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Terrorism is Pakistan's main challenge, says UN committee

Aug 24, 2016

Terrorism is Pakistan's main challenge, says UN committee

The Pakistan government has taken a number of steps to ensure the protection of human rights in Balochistan, stated Pakistan in a report to UN. #United Nations #Pakistan #ConnectTheDots #UN #Balochistan #Human Rights #blasphemy law #Radicalisation #CERD
Pakistan briefs China on human rights violations in Kashmir

Aug 23, 2016

Pakistan briefs China on human rights violations in Kashmir

Continuing with its efforts to internationalise the Kashmir issue, Pakistan has briefed China about alleged human rights violations in Kashmir during their bilateral strategic dialogue. #China #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Kashmir #Shanghai #Human Rights #Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhary #CPEC
Rio Olympic 2016: Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa protests against government, says his life could be in danger

Aug 22, 2016

Rio Olympic 2016: Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa protests against government, says his life could be in danger

Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa marked his silver medal in the Olympic Games men's marathon on Sunday by staging a dramatic protest against his country's government, claiming his life could be in peril. #Twitter #protest #Video #Human Rights #Ethiopia #Rio 2016 #Olympics 2016 #When in Rio #Feyisa Lilesa
True nationalism: Ten ways in which you can show your love for India

Aug 21, 2016

True nationalism: Ten ways in which you can show your love for India

It is time to remind ourselves what true nationalism actually means. This is how you can show your love for your country. #food #Life #India #CriticalPoint #Music #Nationalism #passport #Human Rights #Constitution #fundamental rights #Tolerance #Shareworthy
Syrian authorities commit torture on 'massive scale' in govt prisons: Amnesty

Aug 18, 2016

Syrian authorities commit torture on 'massive scale' in govt prisons: Amnesty

Syrian authorities are committing torture on a "massive scale" in government prisons including beatings, electric shocks, rape and psychological abuse that amount to crimes against humanity, Amnesty International said on Wednesday. #Amnesty #Syria #NewsTracker #Human Rights
UNHRC seeks access to Kashmir to probe allegations of human rights violations

Aug 17, 2016

UNHRC seeks access to Kashmir to probe allegations of human rights violations

Voicing concern over alleged human rights violations, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein on Wednesday appealed to both India and Pakistan to grant his team access to Jammu and Kashmir as well as PoK. #India #Jammu and Kashmir #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Kashmir #Human Rights #Pakistan Occupied Kashmir #Human-rights violations #Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein #UN High Commissioner #Burhan Wani
Kashmir unrest: UN rights chief seeks 'full and unhindered' access to Valley, PoK

Aug 17, 2016

Kashmir unrest: UN rights chief seeks 'full and unhindered' access to Valley, PoK

The Kashmir Valley has seen violent clashes between security forces and civilians after Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was shot dead in an encounter nearly six weeks ago. #India #Jammu and Kashmir #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Indian Army #Human Rights #States #Pakistan Occupied Kashmir #Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein
Nations which use facade of human rights are the worst hypocrites: MJ Akbar

Aug 16, 2016

Nations which use facade of human rights are the worst hypocrites: MJ Akbar

The nations which use the "facade of human rights" to sponsor terror are "hypocrites of the worst kind", MJ Akbar said. #World #India #Terrorism #Pakistan #TheySaidIt #Asia #MEA #Human Rights #External Affairs Ministry #MJ Akbar
Manipur branch of Red Cross Society to provide shelter to Irom Sharmila

Aug 11, 2016

Manipur branch of Red Cross Society to provide shelter to Irom Sharmila

The Indian Red Cross Society will provide shelter to Irom Sharmila, who is being shunned by many in Manipur after she ended her 16-year-long fast. #India #NewsTracker #Hunger strike #Manipur #Irom Sharmila #AFSPA #fast #Human Rights #Iron Lady #Red Cross Society
Manipur should take the struggle over from Irom Sharmila instead of abandoning her

Aug 10, 2016

Manipur should take the struggle over from Irom Sharmila instead of abandoning her

Shame on the people of Manipur who made Irom Sharmila feel dejected by preventing her from entering Kaisampat area of Imphal town. #Politics #Feminism #India #CriticalPoint #Hunger strike #Manipur #Women #Gender equality #Irom Sharmila #AFSPA #fast #Human Rights #Kaisampat