Human Rights

  • No justice in Modi’s Gujarat

    Rafik Bobah (37), a former POTA accused in Sabarmati Train carnage of 2002, is suffering from acute dermatitis, a skin disease. He is lodged in Sabarmati Central Jail of Ahmedabad. He requested the authorities at least six times during the last on...

  • Ten percent reservation for West Bengal Muslims

    New Delhi: A National Convention on the social and financial condition of Muslims of West Bengal was held at Ghalib Academy, New Delhi on 2 November in which delegates and intellectuals from different states of the country expressed their views an...

  • AFSPA and unsolved massacres in Manipur

    Thousands were watching a volley ball match at the Heirangoithong Volley Ball Ground in Imphal. Some extremists tried to snatch weapons from the CRPF personnel there which resulted in the CRPF to resort to firing killing five people. The injured e...

  • ‘Sir, don’t shoot me, I am on fast’

    Some Muslim youths and their colleagues who were observing fast were picked up by Madhya Pradesh police from their houses and killed in a fake encounter. Their "achievement", however, became suspicious. Hence, an investigation team from the state ...

  • My 75 days of horror in the hands of Anti-Terror Squad

    In the police custody of 75 days, I never forget the words of Asstt. Commissioner of Police late Shri Vinod Bhatt, who committed suicide in the second week of August. Before his suicide, during interrogation he told me that he was under immense pr...

  • In solidarity for Palestine, Asian activists announce caravan to Gaza

    17 Asian countries will join the caravan from India and traverse through 6 Asian countries before it sails to break the siege of Gaza in December 2010

  • Kerala police raids Muslim book distributor

    They also distribute The Milli Gazette and "Who Killed Karkare? The Real face of terrorism in India".

  • Why only Muslims are targeted by police in cases of violence?

    For a common policeman, this thinking is so deep in his mind that generally speaking Muslims are mischief makers and rioters. It is almost impossible for him to believe that any riot can be started by Hindus.

  • Batla encounter: NHRC relied only on police version

    The NHRC first asks for a report from the department and if that report is found satisfactory, the probe is closed. If that report is found inadequate or incomplete, the NHRC can start its own probe.