Anantnag: Sikhs have demanded a fresh probe into the Chattisinghpora massacre, in which 34 members of the community were killed by unidentified uniformed gunmen on ...
A Kashmir based Sikh body named All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee, today asked the state government for fresh probe into the Chattisinghpora massacre which claimed the lives of 35 innocent Sikhs on this day (March 20) in 2000.
A day after Pakistan's establishment made public its intentions to declare the Gilgit-Baltistan (PoK) region of Kashmir as its fifth province, the pro freedom leadership of Syed Ali Geelani,
As per reports in Kashmiri media, a Mumbai based political party Shiv Sena Hindustan (SSH) Thursday termed slain militant commander Burhan Wani as Martyr (Shaheed) and called the Jammu and Kashmir government a “terrorist” asking “what the PDP-BJP coalition achieved by killing innocents.’
November 30: A champion human rights activist of Jammu and Kashmir Janab Khurram Parvez has been released today after spending 76 days in prison.
Jammu and Kashmir High Court has termed the detention of Kashmiri human rights activist Khurram Parvez, under the Public Safety Act (PSA) as illegal, adding that the government order was not legal and that the “detaining authority has abused its powers”.
In a joint statement issued by pro-freedom faction of Kashmir Sayeed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik have accepted the request of the J&K Sikhs to postpone the 14th November 2016 ''Chalo Lal Chownk'' march.
Jammu and Kashmir police have arrested close to 7,000 people in the Kashmir valley during the ongoing curfew in Jammu and Kashmir.
A representative of the Shiormani Akali Dal Amritsar (Mann) told the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) that the Jammu and Kashmir police did not allow a delegation led by Simranjeet Singh Mann from crossing into the state borders.
DSGMC has demanded strict action against Shiv Sena Akhnoor leaders who reportedly thrashed a Sikh youth.
A joint delegation of Sikh leaders of various Sikh organizations Monday visited Handwara and Kupwara in north Kashmir.
A school student was killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district today when Indian security forces reportedly opened fire on protesters.
As per media reports armed persons today attacked a BSF convoy on Jammu-Srinagar main highway in Udhampur killing two personnel of the border guarding force and injuring 11 others. The state police maintained that one of the two gunmen involved in the strike was shot dead in retaliatory fire and the other was captured alive.
A report released by Amnesty International India earlier this month describes how AFSPA has allowed the security forces to get away with atrocities and deny justice to the victims.
Yesterday, Amnesty International India launched its latest report, “Denied: Failures in accountability for human rights violations by security force personnel in Jammu and Kashmir”, which documents the obstacles to justice faced in several cases of human rights violations believed to have been committed by Indian security force personnel in Jammu and Kashmir.
Twenty-five years after the introduction of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act in Jammu and Kashmir, the law continues to feed a cycle of impunity for human rights violations, Amnesty International India said in a new report published today.
Amnesty International India informed Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) about it's plan to launch a major new report on lack of justice and accountability for human rights violations by security force personnel in Jammu and Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir's Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Kumar Singh today went on to justify the police firing and killing of a Sikh youth on June 04. He said that the “anti-national activities like raising Pakistani flags and pro-Khalistani slogans” have been going on since long in Jammu and Kashmir but it is their government that has “acted” against such (so-called) “anti-national activities”.
Sikhs in Jammu were outraged after police personnel removed posters related to “Ghallughara June 1984” day. The posters were being termed as “objectionable stuff” by the police and the media as the posters were carrying photo of Shaheed Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.
Jammu and Kashmir authorities must prohibit the use of pellet-firing shotguns in policing demonstrations, as they are inherently inaccurate and indiscriminate, Amnesty International India said today.Next Page »