India Human Rights Report Quarterly, October-December 2010, Issue-2
J & K: Abuse of Article 370
"India Human Rights Report Quarterly" is the only journal providing information about the status of human rights in each State of India. Further, this issue contains a Special Report on Jammu and Kashmir that includes Abuse of Article 370”, Order Extraordinaire of the NHRC on J&K, status of J&K State Human Rights Commission and deplorable conditions of the Sikhs and Hindu minorities who have been denied citizenship of J&K despite their migration in 1947; field reports on "Forced eviction of Adivasis from Lungsung forest area in Kokrajhar district of Assam" and "Bru repatriation: Mizoram fails to utilize the agreement facilitated by Asian Centre for Human rights"; analysis of the Delhi High Court judgment upholding the responsibility of the Government of India for implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on the IDPs with respect to the Kashmiri Pandits; and the judgement of the Supreme Court of India [SLP(Crl) No. 10367 of 2010] declaring the Scheduled Tribes as "indigenous peoples" of India and Concluding Observations of the UN CERD Committee on the exceptional report submitted by the Government of India on the Gujarat massacre of 2002.