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Open Letter to Prime Minister of India and Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative, Basic Rights, Campaign

We appeal to you to create definite rules of procedures for the cases of the minority and marginalized, at the level of the administrative, state and human rights commissions and institutions. These rules of procedures will spread the spirit of the constitution and the international human rights standards and prevent the influence of any bias, prejudice and discrimination.


Open Letter to Prime Minister of India and Chief Ministers of All States in India for setting up the active and vibrant Human Rights Courts

Basic Rights, Campaign

Please immediate implement the points raised and findings recorded by the Madras High Court   on the setting up of vibrant and active Human Rights Courts as courts of poor survivors of India.



World Food Day meaningless for havenots


Today is marriage of Saif Khan and Karena Kapoor and also World Food Day[i] but media is hype catering news about their marriage but not highlighting the issue related to food security such as Mandodari and Chandra Shekhar two children Karma dancer of Raup Ghasia Basti[ii] are suffering from acute malnourishment.

[i] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/

[ii] http://www.pvchr.net/2009/12/



Top 10 people in India Who are Doing Something that Matters

Campaign, Latest

Even today, when the only things which we hear of in this country are corruption, death, and diseases, there are people who bring a new ray of hope to the people in the society through their work. People who are suffering today do not need money or food to survive; all they need is someone who can give them the courage to stand up for themselves. It gives great pleasure to see that there are people who still believe in spreading smiles through their work. 
Hats off to these heroes!


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