New Delhi: The Rights and Risks Analysis Group (RRAG) in its submission to the Law Commission of India today stated that nothing has changed since the Law Commission’s Consultation Paper of 2018 in which it held that “uniform civil code which is neither necessary nor desirable at this stage” and any other contrary findings shall raise […]
Two months of riots since 3 May 2023 after the protest by the All Tribal Students’ Union of Manipur over the issue of grant of Scheduled Tribes (ST) status to the Meiteis turned violent, ethnic riots between the Meiteis and the Kukis in Manipur has turned into a full scale civil war, destabilising peace and security […]
The Rights and Risks Analysis Group (RRAG) stated that a total of 194 journalists including seven women journalists were targeted across India by the State agencies, non-state political actors and criminals, and the armed opposition groups (AOGs) during 2022. Among the States/Union Territories (UTs), the journalists from Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) faced the maximum target […]
The Rights and Risks Analysis Group (RRAG) urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who is visiting Manipur from today, to consider imposing President’s rule in the State in view of the failure to bring the ethnic violence under control following the imposition of Article 355 on 6 May 2023. The clashes including burning of the […]
The Rights and Risk Analysis Group (RRAG) in a complaint (Diary No.13708/IN/2021) today urged the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to protect the Afghan nationals who have fled to India in the wake of the Taliban takeover of the country by granting them refugee status. The Afghans who fled to India in the wake of […]
The violent armed clashes between the Assam Police and the Mizoram Police on 26 July 2021 led to the death of seven persons including six policemen from Assam and injuries to 60 others. The death of at least 157 persons, injuries to at least another 361 persons, and displacement of more than 65,729 persons from […]
New Delhi, 23 February 2021: The Rights and Risks Analysis Group (RRAG) today requested all the Chief Ministers of the North East to urge External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar to raise the issue of forcible eviction of about 7,000 Garos and 10,000 Mro people and implementation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHTs) Accord with […]
Contents 1. Upsurge of racism against India’s Mongoloid looking people 2. Emblematic cases of racism against India’s Mongoloid looking people during COVID-19 pandemic 3. The way forward: India must enact an anti-racism law 1. Upsurge of racism against India’s Mongoloid looking people Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected the entire world and people whose physical features resemble […]
NDTVPublished on 10 December 2019 How true are the BJP’s claims on Citizenship Amendment Bill being not discriminatory towards the Muslims? Reality Check does a fact check on the varying claims of Home Minister on the controversial Bill.
NDTVPublished on 05 On this episode of Reality Check, a closer look at the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill, and how its own agencies warned the government that it will be difficult for immigrants to prove the claim of ‘religious persecution’ in order to make the cut.