Manipur

RESEARCH AND CAMPAIGN

India’s Child Soldiers

Government defends officially designated terror groups’ record on the recruitment of child soldiers before the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
09 May 2013

ISBN: 978-81-88987-31-3
Price Rs. 295/-

India’s Hell Holes

Child Sexual Assault in Juvenile Justice Homes
20 April 2013

ISBN: 978-81-88987-32-0
Price Rs. 295/

Nobody’s children

Juveniles of Conflict Affected Districts of India
22 March 2013

ISBN: 978-81-88987-30-6
Price Rs. 495/-

The State of Death Penalty in India 2013

Discriminatory treatment amongst the death row convicts
14 February 2013

India's Funds to NGOs Squandered

18 January 2013

ISBN: 978-81-88987-26-9
Price Rs 545/-

Torture in India 2011

14,231 custodial deaths from 2001 to 2010


21 November 2011

India Human Rights Report Quarterly

(Issue3-4: January-June 2011)

India Human Rights Report Quarterly

(Issue-2: October-December 2010)

India Human Rights Report Quarterly

(Issue-1: July-September 2010)

Manipur directed to explain 111 fake encounters

NHRC also awards Rs 5,00,000 to the next of a victim of fake encounter

1 February 2010

Acting on a complaint of Asian Centre for Human Rights against extrajudicial execution of R K Sanjaoba, the nephew of former Manipur chief minister R K Joychandra, on 28 January 2010, the National Human Rights Commission of India directed State government of Manipur to explain 111 cases of fake encounters not reported to it. The NHRC also awarded Rs 5,00,000/- to the next kin of deceased Sanjaoba

Watch Video: NHRC orders fake killings report from Manipur
  • Order of the NHRC
  • ACHR's Compliant
  • First Information Report
  • Postmortem Report
  • News coverage:
  • The Times of India
  • Indian Express
  • The Hindustan Times
  • Imphal Free Press
  • The Hindu
  • Torture in India 2010

    January 2010


    ISBN: 978-81-88987-24-5
    price Rs. 545/-

    Enforce the law in North-East

    19 August 2009

    The pictures exposed by The Tehelka magazine establish beyond any reasonable doubt that Chungkham Sanjit was shot dead in cold blood on July 23, 2009, by the Manipur police commandos. Yet, the state government failed to take any measure that would assuage pent-up public sentiment against widespread and systematic extrajudicial executions in Manipur..... If the law is allowed to take its own course, human rights violations will significantly reduce and this will win the hearts and minds of the people.

    India Human Rights Report 2009

    May 2009


    ISBN: 978-81-88987-19-1
    Price Rs. 695/-

    India Human Rights Report 2008

    December 2008


    ISBN: 978-81-88987-18-4
    Price Rs. 795/-

    India Human Rights Report 2007

    May 2007

    ISBN: 81-88987-17-4
    Price Rs. 795/-

    India Human Rights Report 2006

    31 January 2007


    ISBN: 81-88987-16-6
    Price Rs. 745/-

    India Human Rights Report 2005

    September 2005

    ISBN: 81-88987-10-7
    Price Rs. 700/-