News Topic:Human Rights
The Ministry of Home Affairs said 1164 human rights cases pertaining to Jammu and Kashmir have been registered with National Human Rights Commission.
United Nation human rights experts have shown concern over New Delhi’s decision to end Jammu and Kashmir’s special status and enact new laws.
SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday asked the government to examine matter regarding the setting up of a Human Rights...
SRINAGAR — The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir won’t have a separate human rights commission as the Government of India is set to...
Srinagar: A United Nations report has called for an international inquiry into human rights abuses committed by government forces in Kashmir and also advocated...
Srinagar: A Srinagar based journalist working for Morocco World News has been receiving threatening phone calls from unknown people. The Kashmiri journalist is now...
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A 14-year-old teenager has emerged as the youngest player to be signed by the Bangalore Strikers in the inaugural Indian Street Premier League (ISPL).
An alleged job fraud has left a youth from Kashmir’s Awantipora stranded in Russia, where he finds himself caught up in the conflict in Ukraine, fighting for his life.