ICHR

AcronymDefinition
ICHRIndependent Commission for Human Rights (est. 1993)
ICHRInstitute for Child Health Research (Israel)
ICHRIndian Council for Historical Research
ICHRIrish Centre for Human Rights (National University of Ireland; est. 2000)
ICHRInternational Champagne Horse Registry
ICHRInternational Crusade for Holy Relics
ICHRInternational Council for Human Rights
ICHRInternational Centre for Humanitarian Reporting
ICHRIowa Coalition for Human Rights
ICHRInternational Congress for the History of Religions
ICHRIjaw Council on Human Rights
ICHRInteramerican Convention on Human Rights
ICHRIron City Houserockers (band)
ICHRInner City Health Research
ICHRFirst Chronicles (bible)
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The Minister was delighted to know that ICHR has completed 2800 research works till date and have asked the officials to extend this research to society to reap its benefits.
PCHR called upon the Attorney General to open a serious investigation into these incidents, including the attack on ICHR's Director and his colleague, and bring the perpetrators into justice.
Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo, the ICHR Chairman, maintained that the crucial advocacy and diplomatic work on Kashmir is of utter significance.
ISLAMABAD -- The Chairman of International Commission for Human Rights (ICHR) Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo, has urged OIC and EU Chiefs to condemn the bloody Sunday massacre in Occupied Kashmir.
As there are Indian Council for Cultural Relation (ICCR) and Indian Council for historical research (ICHR); similar way there could an Indian Council for Science (or technology) Relation at the behest Scientific Advisory Committee to the Cabinet.
We keep killing river and in India we have destroyed hundreds of them, not just a few," said Michel Danino, a guest professor at IIT Gandhinagar and a member of the Indian Council of Historical Research ( ICHR).
(1.) See Jayeeta Sharma, Empire's Garden: Assam and the Making of India (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2011), especially Part I; Amalendu Guha, Planter Raj to Swaraj: Freedom Struggle and Electoral Politics in Assam, 1826-1947 (New Delhi: ICHR, 1977), Sir Percival Griffiths, The History of the Indian Tea Industry (London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1967) and H.A.
"It was an evident use of excessive force against a peaceful gathering during which participants were attacked with stun grenades and rods," ICHR West Bank Director Farid al-Atrash told Ma'an.
According to the American Enterprise Institute's International Center on Housing Risk (ICHR), Washington, D.C., VA and USDA mortgage loans with a first-pay date in 2014 accounted for 13.3 percent of agency--Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, VA and RHS--purchase loans, with VA making up 10.9 percent of the loans and USDA the remaining 2.4 percent.
Until now, the International Council for Human Rights (ICHR) showed no objection to the national committee's work, with the exception of some western-led organisations such as Human Rights Watch (HRW).