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Reports

A Report on the State of Urdu Literacy in India, 2010

January 19, 2011

A Report on the State of Urdu Literacy in India, 2010 By Dr.Omar Khalidi, October 2010 What is the status of Urdu literacy in India at the turn of the twenty first century as gauged through school education? Or how many students in primary schools in various states of India are studying through Urdu as […]

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Excerpts from the ATS chargesheet in Malegaon case

December 24, 2010

With this issue, we start to serialise selections from the chargesheet filed by the ATS Maharashtra in the Malegaon Blast Case of 2008. Here is a translation from Marathi of evidence no. 79: – Aug, 2007 (the name of witness is omitted in the original): Swami (Sudhakar Dwivedi alias Amritanand Devteerth) asked me to attend […]

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National People’s Tribunal Report on violence against Christians in Kandhamal, Orissa

August 26, 2010

In August 2008 radical Hindutva groups unleashed an orgy of violence against the Indian Dalit Christians and Adivasis in Kandhamal district of Orissa state in India. Included below is the report of the National People’s Tribunal which included several prominent activists and headed by Mr. A.P. Shah, former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court. […]

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UPA Goverment India – Report to the People 2009-2010

May 7, 2010

In May 2010, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) governemnt has completed 1 year of its second 5-year term with Dr.Manmohan Singh completing his 6th consecutive year as the Prime Minsiter of India. How has the UPA focused on socio-economic and regional inclusion, the empowerment of women, the minorities and the weaker sections of Indian society? […]

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Report of the National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities (Ranganath Misra Report)

December 28, 2009

 

The National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities (NCRLM) also known as Ranganath Misra Commission after its chairman Justice Ranganath Misra was constituted in October 2004 by the the Government of India to recommend practical measures for the welfare of socially and economically backward sections among religious and linguistic minorities.

The Prime Ministers High Level Committee, PMHLC (also known as Sachar Committee) constituted by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, studied and identified the socio-economic and educational backwardness of the Muslim community in India and these findings became a topic of national discussion in India.

The Ranganath Misra Commission was entrusted by the Government of India to suggest practical measures for the upliftment of the socially and economically backward sections among religious and linguistic minorities and to include the modalities of implimentation for the same.

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Report of the National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities (Ranganath Misra Report)

December 18, 2009

The National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities (NCRLM) also known as Ranganath Misra Commission after its chairman Justice Ranganath Misra was constituted in October 2004 by the the Government of India to recommend practical measures for the welfare of socially and economically backward sections among religious and linguistic minorities. The Prime Ministers High Level […]

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Liberhan Comission Report Inquiring the Destruction of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya on Dec 6th, 1992

December 1, 2009

After seventeen years, 399 sittings and examining 100 witnesses the Liberhan Comission has submitted its 1000 page report inquiring into the circumstances that lead up to the demolition of the 16th century Babri Masjid in Ayodhya by Hindu extremists on Dec 6th 1992.

The Liberhan Commission Report was tabled in the Lok Sabha, the Indian Parliament on Nov 24, 2009.

On this page you can read or download the Liberhan Report by Chapters. Also included is the Action Taken Report by the Ministry of Home Affairs, India which is the official response from the Goverment to the report.


 

Report of Liberhan Ayodhya Commission of Inquiry

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ACHR India Human Rights Report, May 2009

July 1, 2009

ACHR released its annual report on Human Rights in India on June 25, 2009


Asian Center for Human Rights

India Human Rights Report 2009

May 2009

The Annual Report covers human rights violations in 27 States of India during 2008. In its editorial ACHR focuses on the increased human rights violations in the Naxal conflict. ACHR calls for a Parliamentary debate over the security response to the Naxalite movement, review of all the laws/Acts that provide for prior permission of the government to prosecute the government officials/security personnel to ensure that no prior permission shall be required for corruption and human rights violations; placing of the draft Prevention of Torture Bill 2008 after necessary modifications in consultation with the stakeholders for adoption by the parliament; and ratification of the CAT.

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Tehelka Gujarat Expose Reports – Nov 2007

July 1, 2009

Tehelka Gujarat Expose Reports:

In the fall of 2007 Tehelka, a premium English weekly conducted an undre-cover operation and with hidden cameras in Gujarat. The operation uncovered first-hand accounts from the men who plotted and executed the 2002 Gujarat genocide in Ahmedabad,Vadodara and Sabarkantha. Mayhem was meticulously planned and carried out by VHP Bajrang Dal cadres across Muslim localities.

In this section, you will find the stories reported by Tehelka’s investigative journalists.

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Sachar Committee Report

July 1, 2009

Prime Minister’s High Level Committee (PMHLC) Report on Indian Muslims.

(Also known as "Sachar Committee Report" after its Chairman Justice Rajinder Sachar. )

 


 

A Report on

Social, Economic and Educational Status of the Muslim Community of India

Prime Minister

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