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Pakistan releases 10 indian prisoners inlcuding 7 Fiishermen #goodnews

Yudhvir Rana, TNN AMRITSAR: Pakistan government has released 10 Indian prisoners including 7 fishermen from Karachi‘s Landhi jail and from other jails of Punjab on Thursday. The released prisoners would reach Wagah(Pakistan) border on Friday from where they will be… Continue Reading →

Abolish death penalty in India, Pakistan: Burney

Vishal Joshi, Hindustan Times Karnal, December 13, 2012 Former Pakistan federal minister and human rights activist Ansar Burney has advocated a complete abolition on awarding capital punishment. Interacting with the reporters here on Wednesday evening, Burney said that death sentence… Continue Reading →

Sarabjit, Kirpal may get life as Pak commutes death penalties #goodnews

  Yudhvir Rana, TNN | Aug 13, 2012, 05.25AM IST AMRITSAR: The Pakistan government has provided a fresh lease of life to Indian death row prisoners Sarabjit Singh and Kirpal Singh when it began the process of commuting all death sentences into life imprisonment. According to… Continue Reading →

Endless wait for return of a ‘martyr’ from Pakistan

Gautam Dheer, Apr 28, 2012 : Deccan Herald —For over three decades, 61-year old and ailing Angrez Kaur lived a life in tremulous dilemma unsure if her husband was alive or if she was a widow.  Her son Amrik Singh… Continue Reading →

Pakistani human rights activist asks govt to reveal identities of Indian Prisoners of War

Yudhvir Rana, TNN | Apr 23, 2012, 07.03PM IST AMRITSAR: Pakistan’s former Federal Minister for Human Rights, Ansar Burney has asked Pakistan to reveal the identities of Indian Prisoners of War (PoW) who had died in its custody. The Human Rights Activist has argued… Continue Reading →

Activist asks India, Pak to mend ties

Jaipur, April 13 2012, DHNS: Pakistani rights activist Ansar Burney on Friday demanded tangible action from India and Pakistan to mend their strained relation and prove that the recent meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistani president Asif Ali… Continue Reading →

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