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We all citizens must know human rights and should be discussed nd elaborate to the public's. Why I am thinking all instead of safety the powers are using to make money .

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Washington, June 26:

Religion-based societal violence in India was the 'most significant' human rights problem in the country in 2014, besides 'widespread corruption' and abuses by police and security force, according to a US State Department report.

In its annual Congressionally-mandated 'Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2014', the lengthy India section mentions a number of issues, including arbitrary arrest and detention, disappearances, hazardous prison conditions, and lengthy pretrial detention.Read more at;

 

Religion-based violence major human rights problem in India in 2014: US report | Siasat

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koteswararaonerella

yesterday four NRI's who have come to Hyderabad for a marriage from Ireland was beaten blue and black by the constables, homeguards and threatened that if you dont give money , we will finish you. Two people were put inside and two were let off with a warning not to tell anybody. they have approached human rights. now the constables have been suspended and SI is transfered from Musheerabad police station of Hyderabad.the NRI's were lamenting that they should never visit India again. this public friendly police of hyderabad as the government is boasting.

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karira

Thread moved to NON RTI issues section of the portal.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

I have just posted news in RTI IN MEDIA forum about 'Assault by police on RTI activist'. Shame, shame.

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Prasad GLN

Have you seen a country with such large population of having more than 100 religions (including castes) and more than 100 languages spoken with diversity in climate ?

Still foreigners astonish how this country is being managed for so many centurities inspite of it's diversity, when there are two sects in other countries, they always fight.

Let us not blame the country, there may be occasional incidents in every country and with that Country's greatness or reputation will not come down, and if other countries feel like that, we have never depended on their mercy at any time.

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