Human rights and terrorism are broad phenomena, not just legal problems, and the legal perspective is surely not

the only one relevant to an analysis of
their role in contemporary international relations. But the law can contribute to viable solutions, and awareness of the legal perspective is just as important for policymakers as other perspectives are for international lawyers.


Internationally-recognized human
rights are commonly understood to
encompass those rights to which
all persons are entitled without
discrimination by the mere fact of being human —that is, rights that cannot be denied or restricted on the basis of culture, tradition, nationality, political orientation, social standing or other factors, but must be protected in fact and given effect by law.
Broadly speaking, these rights include
the most fundamental preconditions for a dignified human existence. They are primarily asserted against government authorities (i.e., must be respected, protected and given effect by the government) but in some instances are also capable of assertion against other individuals in their private capacities
(e.g. discrimination)


At its most general level, the term
“terrorism” denotes the (generally
criminal) use of politically-
motivated violence. It is typically
used to refer to “a special form or
tactic of fear-generating, coercive
political violence” as well as “a
conspiratorial practice of calculated,
demonstrative, direct violent action
without legal or moral restraints,
targeting mainly civilians and non-
combatants, performed for its
propagandistic and psychological
effects on various audiences and
conflict parties.”

However, no single or agreed legal
definition exists at the international
level. The term is frequently
employed to describe a wide range
of acts committed in response
to varying circumstances and
phenomena at both the domestic
and international levels. Its use is
often politically-charged


Terrorism is not a single phenomenon. It comes in many varieties. Nor is it generated by a single “cause” but can arise from a variety of circumstances and motivations which differ (in nature, impact, and extent) from situation to situation.  In many instances, those circumstances and motivations involve real or perceived human rights violations. Among the commonly-cited conditions that make terrorism possible or likely (“precursors”) are extreme poverty, social exclusion, and economic privation; religious and ethnic prejudice and discrimination; political repression and denials of due
process; communal alienation; and lack of education, employment opportunities and social services. Without question, political objectives and ideological orientation have frequently played important roles (i.e., desire to end foreign occupation or outside interference, to overthrow or promote a particular form of governance) .


At the same time, some measures to
counter or prevent terrorist acts can
themselves pose serious challenges to
the protection and promotion of human rights both for the perpetrators and for the population at large. The declaration of the “Global War on Terror” in the wake of
the 9/11 attacks, which led to the use of torture and other “enhanced interrogation techniques” and to such practices as “irregular rendition” and prolonged


Kill the bill not the gays – the voice of Ugandan Catholics.

The country criminalizes same-sex relationships, and a draft bill presented in the Ugandan parliament in 2009 would have established life in prison as the penalty for even a single instance of homosexual behavior. That bill also would have decreed the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality,” such as having gay sex with a minor or a disabled person.

At a press conference in Kampala on Friday, the relationship between the martyrs’ legacy and the current situation vis-à-vis gays and lesbians was addressed by local organizers of the papal trip.

Government of Uganda is
re-introduced a bill that would mean harsh penalties for gay sex in Uganda was introduced to the national assembly on Friday,
Bill could impose the death penalty for gay sex acts. The state minister for ethics and integrity, Simon lodoko, said it is not good enough that the current penal code “only criminalizes the act, ” adding that it needs to punish anyone “even involved in the promotion and recruitment” of homosexuality
The new bill will also criminalize the growth and recruitment of homosexuality.
“Homosexuality is not natural to Ugandans, ” he said in a statement. “But there has been massive recruitment by gay people in schools, and especially among the youth, where they are promoting the falsehood that people are born like that.”

Uzbekistan reminiscence Mahatma Gandhi by publishing postage stamp.

The whole world is celebrating 150th anniversary of Gandhi and several events taking place across the country. Uzbekistan done something different to honour gandhi-ji


Post Association of “O’zbekiston Pochtasi” in a different move in coalition with Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications now going to calculate 2postage stamp in the name of mahatma Gandhi on his 150th anniversary.

The stamp illustrate a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi with a caption in Uzbek and English languages

“150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi”.

Uzbekistan celebrating the 150th anniversary of gandhi-ji whose philosophy is popular in Uzbekistan. Various events are taking place in Uzbeks and even quite the streets in Uzbekistan are named after Mahatma Gandhi.

Last year mahatma gandhi’s book ” story of my life” was published in uzebek language. When last year Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s state visit to India and gifted translated book to president and prime minister of India.

Mumbai is going to face a crisis for sandwich bread.

Mumbai is going to face a crisis for sandwich bread.

Legendary wins bread factories are shut down creating a crisis for sandwiches.

Western India Bakers, who had cover 46% of the sliced bread market in Mumbai. the sandwiches sold in the city are compatible with the use of Wibs bread.

the shut down of the factories and this has become a severe problem for sandwichwalas as Wibs provided bread to 90 per cent of the sandwich vendors across Mumbai . Wibs also holds (held) 46% of the market share in city’s sliced bread market.

The company employs over 3000 people and is distributed by 68 distributors who hire delivery boys for rapid movement. So the shut down also poses a serious risk to the livelihood of these people who haven’t been paid since a week. Since distributors can’t sell any other bread under their exclusivity clause with Wibs, they are running in huge losses.

