Pakistan takes India to task at UNHRC for massive human rights abuses

Pakistan has once again laid before the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) the ever-worsening human rights record of India, putting the spotlight on the deteriorating human rights situation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). With its worsening human rights situation, India had become an extremist country where minorities live in constant fear.… Continue reading Pakistan takes India to task at UNHRC for massive human rights abuses

Pakistan condemns India at UNHCR on human right abuses

Pakistan has slammed India at the UNHCR for its bleak human rights record, deteriorating human rights situation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and for emerging as the largest extremist country where minorities live under constant threat. Pakistan during the ongoing 46th session of the UN Human Rights Council has decried India’s massive… Continue reading Pakistan condemns India at UNHCR on human right abuses

Indian atrocities in Kashmir exposed by Pakistan in verbal clash

Decrying India’s massive disinformation campaign against Pakistan, a Pakistani diplomat on Tuesday drew UN Human Rights Council’s attention to New Delhi’s failure to respond to the widely reported Indian grave rights abuses in occupied Kashmir that evoked international condemnation. “India has failed and will continue to fail in hiding its brutal repression of the Kashmiri… Continue reading Indian atrocities in Kashmir exposed by Pakistan in verbal clash

India flayed for portraying false image of Kashmir

The president of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday termed a recent “guided tour” for foreign diplomats of Indian-administered Kashmir as an attempt by India to “project a false image of normalcy” in the disputed territory. President Masood Khan denounced what he called “India’s stage-managed” visit of a group of Delhi-based envoys to the “Indian… Continue reading India flayed for portraying false image of Kashmir

Munir Akram lauds Kashmiris’ ‘heroism’, says Kashmir is alive again

Pakistan’s UN Ambassador, Munir Akram, has praised the “heroism” of the Kashmiri people whose third generation was keeping alive the spirit of resistance to the Indian occupation, as he underscored the need for unity among their ranks at this critical juncture. In a keynote speech to a webinar, held on Friday in connection with the… Continue reading Munir Akram lauds Kashmiris’ ‘heroism’, says Kashmir is alive again

Pakistan warns UN over Indian NGOs behind ‘fake news’

Pakistan on Friday demanded the UN immediately delist 10 fake NGOs identified by a Europe-based disinformation watchdog as being part of a massive pro-India disinformation campaign. Speaking at a news conference in the capital Islamabad alongside National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi strongly condemned the systematic tactics of a mass propaganda… Continue reading Pakistan warns UN over Indian NGOs behind ‘fake news’

Egypt carried out ‘execution spree’ in previous two months, Amnesty International says

Dec 2, 2020 Egypt has executed dozens of prisoners previously two months, nearly double the variety of recorded executions in all of 2019, Amnesty International stated Wednesday.  In what it known as a “horrifying execution spree,” the London-based rights group stated in a report Wednesday that Egyptian safety forces executed no less than 57 women… Continue reading Egypt carried out ‘execution spree’ in previous two months, Amnesty International says

Relationship with China: Pompeo urges Sri Lanka to make difficult choices

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will ask Sri Lanka to make “difficult” choices on its growing relationship with China amid criticism the island is sliding toward authoritarianism, an official said Thursday. Pompeo plans to warn of risks surrounding China on a trip next week that will take him to Colombo as well as India,… Continue reading Relationship with China: Pompeo urges Sri Lanka to make difficult choices

Op-ed: Draconian laws in India are not synonymous with constitutional democracy

Reuters (September 11, 2020) stunned readers by reporting that `Indian state uses draconian law to detain those accused of killing cows’. The northern state has used the National Security Act (NSA), which allows for those deemed a threat to national security to be detained without charge for up to a year, almost 140 times in… Continue reading Op-ed: Draconian laws in India are not synonymous with constitutional democracy

The Great Transformation: How is RSS transforming India into a fascist regime?

Narendra Modi, the current Prime Minister, like so many other Bharatiya Janata Party stalwarts, makes no bones about having been a member of the Rashtriya Swayem Sevak Sangh (National Volunteer Corps). The RSS has ubiquitous influence in all states and Union territories. Without its consent, no-one can get a party ticket or contest elections. The… Continue reading The Great Transformation: How is RSS transforming India into a fascist regime?