ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Foreign Comment on Human Rights in India

Foreign Comment on Human Rights in India A G Noorani BY now S B Chavan, the union home minister, has acquired an unenviable record for gaffes and volte faces. On September 21 in London he invited Amnesty International to send a delegation to New Delhi for meaningful discussions, specifically, "within the next few weeks". Amnesty, he said, had, been in touch with the Indian High Commission there "for a constructive dialogue which would include under their enlarged mandate the problem posed to us by terrorism". Amnesty welcomed this decision instantly.

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