India tells United Nations, ‘Hidden’ vetoes must go

India tells United Nations, ‘Hidden’ vetoes must go

Washington:  In the wake of blocking of the bid of India by the China for designating the Jaish- e- Mohammad Chief- Masood Azhar a Terrorist, the India now seeking the United Nations to bring transparency in its procedures for designating a group or an individual terrorist. It is in the present existing rules, the Security Council’s members are allowed to oppose any move in the sanctions committees in a clandestine manner and without even offering any explanation. Moreover, a decision by the Sanctions committee can be adopted unanimously by it,…

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United Nations sets to work with India for realising the vision of Dr. Ambedkar

United Nations sets to work with India for realising the vision of Dr. Ambedkar

United Nations: The top United Nations official while describing the father of Indian Constitution- Dr. B. R. Ambedkar as a global “icon” for the marginalised people, has voiced the world body’s commitment to working closely with the India to support the people realising the vision of the noted Indian social reformer, of empowerment and social and economic equality. Helen Clark- the United Nations Development Programme- UNDP Administrator found stated in her keynote address at the Special event which was organised by the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations…

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India told UN HR Body: Peaceful Protest’s right not be divested, but it must not “Paralyse Society”

India told UN HR Body: Peaceful Protest’s right not be divested, but it must not “Paralyse Society”

United Nations: India told United Nations Human Rights Body that the people cannot be separated from their right to “peaceful protests”, however, any such protest or demonstration should not to be permitted so as to “paralyse” the life of the civilized society. The Permanent Representative of India at United State in Geneva- Ajit Kumar found stating from India in its Explanation of Vote in connection with the adoptions of Draft resolution on ‘Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in the Context of Peaceful Protests’. The Statements were preferred on Thursday,…

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UN blames Saudi-led forces for most Yemeni civilian deaths

UN blames Saudi-led forces for most Yemeni civilian deaths

Sanaa: Vast majority of civilian from Yemen were put to death in the conflict, where the Saudi- led coalition bombing was effected. The Chief of United Nations found stated, yesterday, on 18th March that international crimes may have been committed. Notably, for protesting Britain’s continued supply of arms to Saudi Arabia, the campaigner delivered fake missiles to Downing Street, yesterday, and despite concerns, such arms are being used against civilians in Yemen. While campaign against the rebels which is Iran- backed, in Yemen there have been seen a repeated criticism…

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Report: UN adopts resolution against sex abuse by peacekeepers

Report: UN adopts resolution against sex abuse by peacekeepers

New York City: On Friday, the United Nations Security Council has granted approval to the first resolution to deal with sexual abuse cases by UN peacekeepers. Usually, this job is entrusted with the UN peacekeepers who always extend their hands to protect the vulnerable groups in volatile areas of the world. The main concern was in the areas like Central African Republic and Congo. According to the report of the UN, there were nearly 69 cases of sexual abuse by UN Peacekeepers in 2015. The resolution got its approval by…

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