Human-wildlife conflicts rising worldwide with climate change

Human-wildlife conflicts rising worldwide with climate change

The climate crisis is causing an increase in conflicts that result in injury or death to humans and wildlife, new research shows. Scientists reveal that a warming world is increasing human-wildlife conflicts globally. They show that climate changes can drive conflict by altering animal habitats, the timing of events, wildlife behaviours, and resource availability. It … Read more

Human rights most threatened at police station: CJI Ramana

Investigative journalism is dying in India: CJI

Ground Report | New Delhi: Human rights most threatened; Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India Justice NV Ramana said in a statement on Sunday that police stations are the biggest threat to human rights and human dignity. Justice Ramana said that human rights are the most sacred. The Chief Justice said that despite constitutional guarantees, … Read more

UN Human Rights expressed grief over the death of Father Stan Swamy

UN Human Rights expressed

Ground Report | New Delhi: UN Human Rights expressed; UN Human Rights, the United Nations’ highest body on human rights matters, has expressed grief over the death of Father Stan Swamy, a human rights activist from India. The organization tweeted and wrote, “We are saddened and pained by the death of 84-year-old Father Stan Swamy, … Read more

Indian leaders worry about their image, not oxygen: Human Rights Watch

मोदी सरकार की 10 गलतियां जिनसे कोरोना बन गया प्रलय

Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director of Human Rights Watch, said leaders in India facing the Corona epidemic are concerned about their criticism and image rather than the lack of oxygen and other medical supplies. She said that the people or non-governmental organizations in India are trying to help the corona patients, there is no shortage … Read more

Banks pressure: Human Rights Commission to investigate and report on employee suicides

The state human rights commission Kerala has ordered to investigate and submit a report on the situation where employees commit suicide as a result of pressure from banks. The case was registered by the Judicial Member K.S. Order of Baijunath. ALSO READ: Mamata Asking Muslims To Vote For Her, Reflects Minority Votes Slipping Away: PM Modi Canara Bank … Read more

Annoyed with EU ban, China said, “Stop lecturing on human rights”

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China’s official media has reported in detail the news of the ban on 10 Europeans and four institutions from China. China has taken this step after the decision of the European Union, in which the EU has imposed sanctions on China for alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang province. China’s major media institutions such as … Read more

Human Rights Watch report exposes anti-Muslim sentiment of BJP govt

One year of Delhi violence, anti-Muslim bias affecting investigation The BJP-led government has deliberately discriminated against Muslims, according to a report by Human Rights Watch. In addition to discriminating against Muslims, the government has adopted laws and policies to harass critics of the government, Human Rights Watch said. The report also said that the ruling … Read more

UN experts say Jammu and Kashmir changes risk undermining minorities’ rights

''J&K may increase by 25 assembly seats''

United Nation human rights experts have shown concern over New Delhi’s decision to end Jammu and Kashmir’s special status and enact new laws which according to them could curtail the previous level of political participation of Muslim and other minorities in the country, as well as potentially discriminate against them in important matters including employment … Read more

Human rights violations continue in Kashmir

Jammu strike first-time post Article 370, what is the reason?

A report on human rights has come out in Jammu and Kashmir stating that since the repeal of Article 370, there has been a gradual violation of human rights in the state. The Forum for Human Rights has released this report. Human Rights in Jammu and Kashmir, co-chaired by former Supreme Court judge Justice Madan B. … Read more

Human Rights Day 2020: All you need to know

Human Rights Day is celebrated worldwide on 10 December every year. The United Nations declared Human Rights Day on 10 December in 1950 with the aim of making people around the world aware of the importance of human rights and to be aware of its observance. Supporting Farmers A Crime? Asks AAP After Arvind Kejriwal Put … Read more