Ever since TADA lapsed in 1995, there has been a singleminded attempt on the part of the government to enact an anti terrorist law along the lines of TADA.With utter disregard to the fact that over 76,000 people had been held under TADA, that even today a significant number of people are being tried under TADA, that TADA was legislated violence and that protests had and have continued against t
This report is the outcome of a fact-finding conducted by an eleven member team of human rights activists from five civil, democratic and human rights organisations across the country during May 2001 in the troubled parts of Jammu and Kashmir.
PUDR received the information of widespread harassment of workers at the Maruti Udyog Limited (MUL) factory in Gurgaon, and sent a fact-finding team to investigate. The team met scores of workers, representatives of the management and did find evidence of systematic harassment, which is presented in this report.
This is a report about the repression of forest struggles and organisation of Adivasi communities by the state in Dewas region of Madhya Pradesh in 2001. It begins by providing a brief description about the region, its people, and the roots of the current problems between the tribal population and the state.
A Fact Finding Committee of 11 activists from five civil, democratic and human rights organisations visited Jammu and KAshmir from 22 May 2001 to 31 May 2001 with purpose to assess the true facts regarding the state of human rights in the valley and in Doda district of the Jammu region during the ceasefire period that lasted about 6 months, and to seek the views of the people of the State regar
इस रिपोर्ट में पुलिस द्वारा पूर्वी उत्तर प्रदेश, जिला मिर्ज़ापुर के भवानीपुर गाँव में तथाकथित मुटभेड़ में 16 लोगों की हत्या की जांच करते हुए इस काण्ड में पुलिस के दोष व इन हत्याओं के बाद गाँव के लोगों पर उसके दमनकारी रव्वैये को उजागर करती है|
On 9 March, 2001, the day of holi, 16 people were killed in Bhawanipur village, under Madihan Police Station, Mirzapur district, eastern Uttar Pradesh. Bhawanipur is located at a distance of about 60 k.m. from Mirzapur city which lies on the south bank of the river Ganga.