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Return Rare Sikh Manuscripts Looted During The Army Invasion Of Darbar Sahib : Dr Dharamvir Gandhi

As per the media reports former Aam Adami party (AAP) leader and member of parliament from Patiala Dr Dharamvir Gandhi here on Monday, has sought return of rare Sikh manuscripts,

Indian Government Endorses use of Kashmiri Youth as Human Shield by its Armed Forces

Indian Government has decided endorse the position and to stand by the Army personnels who used Kashmiri youth as a 'human shield' by tying his onto the fender of the jeep before parading him for 20 kms.

Srinagar Re-poll: 2% Voting Turnout; ECI says it is Happy as polling went out ‘without trouble’

Merely 709 voters (just 2%) polled at the Sringar-Budgam constituency where re-polls were held on Thursday (April 13).

Indian Forces tie Kashmir Youth in front of Moving Jeep to escape stone pelting

As per the media reports coming in from Kashmir Valley a video has been going viral on the internet showing a local Kashmiri boy being tied to the front of a moving army jeep here on Friday, after former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah shared it on his Twitter account.

Haryana Minister Anil Vij Advocates Use of Indian Army Against Punjab on SYL Issue

Haryana health minister Anil Vij has said that the help of Indian Army should be taken to ensure construction of controversial Satluj Yamuna Link canal.

UK Sikhs to Press Theresa May to Come Clean on British Assistance to Indian Forces Against Sikhs in June 1984

UK based Sikh group is preparing to increase political pressure by getting constituents to write to individual MPs to encourage Theresa May to intervene and release vital information to demonstrate greater transparency to Parliament, the British public and the worldwide Sikh community.

GoI directs Immideate Vacation of 10 KMs area along Pak border: LIVE UPADTES

As per confirmed reports the Central Government of India has directed the Deputy Commissioners of border areas (borders with Pakistan) to get ten kilo-meters area from the international border vacated with immediate effect.

Indian Army strikes along side LoC; DGMO maintains ‘significant casualties’

Indian Army today maintained to have conducted strikes on certain places termed as "terror launch pads" along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir".

Kashmir: 17 Indian Army-men killed in gunmen strike on Uri army camp

As per media reports 17 Indian army personnel were killed and several others injured when militants attacked an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri town on Sunday morning.

Indian Army re-enters four south Kashmir areas; Two more Kashmiri youth killed in firing

The Indian Army on Friday (Sept. 09) took up positions in rural areas of four South Kashmir districts of Pulwama, Shopian, Kulgam and Anantnag, which witnessed mass protests in the last two months after the encounter killing of Kashmiri militant Burhan Wani.

Digital India tweet praises poem calling on Army to kill Kashmiris, Minister takes action

The official handle of Digital India, a flagship government initiative for a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy, on Thursday tweeted a poem promoting the killing of Kashmiris by the Army.

Burhan Wani’s ability to recruit in to militancy from the grave will far outstrip his social media outreach: Omar Abdulla

"Mark my words - Burhan's ability to recruit in to militancy from the grave will far outstrip anything he could have done on social media", Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) said in another Tweet.

Mass protests in Kashmir after encounter of Burhan Wani; 8 killed in police firing

Indian troops fired on protesters in Kashmir on Saturday, killing at least [eight] persons as tens of thousands of people defied a curfew and participated in the funeral of a top rebel commander a day after he was killed by Indian forces in the disputed Himalayan region, notes Daily Mail.

Indian Army chief denies possession of stolen Sikh Reference Library artefacts

Indian Army chief Dalbir Singh Suhag maintained that the artefacts of the Sikh Reference Library were not in the possession of Indian army.

SGPC seeks return of Sikh Reference Library artefacts from Indian Army

SGPC has once again sought the return of rare manuscripts and historical documents that were taken away by the Indian Army from the Sikh Reference Library during June 1984 attack.

Army man opens indiscriminate fire over family dispute in Sangrur; Kills 3, self

According to a news reported by IBTimes an Indian Army soldier opened fire indiscriminately in Punjab on Tuesday and left at least seven civilians injured.

Indian CRPF firing on protesters killed one Kashmiri youth, two others Injured

A youth was killed and two others were injured allegedly in CRPF firing on demonstrators in central Kashmir’s Budgam district today, the police said.

Indian Army guns down 24-years-old Student in Tarl (J&K); Amnesty India seeks investigation

The Jammu and Kashmir government must ensure an independent criminal investigation into the killing of a 24-year-old student by army personnel on 13 April, Amnesty International India said.

Convictions by Indian Army in Machil fake encounter case, a welcome measure: Amnesty International India

Amnesty International India has welcomed recent measures taken by Indian Army authorities indicating a commitment to deliver justice for victims of human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir.

Kashmir, I will die, again and again

Yes, I am dead, shot dead, yesterday, tomorrow, day after tomorrow or day before yesterday. In Budgam, in Baramulla or Banihal, I can be anyone from anywhere in Kashmir and I am dead. I remember it exactly. I remember my death. I remember the face of my killer, his clothes and the gun. I saw his eyes. I know him. He is everywhere in Kashmir.

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