Tibet's exiled political leader Penpa Tsering said that it is unfair for Australia to punish nations such as Iran and Russia for human rights abuses while letting China off the hook because it is Australia's biggest trading partner, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Neither the Central Government nor the State Governments/Union Territories have come forward with a scheme for its implementation and for the benefit of the various sections of the society, said NHRC in its order.
According to the Human Rights report, drastic loss of aid will leave many Afghans poorer and hungrier
The prevarication, that was palpable notably in Libya and Syria, seems set to resonate in the echo chambers of Kabul and further afield in the tormented land now headed by Taliban hardliners, just as it does in Myanmar
With the induction of 17 new members, notably representatives from the Hazara, Tajik and Uzbek ethnic groups, the strength of the caretaker government has reached 50. In the first phase, that was announced on September 7, the Taliban had announced the names of 33 ministers
Addressing the party workers at the Mausoleum of his father, late Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah, who died this day in 1982, Farooq said, "I hope the Taliban government in Afghanistan maintains friendly relations with all countries.
Asaduddin Owaisi questioned human rights supporters' silence on the recent Kanpur incident in Uttar Pradesh where a girl was begging for mercy when her father was being beaten up in the presence of police.
"His death follows repeated indignities that were heaped upon him by Indian authorities that failed to accommodate his disabilities due to Parkinson's disease requiring him to have to plead in court for a straw to sip with"