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Indian Air Force’s MIG 21 Crashes in Bikaner (Rajasthan) After ‘Bird Hit’

A MiG-21 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force crashed in Rajasthan’s Bikaner on Friday. The plane crashed after it reportedly suffered a bird hit.

3 Indian Army Personnel Fall From Chopper During Security Drill

It is reported by the media sources that Three Army personnel were injured during a security drill at the Army’s parade ground in New Delhi.

No Term Like ‘Martyr’ Or ‘Shaheed’ Exists For Armed Forces Personnel: Indian Defense & Home Ministries

Contrary to the ongoing media discourse there is no term as "martyr" or "shaheed" in the Army or the police and instead a soldier or a policeman killed

Chinese Media & Officials Reiterate Warnings On Possible Military Confrontation With India

As per the media reports emanating from China in which its local media outlets has claimed that the countdown to a military conflict between India and China

UN’s Term ‘Indian Administered Kashmir’ Used To Address The State Of Kashmir ‘Irks’ India

As reported by the media the Indian government here today claimed that the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir is an "integral part of India" and therefore

‘Rude Acts Of Mere Instinct’ Civil Liberties & Democratic Rights Body On Human Shield Issue

Civil liberties and Democratic Rights organizations have for long argued that using Indian Army to prosecute war against our own people is to fight an ignoble war,

Breaking News: IAF’s Sukhoi-30 Goes Missing Over Assam, Search Operation Underway

As per the media reports coming in an Indian Air Force (IAF) Sukhoi-30 aircraft which was on a routine training, went missing

HRW tells India to Accept UN Rights Body Recommendations on AFSPA & Address Torture, Disappearances, Minority Rights

New York (September 03, 2012): In a recent release dated Sept. 03, 2012 the Human Rights Watch has urged India to accept the recommendations by United Nations member states at the UN’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) to address the country’s most serious human rights problems. During the September 2012 session of the UN Human Rights Council, India will submit its responses to the 169 recommendations made at its second review on May 24, 2012.

International community should take initiative to investigate into reports of torture in Kashmir

Ludhiana (December 18, 2010): Commenting upon reports of widespread and systematic torture being practised by India's armed forces upon Kashmiri People, the Sikh Students Federation has claimed that India had indulged itself in committing “Crimes against Humanity”, no only in Kashmir but upon other people also who oppose India's imperialist policies and want to live with dignity.

Tribute paid to Legendary Martyr of Human Rights, Sr. Jaswant Singh Khalra

Patiala (September 06, 2010): Sikh Students Federation, today, paid tribute to Legendary Martyr of Human Rights, Sr. Jaswant Singh Khalra. SSF has released a Video CD containing a speech of the rights activist, which was delivered by him at Ontario during his last visit in April 1995.

Curfew continue in Kashmir, newspapers seized by Police

Srinagar (June 30, 2010): As per a report of Kashmir Watch the entire valley continued to be tense on Wednesday, a day after three teenagers were killed in police firing in south Kashmir’s Anantnag District.

Atrocities in Kashmir: Dal Khalsa Criticised Indian Security Forces

Amritsar (June 21, 2010): Condemning the security establishment for spilling blood of innocent Kashmiris on the streets of Srinagar and elsewhere, the Dal Khalsa said the Indian state was suffering from ‘arrogance of power’.

Indian state treating Kashmiris virtually as enemies: Dal Khalsa

Amritsar (July 18, 2010): Expressing solidarity with the family members of innocent youth Tufail Ahmad Mattoo killed in police action last week, the DAL KHALSA said the civil administration in Kashmir was virtually non-existent and whatever is there is subservient to the Indian security forces

Canada accused BSF of India for War Crimes, Denied Visa to former trooper

New Delhi (May 22, 2010): As per an IANS news, a retired Border Security Force (BSF) trooper was denied a Canadian visa after a diplomat accused the paramilitary force of "war crimes" and being a "notoriously violent force".

Public apology from Indian Prime Minister demanded by NESO

Mizoram (March 5, 2010): A public apology from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was today demanded by a powerful student body in Mizoram for the bombing of civilian settlements in the State by the Indian Air Force on March 5, 1966.

BSF Commandant suspended for not reporting incident to higher authorities

Srinagar/ Ludhiana (February 14, 2010): Bowing before constant agitation of people of Kashmir the Border Security Force (BSF) of India on Saturday (February 13, 2010) ...

Killing of Kashmiri boy: BSF commandant under scanner

Srinagar (February 13, 2010): As per news reported from Srinagar by various sections of media on 12 February, 2010 it is suspected that a senior BSF officer may have ordered his junior constable to fire on 16- year old Nishat teenager, Zahid Farooq, whose killing earlier this month triggered Valley-wide protests.