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Court sanction, police apathy and political patronage to conversions: Human Rights report sheds light on the abysmal state of Hindus in Pakistan

The 2019 report by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan lays bare the pernicious dehumanisation of Hindus underway in the country

Tribals communities in West Bengal living under perpetual fear of persecution: NCST slams TMC govt over post-poll violence

Several tribal communities have stated before the commission that rampant loot, arson, attacks against women and assault has taken place after the TMC won the elections.

Inspired by China’s gold medal demand for human rights, English fan who inserted flare inside anus demands gallantry award for bravery

An English football fan, inspired by China, who was captured on camera with flares inside his anus has demanded a gallantry award.

Stan Swamy was arrested under due process of law, passed away due to medical complications: MEA releases statement on media queries

On July 6, the Ministry of External Affairs issued an official statement regarding the death of Bhima Koregaon violence accused Stan Swamy.

China persecuted Uyghurs not just in Xinjiang, but from 28 other countries: Report details China’s transnational repression of Uyghur Muslims

The report on Uyghur Muslims was published by the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) and the Oxus Society for Central Asian Affairs.

Nike CEO says brand is ‘of China, for China’ as company faces boycott calls in China over their statements on Xinjiang human rights abuse

Nike CEO John Donahoe called the sportswear apparel giant a "brand of China" this week after raising concern over China's forced labour

Print Columnist CJ Werleman pushes anti-Semitic content, spreads disinformation claiming human rights violations by Israel in Palestine

CJ Werleman claimed that 40 per cent of Palestinian children in Israeli custody were raped and almost 100 per cent of them were tortured

Members of European Parliament take offence to India giving citizenship to Hindus, wants India to not prosecute Amnesty for FCRA violations

Members of the European Parliament have expressed 'concerns' regarding the human rights situation in India.

US efforts to promote human rights in China enjoy major bipartisan support among Americans, Pew Research finds

Republicans and Democrats alike share the view that the US should promote and defend human rights in China, Pew Research finds.

CDPHR releases human rights report of 7 neighbouring countries, raises concern over vanishing population of Hindus

The CDPHR report highlights grave human rights violations against minorities, especially Hindus, in India's 7 neighbouring countries

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