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date: 07 jun 2008



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http://www.hrw.org/doc?t=asia&c=india



http://hrw.org/english/docs/2007/10/18/india17103.htm



in order to end the institutional defects that foster impunity in punjab and

elsewhere in the country, the government should take new legal and practical

steps, including the establishment of a commission of inquiry, a special

steps, including the establishment of a commission of inquiry, a special



prosecutor's office, and an extensive reparations program.







the 123-page report, "protecting the killers: a policy of impunity in



punjab, india <http://hrw.org/reports/2007/india1007/>," examines the



challenges faced by victims and their relatives in pursuing legal avenues



for accountability for the human rights abuses perpetrated during the



government's counterinsurgency campaign. the report describes the impunity



enjoyed by officials responsible for violations and the near total failure



of india's judicial and state institutions, from the national human rights



commission to the central bureau of investigation (cbi), to provide justice



for victims' families.







http://hrw.org/reports/2007/india1007/







http://hrw.org/english/docs/2008/04/10/india18507.htm







we write to you about the foreign contribution (regulation) act (fcra),



which the indian parliament passed in 1976 during a state of emergency, and



a proposed new bill, the foreign contribution (regulation) bill, 2006



(fcrb), which your government introduced to the rajya sabha in december






(fcrb), which your government introduced to the rajya sabha in december

2006. the new bill was referred to the parliamentary standing committee and

is presently awaiting cabinet approval before being placed for enactment. if

adopted, it will replace the fcra.



initially, the primary purpose of the fcra was to prohibit political

parties, politicians, and election candidates from accepting foreign

material and financial support in order to ensure that indian elections were

not affected by foreign interests. however, provisions were also included

which made it compulsory for associations considered to be of a "political

nature" to obtain prior permission from the government before accepting any

foreign contributions.



through an amendment in 1985, the act's emphasis on nongovernmental

organizations (ngos) increased. organizations having a "definite cultural,

economic, educational, religious or social programme" have also been

required to either register themselves with the government or receive its

prior permission in order to accept foreign donations and contributions.



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