doubt" to the accused.

VIDEO NEWS REPORT: Nabha Jailbreak Incident & Police Firing at Car Near Samana

This is news report regarding reported jailbreak at Maximum Security Jail, Nabha and police firing on a car near Samana which resulted in death of a 25 years old girl named Neha.

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