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Forced marriages and conversions of Hindu women: UN experts condemn Pakistan for atrocities against minority women in the country

A panel of experts from the UN issued a statement in Geneva and slammed Pakistan for the forced marriages and religious conversions of Christian and Hindu women in Pakistan.

India recommends Canada to prevent attacks on places of worship, address hate speech at UNHRC review meet

India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka gave critical recommendations to Canada over matters directly concerning human rights

India rejects comments of UN Experts on Manipur, calling them unwarranted, presumptive and misleading. Read who are the ‘experts’

India rejected press release by UN experts on alleged human rights violations in Manipur

No religious minority can freely practice its religion in Pakistan: India highlights Pakistan’s abysmal human rights record at UNHRC

The Indian diplomat further criticized Pakistan at UNHRC for aiding terrorism, stating, that Pakistan's security agencies have fostered and protected UNSC-designated terrorists like Hafiz Saeed and Masood Azhar for decades.

SG Tushar Mehta at UNHRC slams Pakistan for raking Kashmir issue on the world stage, reiterates ‘J&K, Ladakh was, will always be India’s integral...

Tushar Mehta reply came after Pakistan's envoy broached the topic of Kashmir during his comments in the review process

1,110 registered Rohingyas to get flats, security, and basic facilities in Delhi, minister Hardeep S Puri informs

1,100 registered Rohingyas to get flats, basic amenities and security in Delhi, provided by Central govt.

United Nations General Assembly votes to suspend Russia from Human Rights Council, India abstains from voting

United Nations General Assembly voted to suspend Russia from Human Rights Council due to the ongoing invasion of Ukraine

UNHRC, which tried to help Prashant Bhushan keep illegal Rohingyas in India, could be compromised by China, UK Parliamentary Panel finds

UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee is all set to release a report that says that China is on its way to breaking up multilateral organisations

Biden administration expresses deep regret over UNHRC resolution to probe Israel-Hamas clashes

UNHRC focused on the counter-terror operations launched by Israel in response to the terror attacks unleashed by Hamas.

Galwan standoff breathes life into the ‘Free Tibet’ movement, Tibetan activists hope India will soon address the Chinese occupation of Tibet

In the aftermath of the Galwan stand-off, the movement to free Tibet from the clutches of China has once again gathered steam.

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