Issues and Debates

Human Rights in South Asia

Will There Ever Be Justice For Rohingya Muslims?

Posted By Dr Arshad M Khan | October 19, 2018

Ahmed, a Rohingya refugee man cries as he holds his 40-day-old son, who died as a boat capsized in the shore of Shah Porir Dwip while crossing … There is an image engraved in our minds of a stoic, reserved, elegant Aung San Suu Kyi unbending in her struggle against Burma’s generals for democracy, and we assumed for human rights. Last year, when the ref

Dalit Rights

Republic of Caste supremacists - Vidya Bhushan Rawat

Posted By Vidya Bhushan Rawat | October 16, 2018

‘Democracy day’ was being celebrated yesterday on social media where political leaders ‘greeted’ their ‘bhakts’ and hailing India as one of the ‘biggest’ democracies of the world. Things are moving so fast these days that it has become too difficult to focus. The power of information sharing has reduced the power of ‘thinking’. Visual wo

TERRORISM

Kashmir burns and the world conscience sleeps - Kashmir has been turned

Posted By admin | October 01, 2018

Kashmir has been turned into a graveyard by Indian state and the narratives by chauvinistic Indian media are blatantly generating more hatred against Kashmir and Kashmiris. Another year started with gruesome scenes when Kashmir is engulfed with deadly silence, with tangled concertina wires

Indigenous People

Republic of Caste supremacists - Vidya Bhushan Rawat

Posted By Vidya Bhushan Rawat | October 16, 2018

‘Democracy day’ was being celebrated yesterday on social media where political leaders ‘greeted’ their ‘bhakts’ and hailing India as one of the ‘biggest’ democracies of the world. Things are moving so fast these days that it has become too difficult to focus. The power of information sharing has reduced the power of ‘thinking’. Visual wo