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Human Rights Body Worried Over Pattern of Excessive Force Used Against Civilians In Kashmir

Responding to the recent clashes between security forces and civilians near an encounter site in Pulwama, Kashmir, leading to the death of seven civilians, Asmita Basu, Programmes Director, Amnesty India said.

Killings of Innocent Civilians by Forces in Pulwama is a Blot on India’s Face: Sikh body

Strongly condemning the use of deadly force against peaceful protesters in Pulwama, the Dal Khalsa said the security forces deployed in Kashmir are treating the native people as their ‘enemies’.

Indian Forces Kill Civilians and Rebels in Kashmir

Seven civilians and three armed rebels were killed during a gun battle in Pulwama in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials said.

Pellet Horror In Kashmir

Indian [forces] in Jammu and Kashmir is blinding Kashmiris unabated with each passing day. The pellet horror which started in the year 2016 is still continuing with no end in sight in near future.

Indian Journalist Jagriti Shukla Again Expresses Genocidal Impulse; Twitter Suspends Her Account but No Action From Lok Sabha TV

Indian TV anchor and journalist Jagriti Shukla has once against expressed his genocidal impulse. The controversial anchor had expressed such an impulse earlier also by openly advocating persecution of minorities, including the Sikhs and Muslims. 

Defamed by local media, say Four Kashmiri Men Detained by Ludhiana Cops on Diwali Eve

Four men from Kashmir who were picked up from their homes and released after questioning by Ludhiana police on Diwali (Tuesday) evening allege that they were “defamed and branded as terrorists” by a section of the local media in news reports that appeared Wednesday.

PUDR Condemns Killings of Policemen in Kashmir; Says the State and Militants Must Respect War Law Prohibitions

People's Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR), a human rights group, has strongly condemned the abduction and slaying of one constable and two Special Police Officers (SPOs) by unidentified militants in the Shopian district of Kashmir.

IPS Officer’s Brother Joins Militant Ranks in Kashmir

On militant commander Burhan Wani's anniversary on Sunday, militant group Hizbul Mujahideen released pictures of new recruits that include brother of an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer.

India should Act on UN Rights Report on Kashmir: Human Rights Watch

The Indian government should immediately act on the recommendations in the first-ever report by the United Nations on human rights in Kashmir, Human Rights Watch said.

South Asia Solidarity Group Welcomes UN Report on Human Rights Situation in Kashmir

South Asia Solidarity Group, a Human Rights body base din England, has welcomed the first ever report by the UN on the human rights situation in Kashmir.

UN HRO Report on the Situation of Human Rights in Kashmir [Full Report]

There is an urgent need to address past and ongoing human rights violations and abuses and deliver justice for all people in Kashmir, who for seven decades have suffered a conflict that has claimed or ruined numerous lives, a report by the UN Human Rights Office published on Thursday says.

First-ever UN HRO Report on Kashmir Shows Mirror to India and Pakistan on Human Rights Abuses

There is an urgent need to address past and ongoing human rights violations and abuses and deliver justice for all people in Kashmir, UN Human Rights Office report.

Fresh Thinking is Needed to Cut the Gordian Knot in Kashmir [Op-Ed]

The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) in Kashmir has shown willingness to talk provided the Government of India clarifies the parameters of talks.

Kashmiri Leader Geelani Shared the Pain of June 1984 Indian Army Attack on Darbar Sahib

Expressing solidarity with the Sikh community on the 34th anniversary of the infamous June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib by Indian Army, All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Geelani has said that the "wounds inflicted on this minority by Indian military might 34 years ago are not only fresh, but continue to pain and agony our Sikh brothers".

Terming Statements About Kashmir Talks As Ambiguous, Pro-Freedom Kashmiri Leaders Tell New Delhi to Come Clear and Include Pakistan

Pro-freedom Kashmiri leader held a marathon meeting on Tuesday (May 29) to discuss the recent statements by Indian leadership inviting Kashmiri leaders to hold talks on Kashmir issue.

Govt. of India Ready to Hold Talks with Pro-Freedom Kashmiri Leaders; Hurriyat Likely to Decide Today

Indian home minister Rajnath Singh recently said that the government was ready to hold dialogue with the Hurriyat Conference leadership if the separatists come forward for talks.

Pro-Freedom Kashmiri Leaders Put Under House Arrest Ahead of Nareandra Modi’s Kashmir Visit

Octogenarian Hurriyat patriarch Syed Ali Geelani continues to be under house arrest at his residence-cum-office in Hyderpora, while Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chairperson Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai has also been detained at his residence in Baghat Srinagar.

Journalist Jagriti Shukla, Who Justified Sikh Genocide, Abused Dalits and called for Massacre in Kashmir, Elevated in Lok Sabha TV

Jagrati Shukla, an Indian journalist, who has justified of the Sikh Genocide 1984, abused Dalits and called for a massacre in Kashmir, has been appointed in state-run Lok Sabha TV.

Justice for Asifa demanded during a rally at the White House

The murder of Asifa, 8 years old angel from Kathua, Jammu & Kashmir has shaken the conscience of the leaders not only in South Asia but also all over the world. Asifa was abducted, drugged, gang raped and finally murdered simply because she was a Muslim in the so-called largest democracy of India. Rape is a crime against humanity.

India’s Denial of Self-Determination Unlawful and Dangerous: Assert Assamese, Kashmiri & Sikh Diaspora Activists

Leading Sikh, Kashmiri and Assamese diaspora organisations in the England have, for the second time in recent weeks, come together on a common platform to address the worsening democratic deficit and humanitarian crisis in India.

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