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Equal Yet Divided? Feminists Maintain Silence Over Muslim Woman’s Choice to Not Wear Hijab: What’s Wrong With Present Day Feminists

Despite an active feminist movement, women in Islamic countries continue to remain outside areas of attention Outrage emerged following Muslim chess player's decision...

Why Baloch Freedom From Pakistan is Need of the Hour?

Balochistan makes 44% of the total land mass of Pakistan  The reputation of Pakistani army is tarnished among the Baloch population  There is...

One India One Law: End of Cruel Practice of ‘Triple Talaq’ Divorce Law in India, Supreme Court Passes Verdict Today

Aug 22, 2017: The Apex Court today has made a historical verdict by imposing a ban on triple talaq calling it ‘unconstitutional’. Supreme Court...

Contemplating Action for Damages : Launch of the IndiaFacts Hindu Human Rights Report 2017

Human rights have become largely restricted to mere paper when it comes to the Hindu community in India Amnesty International and other human...

Hindu American Foundation (HAF) Releases Online Forms for Second Bullying Survey of Hindu American Youth

The Hindu American Foundation from the US aims to inform the society about Hinduism The Foundation is responsible for various research and reports...

Goa State Human Rights Commission terms Disrobing of Deceased Women as Human Rights Violation

Panaji, August 14, 2017: Terming the disrobing of deceased women a human rights violation, the Goa State Human Rights Commission on Monday said that...

Indonesia’s War on Drugs Follows Philippines’ Infamous Crusade to Curb Drug Use

Widodo recently ordered police to shoot foreign drug dealers who resist arrest Idham Azis said he would not think twice to discharge police...

Martin Luther King III: US and India are seeing rise in Hate Crimes

Martin Luther King III, a social activist, and reformer spoke at the inauguration of a Congress organized conference in Bengaluru He highlighted that...

Give Due Respect to the Dignity of the Dead : Supreme Court asks State Governments to Follow NHRC Guidelines

The Supreme Court of India has asked the state government to respect the dignity of the dead The state governments have been reminded...

2017 Hindu Human Rights Report Released by Hindu American Foundation (HAF) : Here is What you Need to Know!

The Hindu American Foundation has launched its 2017 edition of "Hindus in South Asia & The Diaspora: A Survey of Human Rights" also...

June 19 is International Day for Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict 2017: Why Women in India are Victims of Sexual Abuse?

June 19 marks the International Day for Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict UN Action Against Sexual Violence states that women and children...

Are You a Racist? Understanding the evils of Racism to Eliminate it

By Saksham Narula Racism exists even today as we move towards a global society In order to eradicate this evil, it becomes important to understand...

WHO’s newly Elected Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stresses on Health as Human Right

Geneva, May 25, 2017: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization’s newly elected director-general, says health as a human right is at the core of...

Pakistan’s Social Media Crackdown to deter anti-military content led to curbing freedom of Expression and Victimizing Political Activists

Islamabad, Pakistan, May 20, 2017:- A Pakistani government crackdown on social media to deter anti-military content has prompted accusations of curbing freedom of expression and...

Over 2,800 lost their lives in Syria in March due to bombings, shellings and Tortures in Prison

Damascus, April 1, 2017: At least 2,826 people were killed in Syria in March, a Britain-based war monitoring group reported on Saturday. The Syrian Observatory for Human...

Pakistani Hindus daughters relinquish to forced Muslim marriages

Lahore, Feb 28, 2017: Last spring, Anila Dhawan was abducted from her home in Hyderabad, Pakistan. She was forced to marry the abductor and convert...

UN Human Rights expert asks Pakistani Authorities to locate and Protect 4 Disappeared Activists

United Nations, Jan 12, 2017: An expert of United Nations human rights asked the Pakistani authorities to make it a top priority to locate...

21 Million People Worldwide, including Five Million Children Trapped in Conditions of Contemporary Slavery: UN Report

Geneva, Nov 29, 2016: An estimated 21 million people worldwide are trapped in conditions of contemporary slavery, including some five million children, a UN...

Turning Point for Human Rights? Passing of Cuban PM Fidel Castro can be the Beginning of Hope for People who Suffered under him, feel...

Nov 27, 2016: Six decades after declaring history would absolve him, Fidel Castro's life has ended and his troubled human rights legacy can be...

Pakistan is Shocked by PM Narendra Modi’s new Baloch Policy, says Pakistan-born Author Tarek Fatah

New Delhi, Nov 23, 2016: Pakistan-born Canadian journalist and author Tarek Fatah, whose sardonic dismissal of the radical Islam has won him fans in India,...

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