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Human Rights Abuse in India

Speech of S. Paramjit Singh Mand (Sikh Youth of Punjab) On Human Rights Day

The pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa here on Sunday organised an event on World Human Rights Day (10th December) and expressed solidarity

Document On UAPA Cases In Punjab Released by Lawyers and Activists In Chandigarh

A document report prepared by Advocate Jaspal Singh Manjhpur, pertaining to the misuse of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) in order

Will Hold Protest March On 10th Dec Against Sikh Human Rights Violations & Injustice In Punjab: Dal Khalsa

To protest against growing and persistent violations of Sikh human rights in Punjab, the pro-freedom group of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa will hold a march

Human Rights Activists At Serious Risk In India & Across The Globe, Says Amnesty International

It is estimated that around 3,500 human rights defenders and activists have been killed worldwide since 1998. Talking about the global figure for the year 2016, it

Dal Khalsa To UN: When Will ‘Butcher of Sikhs’ Be Punished, Will Organise Protest March On Dec 10

While addressing a press conference the pro-freedom group Dal Khalsa stated that Indian security forces and police continue to violate Sikh human rights

Dalit Rights Activist Chandrashekhar Azad’s Detention Is A Mockery Of Law: Amnesty International India

The arrest and detention of Dalit rights activist Chandrasekhar Azad under the National Security Act a day after he was granted bail is a brazen attempt

Central Govt Terms Rohingya’s Refugees As Threat To ‘National Security’ In Affidavit Filed In SCI

In an attempt to bolster its efforts to get Rohingya refugees deported due to their faith being problematic for the ruling elite, the Union home ministry

Ensure Thorough And Impartial Investigations Into Gorakhpur Tragedy

Authorities must ensure thorough, independent and impartial investigations into the deaths of 70 children at Baba Raghav Das (BRD) Medical College between

Restricting Travel Of Taslima Nasreen Unjustified Says Amnesty International India

Stopping Taslima Nasreen from visiting Aurangabad simply because a political party didn’t want her there marks a worrying capitulation by Maharashtra authorities

Sikhs & Kashmiri Protest Jointly Against Indian PM Modi’s Visit To White House

As per the media reports emanating from USA the diaspora Sikh and Kashmiri protesters  waved black flags and chanted slogans against India s Prime

NGO’s Sought UN’s Active Role For Restoration Of Political & Human Rights In Troubled

Various NGO's representing different people's and region gathered at Geneva and passed a resolution condemning respective governments for suppressing civil,

SASG Urges UN Special Rapporteur to Investigate the Spiral of Human Rights Violations in India

The London based human rights organization South Asia Solidarity Group (SASG) has launched an online petition urging UN Special Rapporteur Rita Izsák-Ndiaye

UN’s Term ‘Indian Administered Kashmir’ Used To Address The State Of Kashmir ‘Irks’ India

As reported by the media the Indian government here today claimed that the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir is an "integral part of India" and therefore

‘Rude Acts Of Mere Instinct’ Civil Liberties & Democratic Rights Body On Human Shield Issue

Civil liberties and Democratic Rights organizations have for long argued that using Indian Army to prosecute war against our own people is to fight an ignoble war,

India’s CRPF Officer Fled’s Canada To Escape Tentative Arrest In Rights Abuse Case

A retired CRPF official from India Tejinder Dhillion who was last week (23rd May) denied entry into Canada, but bowing to pressure from the Indian government Canada

Controversial Indian Army Major Gogoi Was Awarded “On The Spot” By Army Chief: Media Reports

As per the media reports for is his cowardly and inhumane act of tying a Kashmiri youth on the fender of his jeep the controversial Indian army Major Leetul Gogoi

Impunity, Discrimination Aand Repression Of Dissent, India’s human rights review at the UN

Amnesty International a UK based human rights group here on Thursday (4th May) will table a report at the UN Human Rights Council.

UN Review Should Condemn The Crackdown On Rights Group By India: HRW

The Human Rights Watch a US based rights advocacy group has here today tabled a report in which it has asked the UN's human rights wing to condemn India's

India: Perpetration Of Violence & Terror In The Guise Of ‘Gau Rakshak’

New York: The USA based Human Rights Watch an organisation working for safeguarding the rights of oppressed here on Thursday (27th April) as part of human ...

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

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