India, the world’s most populous democracy, has significant human rights problems despite making commitments to tackle some of the most prevalent abuses. The country has a thriving civil society, free media, and an independent judiciary...read more
Till the year 2013, remedies available to a victim of domestic violence in the civil courts (divorce) and criminal courts (vide Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code) were limited. There was no emergency relief available to the victim; the remedies that were available ...read more
Children are considered as the future of any nation, these distressed children who come from difficult circumstances that detach them from the joys of childhood are in desperate hope of their better future. No doubt, these tiny tots require love, care, affection warmth and education ...read more
National Human Rights Council of India was formed in the year 2012 on 16th February with a view to serve the country by means of humanity without personal interest. We are a Non-Government, Non Political, and Social Organization.
National Human Rights Council of India began its endless journey with the co-operation of visionaries like Chandra Sekhar Dey, Ramakant Pandit, who had a dup and vast experience in the field of Human Rights Protection and Social Services. We began our activities in a small office in Delhi, at present; we are working in Seven States and more than 125 Block, Sub-division ... read more