From September 19 onwards wibs bread is vanish from the market.
Wibs also holds 46% market share in the city.

It was established in 1973 and become the popular bread in Mumbai.
The family dispute is key reason for shut down of wibs bread factories
There are various factories in the city that churn out the celebrated bread and all have been shut due to the company being bogged down into familial disagreement. According to a Mumbai Mirror report, the company was run by three brothers (Iranis) and the eldest one has moved to court to crumble their partnership. The eldest, Khodadad Irani, who was allegedly mistreated by his family, is seeking to discontinue his partnership in the company with Sheriar Irani, the youngest brother, after the death of their brother Hoshang Irani.

Shut down of wibs is effecting serious risk to ‘sandwich waLa’ running with a huge loss.

Explained: Why India denied a visa to Kosovo boxer Donjeta Sadiku in November 2018?

The case is similar to Kashmir and the reason India doesn’t WANT WORLD to charge India for hypocrisy.

India denied a visa to Kosovo boxer Donjeta Sadiku to participate in the AIBA women’s world boxing championship.

immediately reaction came from Olympic committee of Asia
(OCA) President wrote to the sports minister and the Indian Olympic Association president, saying the visa denial “cast doubt” on India’s eligibility for hosting future international sporting events. for its part, AIBA threatened that it would reconsider

For India this is about more than the European nation this is about a long and to his principle that India holds that of sovereignty and respect the territorial integrity.

India does not recognize Kosovo as an independent nation, despite it has declared itself independent from Siberia in 2008.

Non-aligned movement is one of those reasons.

Non-Aligned movement

1. Mutual respect for each other territorial integrity.

2. Mutual nonaggression.

3. Mutual non-interference in domestic affairs.

4. Equality and mutual benefit.

5. Peaceful co-existence.

The difficulty for India to recognize Kosovo is, Kosovo can set a very dangerous precedent for similar cases around the world.

What if India recognize Kosovo?

With a conflict-ridden Kashmir to the north ‘Azaadi’ slogans are routinely heard, and again Khalistani struggle. India is reluctant to lead weight the nation that provinces is conflicted.

If India recognizes Kosovo this action would be going to lead India into legitimate charges of hypocrisy if you will accept the right of self-determination of country, why not you apply same for Kashmir and Khalistan.

Kosovo history:-

When we look back to Kosovo history at one time Kosovo had been the heart of the Serbian empire only to be last to the ottomans in 1398. In 1912 centuries later Serbia recognized control of Kosovo and by 1946 Kosovo any absorb into the Yugoslav federation.

In 1960s Kosovo began to assert its autonomy being a majority of Muslim provinces after centuries of Ottoman rule in majority Christian federation.

In 1980s Yugoslav federation accepted this autonomy given to Kosovo defector self-government.

The war between Serbs and ethnic laborious we’re thousand Kosovo killed in a conflict killing and reverse killing.

NATO finally intervene against Yugoslavia and the kunararo agreement was reached in 1999 to end the war.

Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008 and Serbia rejects this move. Serbia does not recognize Kosovo as an independent state. Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia.

Kosovo has been recognized as an independent state by 112 out of 193 United nation member states.

Farmers of uttarpradesh are not getting there 3rd installment under PM kishan samman nidhi.

Farmers of uttarpradesh are not getting there 3rd installment under PM kishan samman nidhi.

Pradhan mantri kishan samman nidhi is initiative by government in which all small and marginal farmers will get minimum income support upto 6,000 per year .

India is an agricultural country and uttarpradesh play’s major role . But the farmer’s of uttarpradesh has not yet paid their 3rd installment under PM-kishan samman nidhi.

The state’s like Gujrat, Andar pradesh, telangana are the top three state’s which have paid their 3rd installment to farmer’s which is around 16.35 lakh in gujarat and 11.03lakh Telangana.

The third installment was not paid yet to uttarpradesh farmers, the due date was between August 1 and November 30.

The data shows that 6.47 crore farmers are benefited from the scheme but the current ratio is completely different 6.47 crore to 3.83 crore drop during 2nd installment now third is still yet to come final report .Total number of beneficiaries is 17046996
1st installment paid to 15827944
2nd installment 10848665
3rd installment is 0

The numbers are going down from 1st to 2nd installment .

Reason Behind India omitted SCO Eurasian Economic Forum in China?

The Eurasian Economic union (EAEU) summit which was held at xi’an in china and was organised by Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).

Insight into the meeting which clearly proves the motive indicating the Belt and Road initiative and the unpresence of india on the forum clearly shows the message what india wants to show to world.

Chinese and Russian higher government authority Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev met in Beijing for one Belt trade policy and the current scenario that both parties are agreed on one belt trade policy.

Why India was not the part of SCO’s meeting?
China is planning major project for trade corridor which going to connect the major continents of Asia, Europe, and Africa. Reason behind india opposed BELT AND ROAD initiative is explained by Ministry of External Affairs that “No country can accept a project that ignores it’s core concerns on supremacy and territorial integrity.
Have to look back when how all started, China has used veto power against india on the major issues so it’s time to pay back to china.