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India slams Pakistan at UNHRC, says does not need lessons from 'the worst abuser of human rights'

Geneva/New Delhi/UNI: India on Wednesday slammed Pakistan for misuse of the UN Human Rights Council platform to propagate its “false and malicious propaganda” against the country, and said that it “does not need lessons from a failed State like Pakistan which is the epicentre of terrorism and the worst abuser of Human Rights”.

'Misplaced, exaggerated': India rubbishes UN special branch's criticism on new IT rules

New Delhi/IBNS: India has described the concerns raised by a special branch of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) as "misplaced, exaggerated and disingenuous".

As a responsible democracy, India does not practice disinformation: MEA on EU DisinfoLab report

New Delhi/IBNS: As a responsible democracy, India does not practice disinformation campaigns, the External Affairs Ministry said Friday dismissing a report by Brussels based EU DisinfoLab that claimed 10 UN accredited defunct NGOs were revived to serve Indian interests and discredit Pakistan at the EU and the UN Human Rights Council.

Election of countries like China, Pakistan will damage UNHRC's credibility: PoK activist Amjad Ayub Mirza

Glasgow: Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) activist Amjad Ayub Mirza targeted China and Pakistan over their re-election to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and described the nations as 'world’s worst human rights abusers'.

UNHRC: Indian official says terrorists are attempting to exploit financial, emotional distress caused by COVID-19 imposed lockdown

Geneva: An Indian official has said terrorists are attempting to exploit the financial and emotional distress caused by COVID-19 imposed lockdowns to disturb the cohesiveness of societies.

UNHRC: India corners Pakistan for peddling distorted Kashmir narrative

Geneva/IBNS:  India recently cornered Pakistan on the Kashmir issue at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) session in Geneva for referring to different UN Security Council (UNSC) resolutions to target New Delhi but never itself comply with any of them.

Show me a country which says 'everybody is welcome', says Jaishankar on CAA slamming UNHRC

New Delhi/IBNS: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Saturday slammed the United Nations Human Rights Council(UNHRC) for giving a narrative based on incorrect information on Kashmir just like it had done on previous occasions and said one should look at the UN rights body's handling of Kashmir issue in the past, said media reports.

India counters Pak remark on J&K at UNHRC, calls it fabricated narrative

Geneva, Sept 10 (IBNS): India on Tuesday countered Pakistan's remark about Jammu and Kashmir at the 42nd session of the United Nation's Human Rights Council and called it a "fabricated narrative" from the "epicentre of global terrorism."

Ahead of UNHRC showdown, Pakistan Minister calls Jammu and Kashmir an 'Indian state'

Geneva, Sept 10 (IBNS): Pakistan might be trying to corner India at international platforms over its move of scrapping Article 370 which had granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, but one of the ministers of the neighbouring nation on Tuesday called the region as an Indian 'state'.

India set to counter Pakistan at UNHRC on Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi: Stage is set for a showdown between India and Pakistan on Tuesday as the two Asian neighbours will make statements on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir during the ongoing session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Canada-based activist says China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) behind Balochistan genocide

Vancouver: Canada-based Balochistan activist Naela Quadri Baloch, who was recently barred from boarding a flight from Montreal to Geneva for participating in a protest on the sidelines of the UNHRC events, said Pakistan is committing genocide and resorting to rape and abductions aided by China which is building an economic corridor through their territory to further their global trade dominance.

OHCHR Report on Kashmir human rights is seriously flawed and biased, says European think tank group

Amsterdam, Jun 25 (IBNS): The human rights report on Kashmir by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) glosses over the cross-border terrorism exported by Pakistan while being unreasonably critical of India’s human rights record, said a prominent think tank group of Europe engaged in South Asian studies.

India calls Pakistan 'world's terrorism factory' at UNHRC

New Delhi, Mar 15 (IBNS): While attacking its neighboring country for supporting terrorism, India called Pakistan 'world's terrorism factory' at United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on Wednesday.

India raises human rights violation issue in PoK during UNHRC session

New Delhi, Sept 14 (IBNS): India on Wednesday raised the human rights violation issue in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir during the 33rd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, media reports said.