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Seven killed in separate Kashmir clashes

October 26th, 2017 at 8:23 am

27 October: A Bloody Trail of Colonialism

27 October: A Bloody Trail of Colonialism   By Altaf Hussain Wani  Monday, 26 October 2020 The invasion of Jammu & Kashmir by India on the fateful day of October 27 is the most dreadful incident of India’s colonial history that threw the region into throes of instability and perpetual violence. Right on this day in 1947…

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OIC and Kashmir Issue

OIC and Kashmir Issue   By Arif Qureshi Friday, 16 October 2020 The Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan has attracted attention at various multilateral forums, including the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), and has become an intrinsic feature in Pakistan’s diplomacy to muster support against India in the Islamic world. Pakistan has consistently highlighted…

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Punishing Kashmiris For Hoisting Third-Country Flag

Punishing Kashmiris For Hoisting Third-Country Flag By YFK June 22,2016  Human rights activists worldwide are facing a new legal question in Kashmir: If Kashmiris raise the national flag of another country, say Pakistan, during peaceful protests, can India’s occupation administration try them under Indian national laws on sedition? Recently we saw few incidents in Indian…

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Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests

Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests

Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests By YFK June 22,2016  Unarmed Kashmiris who choose the option of peaceful protest to demand political rights face extra-judicial killings, illegal detentions and house arrests, gang rapes, student expulsions and beatings at Indian colleges, targeted killings of young men, and enforced disappearances by…

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Impunity continues in Kashmir

Impunity Continues In Kashmir

Impunity Continues In Kashmir Impunity continues in Kashmir By YFK April. 19,2018  Introduction The first six months of the year 2015 prove to be disastrous for the civil rights of nearly thirteen million Kashmiris living under Indian rule in Jammu and Kashmir. The territory remains at the center of an international dispute for the 67th…

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BLOGS

Seven killed in separate Kashmir clashes

October 26th, 2017 at 8:23 am

27 October: A Bloody Trail of Colonialism

27 October: A Bloody Trail of Colonialism   By Altaf Hussain Wani  Monday, 26 October 2020 The invasion of Jammu & Kashmir by India on the fateful day of October 27 is the most dreadful incident of India’s colonial history that threw the region into throes of instability and perpetual violence. Right on this day in 1947…

Read more

OIC and Kashmir Issue

OIC and Kashmir Issue   By Arif Qureshi Friday, 16 October 2020 The Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan has attracted attention at various multilateral forums, including the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), and has become an intrinsic feature in Pakistan’s diplomacy to muster support against India in the Islamic world. Pakistan has consistently highlighted…

Read more

Punishing Kashmiris For Hoisting Third-Country Flag

Punishing Kashmiris For Hoisting Third-Country Flag By YFK June 22,2016  Human rights activists worldwide are facing a new legal question in Kashmir: If Kashmiris raise the national flag of another country, say Pakistan, during peaceful protests, can India’s occupation administration try them under Indian national laws on sedition? Recently we saw few incidents in Indian…

Read more
Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests

Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests

Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests Killing Kashmiri Youth During Peaceful Protests By YFK June 22,2016  Unarmed Kashmiris who choose the option of peaceful protest to demand political rights face extra-judicial killings, illegal detentions and house arrests, gang rapes, student expulsions and beatings at Indian colleges, targeted killings of young men, and enforced disappearances by…

Read more
Impunity continues in Kashmir

Impunity Continues In Kashmir

Impunity Continues In Kashmir Impunity continues in Kashmir By YFK April. 19,2018  Introduction The first six months of the year 2015 prove to be disastrous for the civil rights of nearly thirteen million Kashmiris living under Indian rule in Jammu and Kashmir. The territory remains at the center of an international dispute for the 67th…

Read more