Human Rights in South Asia

India and its colonial and antidemocratic ways in Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

This is an opportunity to explore a vexing but significant topic in the field of human rights: the Right of Self-determination. The right of self-determination has been celebrated for ages. It is a basic principle of the United Nation Charter which has been reaffirmed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and applied countless times to the settlement of inte

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Women Safety in India and National Pride: Reuters Foundation Report

  0 comments   |     by Jayashubha

With the release of the report titled ‘The most dangerous countries for Women – 2018’ by Thomson Reuters foundation whi

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Three Civilians Including A Teenage Girl Killed In Kashmir

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Three civilians including a teenage girl were killed allegedly in government forces action during clashes in Redwani ar

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London Institute of South Asia (LISA) in The House of Lords

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Address of Saeed Ismat, Chairman, London Institute of South Asia (LISA) in The House of Lords On 20 June 2018 “Discussion and LISA Book Award 2018” "In the name of God,

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LONDON INSTITUTE OF SOUTH ASIA BOOK AWARD 2018

  0 comments   |     by Mr Elias Davidsson

Mr Elias Davidsson book “The Betrayal of India” Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence is an investigative work par excellence; it is monumental, thorough and detailed. It is free of filler and rhetoric and is rich in detail. Author has relied on primary source material that could be of immense value to any future official inquiries local or international. This is

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Decline Of Human Rights Protection Regime

  0 comments   |     by Pushkar Raj

he recent summoning of Chhattisgarh officials by the National Human Rights Commissions (NHRC) for abuse of power is significant due to the expectations from human rights protection institutions in the country to deliver on their mandate. However, concerned officials may never appear before the commission to explain their conduct indicating a steep decline in human r

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A Brief Discourse on Naga’s Struggle for Self-Respect and Freedom

  0 comments   |     by Aniruddha Vithal Babar

Mr. T. Sakhrie, one of the first Naga intellectuals, a philosopher and a great Naga-nationalist leader of his era who sacrificed his life for the freedom and rights of Nagas stood true till his last breath to his ideologies and convictions which reflect in his quote that further produced verbatim. He said,     

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Savitribai Phule: The lady who changed the face of women’s rights in India

  0 comments   |     by Tata Sivaih

A leading social reformer Savitribai Phule is hailed for her contribution in the field of education. Savitribai was a crusader for wom

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Child Labour: Capability and Well-Being

  0 comments   |     by John Gaingamlung Gangmei

“Well, if we don’t recruit the children from Assam they will get into more trouble as who will then feed them. By working for us, at least they get to eat properly” came a sympathetic response from a village in Kimin Block. As part of the team studying Human Trafficking in our state, I visited Kimin block due to its close proximity with Assam in th

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The Story of Broken People of India Aniruddha Vithal Babar

  0 comments   |     by Aniruddha Vithal Babar

India is a nation of BROKEN PEOPLE who were made the prisoners of the Caste System. The Bramhinicle social order set up an invisible prison where abo

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