Manipur under shutdown as tribal organisations assert bias

Certain districts in Manipur witness complete shutdown as CBI arrested over 5 accused and allegations of arbitrary and "hasty" arrests flare

Dalit youth hung upside down and tortured for alleged goat theft in Telangana

Another instance of Dalit youth being beaten and tortured comes to light. Four people have been arrested in this case.

UN human rights experts express alarm at Manipur violence, India disagrees

The eighteen experts, almost all of whom are special rapporteurs working with the UN Human Rights Council, have made note of the fact-finding missions to Manipur are being harassed for their work documenting rights violations

2 Meitei lawyers representing Kuki Professor Hausing targeted by mob, houses and chambers vandalised in retaliation attack

A day before the attack, 4 lawyers assisting in case against Professor Huasing had withdrawn their names from the case citing “personal difficulties”, they told Hindustan Times that they withdrew names to protect the feelings of the members of the Meitei community

Continued Surge of Violence against Dalits Spans Maharashtra to Tamil Nadu

Dalit boy and grandmother assaulted in Nanguneveli, Karur, Dalit women attacked in Satara, two more Dalits dead in Rajasthan, as violence against Dalits continues.

Violence against Dalits refuses to curb, the families of the victims protest

Unrelenting violence against Dalits continues as justice remains difficult, highlights urgent need for change

Stark abdication by an absent state, paucity of basic necessities & poor, unhygienic conditions in relief camps: Manipur

A team of Karwan-e-Mohabbat visited five relief camps to assess the humanitarian crisis and highlight the suffering and demands of the internally displaced in Manipur; report makes recommendations for state and union governments and citizens groups to step forward to heal the wounds inflicted

No evidence of religious violence in Manipur’: US-based right-wing think tank

Dismissive of any “evidence of religion-based violence in Manipur”, a US-based India-centric, clearly right-wing think tank has said in a report, listing historical baggage, inter-tribes distrust, fear of economic impacts, drugs and insurgency among the factors responsible. Taking this denial further, the report has not ruled out “foreign interference” behind the conflict

SC-Appointed Panel Calls for Reconstruction of Lost Documents, Compensation Scheme: Manipur

'The first of the three reports submitted by the committee highlights the loss of essential documentation of the residents of Manipur who have been dishoused...'

Manipur Violence: Biggest Barrier to Justice is CM Biren Singh, Says AIDWA Team After Visit

Peace is deeply linked to justice in strife-torn Manipur, said members of the women’s organisation.

“Who gains? Who loses?”- An interim report on Manipur violence, resilience, relief and rehabilitation

A team of four women – Syeda Hameed, Roshmi Goswami, Jarjum G Ete, and Angela Rangad – published this report to amplify the voices of Manipur violence survivors and victims.


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