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Summary This is what I have to say about the wounds on the body of the said accused. Since he was a hard core criminal, he refused to give any information. It was essential to get that information from him, that’s why [the police] used the “truth…
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“Between Two Sets of Guns” Attacks on Civil Society Activists in India’s Maoist Conflict Map of India Summary Key Recommendations Methodology I. The …
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"These Fellows Must Be Eliminated" Relentless Violence and Impunity in Manipur Manipur District Map I. Summary Continuing Security Force Abuses Police Abuses Armed Groups Impunity Key Recommendations Methodology II. Background: Conflict in…
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Andhra Pradesh Should Not Punish Families That Fled Violence

(Hyderabad) - Andhra Pradesh should protect and assist thousands of families who have fled the conflict in neighboring Chhattisgarh, Human Rights Watch said today. State officials should act immediately to end the government’s discrimination against the…
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India, ASEAN Also Need to Push Generals to Accept International Help

(New York) - China, India, Thailand and other members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) should work to convince Burma’s government to lift restrictions on international assistance so aid can reach survivors of Cyclone Nargis, Human…
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India Must Halt Arms Sales and Training to Burmese Army

(New York) - The Indian government is offering a package of military assistance to the Burmese army, which is likely to use such arms and training to attack against civilians in its war against ethnic insurgents, Human Rights Watch said today. Human…
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After the Deluge India's Reconstruction Following the 2004 Tsunami I. Summary...................................................................................................................................................... II. Background: The…
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(Geneva) – The United Nations should appoint a high-level expert to monitor the impact of counter-terrorist measures on human rights, Human Rights Watch urged today. In a new report released at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Human Rights Watch…
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Most States Report Progress in Banning Mines

(New York) A marked reduction in the number of governments using antipersonnel landmines in the past year has been offset by widespread use by a few others, most notably India and Pakistan, according to a global report released today by the International…
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(New York) -- India and Pakistan should halt the use of antipersonnel landmines along their common border, Human Rights Watch urged today. It also cautioned that the latest tensions could lead to additional mine-laying. In a new backgrounder released…
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A Human Rights Watch Backgrounder

As part of the military buildup resulting from the December 13, 2001, attack on the Indian parliament, both India and Pakistan have emplaced large numbers of antipersonnel and antivehicle mines along their common border.
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(New York) -- Human Rights Watch today reiterated its call to the U.S. government to respect the fundamental rights of individuals detained in connection with investigations into the September 11 attacks. Most of those detained are from the Middle East…
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The massive proliferation of small arms and light weapons in South Asia is directly linked to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, and the subsequent creation by the United States of a system, commonly known as the Afghan pipeline, to funnel…