India: Act on UN Rights Report on Kashmir

India: Act on UN Rights Report on KashmirKashmir Updates – June 14, 2018 Authorities Should Allow International Investigation, Provide Redress for Abuses. (New York) – 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 today. India has long…

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9 Years On: Waiting For Justice

9 Years On: Waiting For Justice Kashmir Updates – Muhammad Ashraf Matoo – June 11, 2019 Today we are commemorating the 9th martyrdom anniversary of our beloved and only son Tufail Ashraf Mattoo of Saida Kadal, Rainawari, whom we miss a lot. Tufail was brutally murdered by J&K police personnel at the gates of Ghani…

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OIC Seeks Peaceful Resoulation of Kashmir, Stresses for Daoilouge Between India and Pakistan

OIC Seeks Peaceful Resoulation of Kashmir, Stresses for Daoilouge Between India and Pakistan OIC Seeks Peaceful Resoulation of Kashmir, Stresses for Daoilouge Between India and Pakistan By Asfundyar Khan June 01, 2019    Organisation of Islamic Cooperation-OIC 14th summit will be held on 31 may in Makkah. The custodian of two holy mosques, King Salman…

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‘Allegations of human rights violations very grave, India not allowing us to visit’: UN Special Rapporteur

‘Allegations of human rights violations very grave, India not allowing us to visit’: UN Special RapporteurKashmir Updates – Quratulain Rehbar – May 29, 2019 Nilz Melzer, United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture, said that the allegations that ‘550-page report on human torture in Kashmir’ by two local NGOs is making are very serious and might…

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