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First for Modi govt, UNHRC to review India's human rights record

Issues likely under scanner: Discrimination of Dalits, cow vigilantism, attacks on minorities

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Archis Mohan  |  New Delhi 



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The Council, or UNHRC, will examine India's human rights record on Thursday. This is part of the UN body's Universal Periodic Review started in 2008. This will be India's third review, but significantly its first during the tenure of the Narendra Modi government.

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First Published: Tue, May 02 2017. 23:30 IST

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