UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Stay away from other nations' internal affairs: Saudi, India
India & Saudi Arabia have expressed rejection of all terrorist acts and stressed the need to prevent access to weapons including missiles and drones to commit terrorist acts against other countries, but without naming Pakistan.
Disappointed over NRC being wrongly linked with issue of minority rights: India at UN
First Secretary in India's Permanent Mission to the UN ...
Balochistan, PoK activists protest Pakistan atrocities
The ‘Stop Baloch Genocide’ poster campaign, organised by the Baloch Human Rights Counc...
Pakistan fails to prove claim of 58 nations’ support on Jammu & Kashmir
ET has reliably learnt that Pakistan had failed to submit this list of as per deadline in the earlier part of this week.
Afghan civil society groups target Pakistan Army at UNHRC session in Geneva
Addressing the 42nd session of UNHRC, Bilal Sarway called the Afghan insurgent group Haqqani Network as the "veritable arm" of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence.
Pakistan fails to get support in UNHRC
Pakistan has failed to secure the support of minimum 16 nations to move a resolution on Kashmir in the 47-member UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
Pakistan faces heat at UNHRC over religious discrimination; blasphemy laws
Islamabad may face major embarrassment at the UNHRC after an NGO submitted a petition at the session against enforced disappearances, with the Pakistan Army singled out as the biggest perpetrator behind these disappearances.
Pakistan's attempt to polarise, politicise Kashmir at UNHRC rejected: India
The global community is aware about Pakistan's role in aiding, abetting and supporting terrorist, India said.
Pakistan sees risk of 'accidental war' over Kashmir
Pakistan's foreign minister warned Wednesday that the situation in Indian Kashmir risked sparking an "accidental war", and urged UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet to visit the troubled region.
Gilgit-Baltistan is a part of India, says activist H Sering
In a major embarrassment to Pakistan, Gilgit-Baltistan activist Senge H Sering on Wednesday called the occupied northern region a "part of I...
Will UNHRC take note of rights violations by Pakistan in PoK, Gilgit-Baltistan?
People in these regions, which were part of the undivided J&K before their forcible annexation by Pak in 1947, have been repeatedly demanding end to Pakistani occupation.
Pakistan hands over dossier on Indian 'support to terrorism'
With India's diplomatic offensive against Pakistan's Kashmir campaign entering full throttle mode, Islamabad is throwing all that it has got into it.
India on diplomatic drive to win over 13 European states of UNHRC
European countries seen as make-or-break bloc to defeat Pakistan resolution on Kashmir issue.
India braces for Pakistan attack on NRC at UN Human Rights Council meet
India expects Pakistan to use the exclusion of 19 lakh Assam residents from the NRC as fodder for its propaganda about Modi government's "communal bias."
European envoys informed about Kashmir situation
India’s move coincides with Pakistan approaching the Genevabased United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for “a resolution against India on alleged human rights violations in Kashmir”.
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