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Islamabad: February 18 marks the 13th anniversary of Samjhauta Express tragedy in which about 68 people including 40 Pakistanis on-board Delhi-Lahore train were burnt

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan asked the United Nations Human Rights Council and the international community to give up politically driven double standard on human rights, especially

Berlin: India has suffered another humiliation over its poor human rights record in the illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir as Germany has declined license

New York: Two UN human rights experts have expressed concern over India’s decision to end Jammu and Kashmir’s autonomy and enact new laws that

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government increasingly harassed, arrested, and prosecuted rights defenders, activists, journalists, students, academics, and others critical of the government or

Kabul: Sixty-five journalists, media professionals and human rights defenders were killed in Afghanistan between 1 January 2018 and 31 January 2021, with 11 losing

New Delhi: Government and police are more enthusiastic in filing cases under the "colonial" era sedition law but they fail miserably when it comes

 “The Mohammadan was running. The Hindu public was chasing him. I was leading the pack I was the first to catch up with him,