AYESHA UMAR BSS-3A 01-155162-036 Pakistan India conflict India Pakistan conflict is the one of the biggest conflict in the history of Pakistan. It is one of the long-lived, long standing and indecisive conflict of history and contemporary world. Countless lives are forfeited in Pakistan India conflict. All of this was evoked when British left subcontinent and Britain Empire desist in subcontinent. Two nations emerged out of the sub-continent based on different ideology
Over the past few decades, hundreds of people have been falsely imprisoned. Many of their cases were founded on the account of one or more eyewitnesses. The criminal justice system often relies on eyewitness accounts to piece together a crime and identify the perpetrator. But studies showing the faultiness of our memories, particularly in stressful events, suggest that witnesses may not be as reliable of a source as we think. An often-cited example of when the memory of an eyewitness has failed to serve justice is the case of Ronald Cotton.
India offered a huge overseas market for the d Britain, stimulated the development of the later industrial revolutions. Almost 200 years colonial domination of India, Britain became the strongest capitalist and imperialist in the world at that time. British colonialists achieved their first geographical reunification and effective rule for nearly two centuries by violently administering India. In term of India, an ancient civilization with thousand years of history, western political economic system and cultures implanted throughout the depths of the marrow and substance for the entire nation. The Indian people not only suffered red long-term poverty and the horror f wars, but also lost their dignity in their own country.
It can be stemmed from historical, political, social, cultural, economic and religious conditions. The people usually suffered grievances or are extremely upset from the occupying power along the above-mentioned fault lines. To put it simply, the lack of government’s attention to the problems of the population leads to the insurgencies. For counter insurgencies to be successful, we need to nip the problems in the bud. A strong governance and resolution from the occupying power must be displayed to counter insurgencies.
War Crimes in Afghanistan Afghanistan has been a country filled with violence for over 30 years. Today, most of the media covers only the progress in rebuilding the country. There have been some improvements in Afghanistan, however, the war crimes, and the human rights abuses haven’t received as much attention. The Soviet Union, the United states, the Taliban and Pakistani ISI have been the culprits of the war crimes in Afghanistan. .
Center for Truth Justice Memory (Hafıza Merkezi) was set up in 2011 as an independent human rights organization by a group of lawyers, journalists and human rights activists. The objectives of the Center are manifested as uncovering the truth concerning past violations human rights, strengthening the collective memory about the violations, supporting survivors in their pursuit of justice. The center has published reports on enforced disappearances and set up a database for collecting the data of enforced disappearances in Turkey after
The recent debates on sexual violence in India have brought to light the deeply entrenched hierarchical ideas about roles in Indian society and underlying social norms. Since the brutal gang-rape and subsequent death of Jyoti Singh Pandey, a 23 year old paramedical student, on 16 Dec 2012 in Delhi, the situation of girl in India is under the eyes of international public attention. In our country itself the problem is evident since many years. Rape is one among the many terrifying dimensions of systemic disabilities that Indian women face Rape cases registered by the National Crime Records Bureau have gone up by almost 900 per cent over the last 40 years, to 24,306 incidents in 2011, while murder cases had gone up by only 250% over
Violent crimes directed towards women such as rape poses serious violations of human rights. The advocates of women’s rights have been able to put pressure on governments by placing gender-based violence in human rights framework to fulfill government’s obligations under international human rights law to punish and prevent such violence. However, despite a substantial number of contraventions, rape still exists in some form, filling the lives of women with pain and terror from which some might never recover. While the United Nations continues to promote democracy as the best system to secure women’s dignity and rights, India the world’s largest democracy fails to protect the nation’s women. In India, rape is the fastest growing crime and reports indicate that rape of women and young girls in India has increased considerably especially in recent years.
Earlier Manipur was a separate country with resemblance to South Asia in terms of culture. There are two major conflicts prevalent in the state. 1) Resentment among the Manipuri’s on the forceful annexation of their princely state from them. 2) Unethical Naga outfits with their dream of having a greater Nagaland through integration of Manipur. There is a long standing issue of arm conflict between Indian state and the militants of Manipur.