A year of love and sadness in India
Posted On July 11, 2021
A year ago, the country witnessed a historic moment of love for the country, when the country was finally reunited with the world.
On April 14, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s historic visit to the US was celebrated by many people as a landmark moment for India.
Modi is widely hailed as a national hero for the peaceful protests against the military dictatorship of the late military dictator Rajiv Gandhi.
He is widely viewed as a hero for ushering in a peaceful transition to democracy.
However, the political mood in India has changed dramatically since Modi took power, with a series of violent attacks and murders taking place on a regular basis.
For a country that has experienced so many tragedies, it is difficult to believe that the peaceful transition from dictatorship to democracy has been accomplished so easily.
However the peaceful change in India that Modi is touted for, has not been accompanied by an improvement in its human rights situation.
As per UN statistics, India has not seen an improvement of the human rights record of its people over the last two decades.
In 2012, the UN Human Rights Council reported that, while India had recorded a rise in the number of deaths due to violations of human rights, it had recorded an overall decline in the overall number of violations and the number involved in violent deaths, which decreased from 7,000 in 1996 to 4,000 by 2014.
The Human Rights Commission of India, a human rights organisation, also pointed out that, over the same period, the number in the total number of death in India had increased by over 5 million, which is one of the highest per capita rates of any country in the world, and that this was the result of an increase in the use of lethal force against unarmed civilians.
India’s human rights problems have worsened in the last few years, as the government has been trying to tackle a series the issues of caste and communal violence.
For the first time in the country’s history, there was an increase of cases of rape in the state of Uttar Pradesh, where Modi had his first visit as the chief minister of Uttar.
The state government also tried to crack down on dissent by arresting over a thousand students who protested against the killing of a Muslim cleric in a public space.
The latest case of a woman who was gang-raped in Delhi in November 2016 was brought to the attention of the country by a woman activist.
The police also arrested a group of students who were protesting against the arrest of two men in the capital, Delhi.
In addition, there has been a rise of cases against women for not wearing a hijab and against the women’s rights activists who have been subjected to attacks by police.
The government has tried to control the media and to silence critics by shutting down news media and publishing only one opinion-shaping newspaper per week.
The media also has been heavily censored, and a recent poll conducted by the media watchdog World Press Freedom found that nearly 70 percent of the readers of news media were not interested in covering these issues.
The country’s political discourse is dominated by two political parties, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Samajwadi Party (SP).
The BJP has been in power since 2004, and is one half of the ruling coalition.
The SP has been ruled by the Congress for nearly 30 years, and for most of that time, it has been led by a minority, the Shiv Sena, which has been largely responsible for the violence in India.
The Shiv Senan has been one of India’s most vocal opponents of Modi’s government, and its leaders have frequently been found guilty of crimes.
In 2016, the party issued a press release accusing the BJP of violating the Constitution, and of violating India’s constitution and laws.
It also launched an investigation into the death of Jyoti Singh, a 22-year-old Dalit woman who died after being sexually assaulted in a temple in Himachal Pradesh state in July 2016.
The Supreme Court later rejected the charges against the Sena leaders, but the BJP has now tried to bring charges against Modi, and has launched a legal action against him.
Modi, in his first major speech in the new year, said that India has always had a rich history of freedom and justice.
He also mentioned that in the past, there have been many violent attacks on religious minorities.
However he did not mention the cases of Dalits who were killed by the state in the name of communal violence, or the attacks on the activists who were being harassed by the government.
On March 5, 2017, Modi, who is also the President of the Indian National Congress, delivered his first speech as Prime Minister.
The speech came at a time when India’s economy was in freefall.
A major financial crisis had hit the country in 2017, and the economy has also been plagued by inflation.
On the eve of Modi giving his speech, India was rocked by a series.
One of the major incidents was the murder of two Dalit students by a mob in the western state of Bihar, on