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‘Will Boycott Voting’ Victim Of Human Shield Incident Farooq Dhar

Coming close to the heels of awarding the controvertial Indian army Major Leetul Gogoi for using the Kashmiri youth as human shield, the victim of this

Controversial Indian Army Major Gogoi Was Awarded “On The Spot” By Army Chief: Media Reports

As per the media reports for is his cowardly and inhumane act of tying a Kashmiri youth on the fender of his jeep the controversial Indian army Major Leetul Gogoi

Kashmir turned into ‘valley of tragedies’: Shabir Shah

It extremely unfortunate the silence maintained by the United Nations on the continuous use of pellets and pava shells in Kashmir saying the Kashmir has been turned into a ‘valley of tragedies’ by India - Shabir Shah.

Kashmir: Award For Soldier Suspected Of Torture Shows Disdain For Human Rights

The Indian Army’s decision to present an award to a soldier suspected of having a man tied to a moving military jeep in Jammu and Kashmir

Indian Army’s Open Endorsement to Atrocities on Kashmiris: Major Gogoi Awarded ‘Commendation Certificate’

Instead to condemning the blatant abuse of human rights by its official the Indian Army yesterday awarded 'Commendation Certificate' to Major Leetul Gogoi who had used a Kashmiri youth as human shield by tying him in front to an Army jeep.

Hindutva: Film Actor Paresh Raval Wants Arundhati Roy to be tied before Army Jeep

Hindi films actor and a Member of Indian Parliament Paresh Rawal made a controversial statement over Twitter last nigh in which he said that instead of a stone pelter, eminent author, intellectual and political activist Arundhati Roy should be tied to an army jeep.

Agitated over presence of CM Mehboob Mufti, Kashmiri women raise Azaadi slogans

As per the media reports the Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti was left deeply embarrassed after scores of women protesters here on Tuesday

Media Report About Clean Chit to Major who Kashmiri youth as Human Shield are Speculative: Indian Army spokesperson

Indian Army has reportedly denied having granted clean chit to a major who had tied a Kashmiri youth in front of an Army jeep to use him as a human shield supposedly to prevent stone pelting from Kashmiris.

UN Experts Urge India To Lift Social Media & Internet Ban In Kashmir

Raising alarm over the impact of internet and social media restrictions imposed by authorities in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, United Nations human rights experts have called on the Government to protect the right to freedom of expression and to pursue an open and democratic dialogue to address the region's social and political conflicts.

Kashmiri Militants Make Public Appearance during Burial of Slain Companion; Offer Gunfire Salute

A group of militants fires in the air at Qaimoh Kulgam in south Kashmir on Sunday during the funeral of a militant killed in Anantnag on Saturday.

Indian Election Commission Cancels Anantnag by-poll Amidst Strong Protest by Kashmiris

Amid growing pro-freedom protests in the Kashmir Valley, the Election Commission of India on Tuesday rescinded its notification issued for the Anantnag bypoll, which was scheduled for May 25, till further notice.

Hindutva Leader Praveen Togadia Vouches For ‘Carpet Bombing’ Of Kashmir

Amid of ongoing protest and prevaling unrest in the Kashmir valley, the leader of the pro hindutva outfit Vishwa Hindu Pareshid (VHP), Parveen Togadia here on Friday while addressing a rally

Indian Army’s ‘Cruelty And Cowardice In Kashmir’: New York Times on Human Shield Issue

NewYork: While most of the mainstream Indian media has completely sidelined the issue of abuse of a Kashmiri youth as human shield in Kashmir almost two ...

Kashmir Unrest: Srinagar Witnesses Clash Between Students & Police, 100 Students Are reported Wounded

Unrelenting chapter of violence continues in Kashmir valley with latest coming from Srinagar where as reported by the media the protesting students clashed with the state police, as they were protesting against the last week police raid on a college campus in which a 17 year old Kashmiri youth