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Exhibition in Houston

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Sir, The exhibition on Kashmir killings (The Tribune, Aug. 20) titled “A glimpse of a tragedy without an end” organised by the French journalist and author Francois Gautier and hosted by the Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism (FACT) in Continue Reading…

Exhibition on Kashmir killings draws thousands

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Tribune News Service, Houston, August 28, Heart-rending pictures depicting the tragic plight of Kashmiri Pandits, their selective killings, mass cremations, exodus and refugee life since 1990 due to terrorism in Kashmir drew thousands of people at an exhibition here.
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Game of trilateral hypocrisy

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Published in The Tribune, by K.N. Pandita – This has reference to M.L. Kak’s report “APHC keen on talks despite threat” (July 23). The internally displaced Pandits are an abysmally divided house, lacking united leadership. Talks with any one or a few of these will Continue Reading…

Iran bogged down in nuclear controversy

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By K.N. Pandita – A less expressed view in some knowledgeable Iranian circles is that the new President’s hard-line posture is an exception rather than the rule There are other more baffling issues that must fill the priority list of the President. Un-remitted social Continue Reading…


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Letter to Dr. Swaminathan:

Dear Dr. Swaminathan, I am Dr. Kashinath Pandita, General Secretary of Asian-Eurasian Human Rights Forum based in Geneva. May I help you remind that in the context of the last Pugwash meeting at Continue Reading…

Letter to Chairperson-Rapporteur

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Mr. Asbjorn Eide, Chairperson-Rapporteur, Working Group on Minorities, 19th Session, UN Human Rights Commission, Geneva, August 04, 2005:

Dear Mr. Eide, Our NGO (Asian-Eurasian Human Rights Forum affiliated to CONGO) has carefully studied the Report of the Working Group on Continue Reading…