Indian American group is concerned that AP police may have acted without due process

For Immediate Release Washington D.C., July 20, 2009 Indian Muslim Council-USA (http://www.imc-usa.org), an advocacy group dedicated towards safeguarding India’s pluralist and tolerant ethos, is concerned that the Andhra Pradesh police may have acted without due process in transferring custody of the suspect arrested at Hyderabad airport without obtaining a transient warrant from an appropriate court. According to news from Hyderabad …

ACHR India Human Rights Report, May 2009

ACHR released its annual report on Human Rights in India on June 25, 2009 Asian Center for Human Rights India Human Rights Report 2009 May 2009 The Annual Report covers human rights violations in 27 States of India during 2008. In its editorial ACHR focuses on the increased human rights violations in the Naxal conflict. ACHR calls for a Parliamentary …

Tehelka Gujarat Expose Reports – Nov 2007

Tehelka Gujarat Expose Reports: In the fall of 2007 Tehelka, a premium English weekly conducted an undre-cover operation and with hidden cameras in Gujarat. The operation uncovered first-hand accounts from the men who plotted and executed the 2002 Gujarat genocide in Ahmedabad,Vadodara and Sabarkantha. Mayhem was meticulously planned and carried out by VHP Bajrang Dal cadres across Muslim localities. In …

Reports

A collection of Reports: —————— Report of the National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities (Ranganath Misra Report), Dec 2009 “The National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities (NCRLM) also known as Ranganath Misra Commission was tabled in the Indian Parliament on Friday, Dec 18, 2009. The Government of India constituted the Ranganath Misra Commission (NCRLM) to recommend practical measures …