Civil Society Activists Support Lawyers Collective on FCRA Issue

Civil society groups and international organisations have once again started voicing their concern at the Ministry of Home Affairs’ decision to cancel the Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) licence of the advocacy group Lawyers Collective. Lawyers Collective had a few days ago contended that the decision of the home ministry to revoke…

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FCRA License Cancellation Continuation of Harassment by Centre, Says Lawyers Collective

Advocacy group Lawyers Collective (LC) has criticised the home ministry’s decision to revoke the organisation’s ability to receive foreign contributions, it released a statement detailing its response to the government’s move, saying the cancellation of its registration under the 2010 Foreign Contribution (Regulation) (FCRA) Act is “only a continuation of…

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SAHR observes with great concern the alarming deterioration of the relations between India and Pakistan

South Asians for Human Rights (SAHR), the regional human rights organisation observes with great concern the alarming deterioration of the relations between India and Pakistan. Consequently, the cross border firing has now become routine activity. Civilians and soldiers of both the countries are killed in the crossfire. People living on…

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