This report examines female infanticide worldwide with Liechtenstein having the highest skewed sex ratio at birth with 126 males/100 females, followed by China, Armenia, India, Azerbaijan, Viet Nam, Albania, Georgia, South Korea, Tunisia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Nepal.

Asian Centre for Human Rights in its report, “Arunachal Pradesh: Not the Chakmas/Hajongs but other non-tribals pose bigger threat to indigenous peoples”, stated that Chakmas and Hajongs of Arunachal Pradesh who had migrated from erstwhile East Pakistan during 1964-1968 do not pose any threat to indigenous peoples of Arunachal Pradesh.

This study was undertaken since 2009 to examine the scale and extent of grants being released to voluntary organizations (VOs)/Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) by the government of India, both at Central and State level for implementation of various programmes/ schemes across the country.

This report reveals that widespread human rights violations
continue to take place across India. These are particularly serious in conflict afflicted areas, and often result in crimes against the civilian population. The report documents the ongoing use of torture and death following torture of detainees by members of the security forces.