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Bring Dr Chishty home – alive

Bring Dr Chishty home – alive

An elderly, bed-ridden man sentenced to life imprisonment in an ‘enemy’ country for a murder he didn’t commit awaits the signature on his clemency petition Human rights activists in...
I didn’t know I was on the Pakistani side

I didn’t know I was on the Pakistani side

Indian fisher boys incarcerated in Pakistani prisons talk about how they were arrested and their anxiety about their families back home By Sheher Bano The recent arrest of eight Pakistani fishermen...
To the respected Governor Rajasthan Shivraj Patil…

To the respected Governor Rajasthan Shivraj Patil…

As an ailing, aged Pakistani prisoner in an Indian jail awaits a compassionate response to his mercy appeal, activists and legal experts counter the Governor Rajasthan’s objections to the...
A factual response to the Governor

A factual response to the Governor

A summary of the detailed response of People’s Union For Civil Liberties, Rajasthan, to the Governor’s concerns regarding the pardon of Dr Chishty The General Secretary of the...
A constitutional and legal response to the Governor’s objections

A constitutional and legal response to the Governor’s objections

Supreme Court Senior Advocate Dr Rajeev Dhawan has addressed the constitutional and legal issues raised by the Governor Rajasthan In “Further comments on Governor’s pardon” dated...
Free Dr Chishty Indian Supreme Court judge’s appeal to Manmohan Singh

Free Dr Chishty Indian Supreme Court judge’s appeal to Manmohan Singh

FREEMONT, USA: An Indian Supreme Court judge has sent a “personal appeal” to Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, urging him to release on “humanitarian grounds Dr Chishty, the...
Editorial

Editorial

Special Report The News on Sunday We probably didn’t need to do this Special Report. Newspaper stories don’t matter when it comes to Indians in Pakistani jails and vice versa. In fact,...
Disavowed citizens

Disavowed citizens

India and Pakistan callously wash their hands off their citizens, even though it is the duty of diplomatic missions to come to the latter’s aid By Sushant Sareen Unless they become a cause...
Minor offence, severe repercussions

Minor offence, severe repercussions

Offences which may be considered minor in other countries are ‘heinous’ when committed by Indians and Pakistanis in each other’s territory Muhammad Shahbaz, 35, a member of the...
…and vice versa

…and vice versa

By Aoun Sahi Treatment given to Indian prisoners here is no different from that of Pakistani prisoners there On July 15, 2006, four days after the Mumbai train blasts, Muhammad Hanif, a 40 year-old...