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Chattisinghpora remembers the Sikh victims of 2000 carnage

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 ...

35 Sikhs were massacred at Chattisinghpora in 2000 - Still no justice

No Justice for Chattisinghpora Sikh Massacre even after 17 years: Sikh body asks for Re-Investigation

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.

Pro Freedom Kashmiri Leaders Denounce Pakistan’s Move Declare Gilgit-Baltistan Its Fifth Province

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,

Killing of innocent child in Kupwara- An outcome of recent threat statement of Indian army chief: Hurriyat

Hurriyat Conference maintains that killing of innocent baby was an outcome of recent threat statement of Indian army chief against militants families.

UN Secretary Gen Mulls Talking To Indian & Pakistani Officials On Kashmir Issue

The newly appointed UN secretary general Antonio Guterres in his first international arbitrary effort is mulling the option of talking to senior officials

Jammu & Kashmir DGP Warns of Hunting Down Militants’ Families

Militants should realize that they too have families, DGP of the Jammu and Kashmir police said today in a strong warning after an attack on an officer's home

Indian Administration to Re-engage Pellet guns in Occupied Kashmir: Media Reports

There are reports in the media that Indian para-military force CRPF will re-deploy pellet guns in Kashmir.

Kashmir Is A Political Problem: Sayed Ali Shah Geelani

In a strong reply to the statement of Indian Army chief, General Bipin Rawat, wherein he has said that freedom of Jammu and Kashmir is inconceivable and called for

No Place In India Safe For Kashmiri Youth: Hurriyat Conference

No place in India is safe for Kashmiri youth, said Huriyat while adding that hundreds of youth were arrested and detained for long periods.

MHA Report reveals Indian State’s plan to Control Mosque, Madrasa, Print and TV Media to Curb Kashmiri Aspirations

It has been almost three decade for the Kashmir valley reeling under state repression. The Indian state instead of addressing the concerns of the people

Where’s The Justice For Kashmir Kunan Poshpora ?

If the news of Mohammad Fazili, the man who was incarcerated for 12 years with regard to the 2005 Delhi blasts, haunted you for all the torture, misdemeanour

Two Kashmiri Students Booked For not Standing Up During Jan Gan Man Anthem

As per the media reports surfacing from Jammu two Kashmiri youths hailing from Anantnag and Handwara areas have been arrested for allegedly

Hanging of Afzal Guru Is An Indelible Stain On India’s Democracy: Dal Khalsa

The pro freedom party of the Sikhs Dal Khalsa here today reasserted that the hanging of Kashimiri Nationalist Janab Afzal Guru was an indelible stain on

Maqbool Bhatt’s Freedom Cry Echoes in Kashmir, Says Dal Khalsa

Joining ranks with the Kashmiris in support of their struggle for freedom the revolutionary political group Dal Khalsa today paid homage to the memory of Maqbool Bhatt

Shiv Sena Hindustan Leader Say Burhan Wani is a Martyr, Government is Terrorist State: Media Reports

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.’

Kashmiri Human Rights Activist Khurram Parvez Released, Dal Khalsa Appreciate the Move

November 30: A champion human rights activist of Jammu and Kashmir Janab Khurram Parvez has been released today after spending 76 days in prison.

Detention of rights activist Khurram Parvez illegal, Release him: says J&K High Court

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”.

End Repression In Kashmir: A Call From The Civil Society

Various organizations and individuals have urged the Indian government to end repression in Kashmir.

UK Sikhs Extend Hand of Friendship to Kashmiris Amid Indian Aggression

The President of western part Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan, was warmly received in the UK by Sikh activists in Birmingham on 27 October 2016.

Kashmir Crisis: Around 7000 Arrests during Curfew, More than 450 booked under PSA

Jammu and Kashmir police have arrested close to 7,000 people in the Kashmir valley during the ongoing curfew in Jammu and Kashmir.

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