“We have seen a comment by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights regarding the legal action against Teesta Setalvad and two other persons.
US Supreme Court ruling on abortion 'huge blow' to women's human rights, gender equality: UNHR Chief
The UN Women added that when safe and legal access to abortion is restricted, women are forced to resort to less-safe methods, too often with damaging or disastrous results.
"Each nation should be allowed to find its own path based on its particular circumstances and criticizing those countries that lecture others on human rights and politicise the issue," he said.
The resolution was adopted by a vote of 33 in favour, China and Eritrea voting against and 12 abstentions.
The UN human rights office publishes a daily toll of civilian deaths and injuries that it can verify to a certain standard, though stresses that the 'actual figures are considerably higher'.
A day earlier, Russia was suspended from the UN Human Rights Council.
TS Tirumurti said India continues to remain deeply concerned at the worsening situation and reiterates its call for end to all hostilities.
Covering the period since the 1 February 2021 military takeover, the report is based on interviews with over 155 victims, witnesses, and advocates, whose accounts were corroborated.
The rights office admits that the figures so far are a vast undercount and it uses a strict methodology and counts only confirmed casualties.
UN Human Rights Chief Bachelet has long sought access to the western Chinese region to investigate accusations of abuse against ethnic Uyghurs.
Concerned about exclusion of women in Afghanistan; Hazara, Hindu women especially vulnerable: UN experts
UN human rights experts said these concerns are exacerbated in the cases of women from "ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities such as the Hazara, Tajik, Hindu and other communities."
Apply any yardstick to workers in Lanka’s tea plantations—living conditions, longevity of life, education—they are at the bottom of the ladder.
UN deputy rights chief Nada Al-Nashif said they received credible allegations of more than 100 killings of former Afghan national security forces and others associated with the former government.
India vowed to continue to work for the promotion and protection of Human Rights through "Samman, Samvad and Sahyog."
UN Human Rights Council last week announced in Geneva that they are in possession of some 120,000 pieces of evidence on alleged abuses committed by Sri Lankan troops.