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The judge, however, said the LOC was issued on wrong interpretation of law and not out of any malice or ill will, ‘hence, it is not a fit case to call for fixing the accountability of issuance of LOC’
MHA refutes Amnesty International's 'witch-hunt' claims, calls it a ploy to divert attention from illegalities
The human rights watchdog earlier today halted its operation in India, citing reprisals from the government and the freezing of its bank accounts by the Centre
Amnesty International halts India operations, claims 'witch hunt over unfounded, motivated allegations'
Amnesty said the government action to freeze its accounts comes amid the organisation’s reports critical of the riots in Delhi and the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir
'Prolonged impunity must end': Amnesty India says leaders making hate speeches must be held accountable in view of violence in Delhi over CAA
The Amnesty India urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to unequivocally condemn the recent hate speeches made by leaders and demanded that they must be held accountable.
CBI raids Amnesty International India's offices in Delhi, Bengaluru; 'pattern of harassment', says human rights watchdog
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday conducted raids at the Amnesty International India's Bengaluru and Delhi offices.
India reported 218 hate crimes in 2018, UP tops chart, says Amnesty; cow violence, honour killings most common
Over 200 alleged cases of hate crimes were reported in 2018 against people from marginalised groups, especially Dalits, with Uttar Pradesh recording the highest number of such incidents for the third consecutive year, Amnesty India said in a new report on Tuesday.
The latest Enforcement Directorate (ED) raids at the India office of Amnesty International in Bengaluru on Thursday has brought back questions related to the Narendra Modi government's handling of NGOs run by international bodies or funded by them in India.
Death of 7 civilians in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam: Amnesty India calls for 'impartial investigation'
The Amnesty India Wednesday said there should be an "independent and impartial" investigation into the death recently of seven civilians in a blast at Kulgam district in South Kashmir and those responsible for it should be brought to justice.
Karnataka Assembly Election 2018: Amnesty India urges political parties to uphold human rights in poll manifestos
Ahead of Karnataka Assembly election, human rights organisation Amnesty International's India wing on Friday urged the political parties in the state to uphold human rights in their poll manifestos.
Human rights watchdog Amnesty international on Monday blamed India for excessive use of force against protesters in Kashmir.
Amnesty row: Jaitley accuses Congress of vote bank politics, says 'azadi' slogans not freedom of speech
Union minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday asserted that 'azadi' slogans cannot be treated as freedom of speech and slammed Congress and its Karnataka government, accusing them of indulging in vote bank politics over the issue.
Amnesty International's request to set up office in India for operations in South Asia is likely to get rejected.
Nor, despite all the vociferous condemnation of anyone expressing any reservation about the actions of the Indian Army in Kashmir, the North East, wherever, is the Army a desired career option for our best and the brightest.
Amnesty International India on Tuesday welcomed the government's pledge and proposals to properly rehabilitate displaced Kashmiri pandits.
One third of the sum originates from a trust registered in the tax haven of Gibraltar and founded by Anurag Dikshit, who earlier pleaded guilty in a US court of gambling fraud.
In a huge setback to the LGBT community in India, the Supreme Court has overturned a decision made by the Delhi High Court in 2009, criminalising homosexuality