Human Rights in South Asia

Caste Question In India: As I understand It Nivedita Dwivedi

  0 comments   |     by Nivedita Dwivedi on 12, April 2018

What follows is not meant to be an academic analysis of caste and its operation in India. Such an analysis has been do

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Legitimacy of the Kashmiris’ Struggle India’s colonial occupation

  0 comments   |     by Waseem Shehzad on 04, April 2018

India’s colonial occupation persists as an unrecognized war crime

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Hindu Nazis Target Minorities in India Alliance of criminal chief executives

  0 comments   |     by Khadijah Ali on 03, April 2018

Alliance of criminal chief executives feeds oppression of minorities India is a land of contrasts. Given its size, this is understandabl

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Indian troops kill 20, injure more than 100 in Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Observer News on 01, April 2018

Indian troops kill 20, injure more than 100 in Kashmir   Two-day strike against killings Srinagar In occupied Kashmir, the Indian troops in their fresh acts of state terrorism martyred 17 youth and injured as many as 100 in Shopian and Is-lamabad districts in a single day, today. The youth were killed during cordon and search operations, launched by

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The Absurdity of the New ‘Great Game’ in Central Asia

  0 comments   |     by By Lyle J. Goldstein on 24, March 2018

When the American people went to the polls in November 2016, they could be forgiven for thinking they had elected a president who might just bring the troops home from Afghanistan. After nearly seventeen years of grinding war in that poor, desolate and ultimately i

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Stop The Increasing Violence Against Dalits

  0 comments   |     by Vidya Bhushan Rawat on 22, March 2018

Minister does not leave an opportunity to quote Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar. RSS has been calling him ‘pratahsmarniya’

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Say The Word’: What The Rohingya Struggle Is Really About

  0 comments   |     by Dr Ramzy Baroud on 21, March 2018

Pope Francis lost a historical opportunity to truly set his legacy apart from previous Popes. Alas, for him, too, political expediency trumped all else. In his visit to Burma (Myanmar) on November 27, he refrained from u

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Do Not Forget The Anti-Sikh Pogrom of 1984! Peoples Union for Democratic Rights

  0 comments   |     by Cijo Joy and Anushka Singh on 20, March 2018

31 October 2017 – thirty three years have passed since the anti-Sikh pogrom carried out in Delhi between 31st October and 4

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Twenty Five Years of Babari Masjid Demolition : An Attack On The Constitution Of India

  0 comments   |     by Vidya Bhushan Rawat on 19, March 2018

On August 7th 1990 VP Singh announced his government’s decision to accept Mandal recommendations that ensured 27% quota for Other Backward Communities. The Sava

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Insurgencies in Manipur: politics & ideology

  0 comments   |     by M. S. Prabhakara on 17, March 2018

Among all the North Eastern states of India, Manipur is the worst affected in terms of militancy and insurgency. Today, there are at least 12 insurgent outfits active in the state and even today the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, imposed by the Government of India remains in force in the state. The reign of terror has continued in other forms like attackin

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