Report by UN secretary general 18 may 2018
19 July 2019 update of the human rights situation in Kashmir
Engagement is the instrument that civilised communities have used to secure peace and settle disputes. India and Pakistan are no exception to this rule. However, in this or any other engagement the dividends should be shared in equity and no party should be dispossessed or traded into a quid pro quo.
14 June 2018 report on the Human Rights Situation in Kashmir
Use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the rights of peoples to self-determination.
Twenty-First Session UNHRC – Jammu and Kashmir Situation.
Just as we prepare to bid adieu to the year 2005 and usher in 365 uncertain days of the new year 2006 an option of Self Rule & Demilitarisation in Kashmir has been added in the vocabulary of 128 year old Rights Movement. It is suggested by a school of politics which despised and pooh poohed it in 1996 when ‘sky was the limit
The socialist, Secular and Democratic Republic of India is going to polls, a 14th time, in April-May 2004. India will hold the largest elections in human history in four phases – April 20 and 26 and May 5 and 10. It will involve some 675 million eligible voters, the largest electorate in human history. The counting of votes will be carried out on May 13 and the entire election process will be completed by May 25
The representatives of a civil society have to resemble their society in terms of age, gender, social class, ethnic background and so forth. Jammu and Kashmir cannot be an exception to the full circle of this wisdom. More so there ought to be a mandate to represent the public interest in the conduct of public affairs and during other special circumstances. Dialogue amongst themselves or with India and Pakistan is a special circumstance.