Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Topic: Amnesty India

While red carpet rolled out for PM Modi in US, people in India continue to experience human rights abuses, says Amnesty

The United States and Indian governments must address the grave human rights issues in both countries during Prime Minister Modi’s meeting with President Biden in Washington DC, said Amnesty International ahead of the state visit this week.

Amnesty International India denounces arrest of Kashmiri journalist Irfan Mehraj

Aakar Patel, the chair of the board at Amnesty International India, denounced the detention of Kashmiri journalist Irfan Mehraj by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in Srinagar on allegations of "terror funding," calling it a gross injustice.

Govt makes most disadvantaged sections homeless, Amnesty on Haldwani eviction

Amnesty India condemned the proposal of the Union government’s railway authorities to forcibly evict over 4000 families living in Banbhulpura area of Haldwani town in Uttarakhand following the order of the Uttarakhand high court.

ED attaches 1.54 crore in Amnesty India case

The Enforcement Directorate has provisionally attached assets worth Rs 1.54 crore belonging to Indians for Amnesty International Trust (IAIT) in connection with its money...

Immediately release jailed Muslim student leader Atikur Rahman, demands Amnesty

Responding to the continuing imprisonment of Muslim student activist Atikur Rahman under the draconian UAPA solely for peacefully exercising his human rights and despite his deteriorating health condition, Amensty International India said Rahman’s arbitrary detention must end.

ED slaps Rs 61 crore penalty on Amnesty International, chair Aakar Patel

Amnesty International and its chair Aakar Patel have been slapped with penalties of Rs 51 crore and Rs 10 crore, respectively, by the Enforcement Directorate for alleged violations of the Foreign Exchange Management Act.