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Kashmir: Voice of Victims reveals the presence of another 130 unidentified graves in Bandipore

Srinagar, 24 October 2013 : A human rights forum, the Voice of Victims, in a report has revealed the presence of around 130 unidentified bodies in two graveyards of Sumbal area of Sonawari. The report said that twenty of these bodies were mutilated while some graves contained more than one body.

Indian army’s shelling on LoC killed 2-year boy, injured five others

Muzaffarabad, October 04, 2013: Indian army during shelling on the area of Line of Control killed a  two year child and injured five other civilians in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
"A two-year-old boy who was injurdin shelling by Indian troops has died at hospital, while five other injured persons in Kotli district are still under treatment," Masood-ur-Rehman, local administration official, told AFP. He said that three women and two men were also injured in the shelling in village of Rud Karthar on the Line of Control in Kotli district. . Media reports

Seek justice, probe Ahmad Nagar Srinagar incident, IFJ/HRF to HRC Srinagar

Srinagar, Oct 4, 2013: In the matter of International forum for justice/Human Rights forum J&K through its Chairman Mohammad Ahsan Untoo South Asia Human Rights and Journalist Association through its member Raies Ahmad Mir
                   V/S
1.      Inspector General of Police Kashmir range
2.     Deputy Inspector General Central Reserve Police Force Kashmir
3.     Station House Officer Soura

Men in uniform abducts’ molested woman in Kokernag

 
Srinagar, Saturday, 05 October 2013:  Indian troops abducted a 35-year-old woman, who was at her father's home in Zalgam Kokernag,in Islamabad (Anantnag)  was abducted by an men in uniform and taken to nearby forests.
The survivor, who is a mother of three children, said: "At 1:00 AM on Saturday late night, I came out in the compound of my father's house. Suddenly, men in army uniform, appeared and whisked me away. I tried to shout, but I couldn't. They took me to the jungle," the woman, who was not in a position to speak in detail, said.

Kashmir girl Shazia seeks father’s whereabouts in Kashmir

Srinagar: Life took an ugly turn for a young Kashmiri girl Shazia Anwar  who was only a year old at the time after her father Syed Anwar Shah. left for routine work and went missing at Doolipora Vilgam in Kupwara in 2001 and she has been searching for whereabouts of her father in this conflict zone.

Khanyar Srinagar massacre of May 1992 revisited

Srinagar, May 07 Tuesday,2013 : Abdul Majid (40) sells ice cream and mobile recharge to devotees who visit the shrine of Hazrat Sheikh Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA), popularly known as Dastgeer Sahib, at Khanyar in downtown Srinagar. His shop is in the busy corner of the area next to the shrine, a public park and a graveyard. He prefers the world of escapism, but when someone asks him about that fateful day, he is forthcoming to tell his story.

Medical, legal aid to PSA detainees denied in Kashmir : Says US report

Washington, April 22 : The US State Department has said that the police authorities in  Kashmir routinely deny medical assistance and legal counsel to detainees, booked under the draconian Public Safety Act.The US State Department’s recent report on ‘Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2012’ says that the PSA, which applies only in Kashmir, permits authorities to detain persons without charge or judicial review for as long as two years.

‘My son was arrested by Indian army 10 years back’, Mother contradicts police claim of suicide planning

Srinagar, March 29: A Kashmiri youth, who the Indian police claim planning a suicide attack in the territory, was arrested by the Indian army in 2003 and was untraced ever since, his frantic mother has disclosed. Holding protests along with her Lawaypora family at the Press Enclave in Srinagar, Farida Bano said that her son, Shaukat Ahmad Paul, was picked up by an Indian army officer, Major Pratap of the Kilo Force in 2003.
She was reacting to a media report quoting the Indian police that Paul was planning a suicide attack in Srinagar.

Classrooms turned into Indian troops’ bedrooms in Baramulla

Srinagar, March 29,2013:  Classrooms, computer and stenography labs of the Industrial Training Institute Pattan in Baramulla district have been turned into the bedrooms of Indian paramilitary Central Reserver Police Force (CRPF) personnel.

Kashmiri students harassed In Bangalore, stop harassing our children: Parents

 
 
Srinagar, March 30, 2013:  Dozens of Kashmiri students were thrashed in  Indian southern city Bangalore on Saturday. Blaming Bangalore police, the Kashmiri students said that they were detained by the police when they approched them to register a complaint in a police station.   

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