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Hunger and Silent Deaths under communist rule PDF Print E-mail

Starving Muslims in MurshidabadMurshidabad, well known for its silk production is also infamous for poverty and hunger deathss. In 2005, The Hong-Kong-based Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has alerted that people in Murshidabad district are dying of starvation while the communist government authorities have not taken any effective action to stop the deaths. 1.47% of India’s rural poor live in Murshidabad were majority of the people are Muslims with an average literacy rate of 66%. The West Bengal government is letting its people starve in violation of its constitutional obligations, and those under international laws. Aveek Datta and Romita Datta writes about impacts of poverty in Murshidabad. (courtesy: livemint)

95 % of NRIs in Gulf can't save any money! PDF Print E-mail
Migrant Workers

Migrant workers que in front Indian dipomatic mission, UAELife is not rosy for lakhs of Indians employed in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries as only five per cent of the NRIs there earn enough to lead a normal life on return to India.
An on-line and field survey conducted by Pravasi Bandhu Welfare Trust, a Dubai-based non-governmental organisation working for bettering the lives of Indian workers in GCC countries, a whopping 95 per cent of NRIs in the Gulf do not save anything and return empty handed to India even after working for a decade. Only five per cent of the Indian labour force including the white collared bring enough money to live happily back home.

National Convention ’Countering Fascism: Defending the Idea of India’ PDF Print E-mail

NCHRO office bearers Adv K.P Mohamed Shariff General Secretary NCHRO, Dr Abdul Salam Secretary NCHRO participated in National Convention ’Countering Fascism: Defending the Idea of India’. NCHRO was one of the organisers of the conventionThe urgency to intervene in defence of democracy, secularism and justice has never been more pressing than in the conditions prevailing in the country today. The rise of communal fascism has emerged as a threat not only to its immediate victims but to the very long-term survival of India as a unified nation of diverse religious, linguistic and ethnic groups.

APCR building national network of legal activists for Muslim community PDF Print E-mail
Legal Support for Victims

Nandita Haksar, Yosuf Hatim Muchala, Maulana Jalaluddin Umri in the front row and othersWith rise in terror attacks in India in the last couple of years for which Muslims were blamed – in a few cases maybe rightly but generally without going into probe and proof – the already backward and deprived community have faced a new serious problem: picking of their youths from here and there, gross violation of their civil and human rights and boycott of lawyers to take up cases of terror suspects. The fast depressing situation demanded formation of a group with a nationwide structure and a network of legal activists and paralegal social workers from village to the national capital.

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