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Indian NIA opposes photojournalist’s bail plea

February 1, 2018New Delhi: The India's National Investigation Agency (NIA ) on Thursday told a Delhi court that a freelance photo-journalist, arrested last year for alleged stone-pelting and other cases in Kashmir Valley opposed the bail application of Kamran Yusuf before Additional Sessions Judge Tarun Sherawat, claiming the allegations levelled against him were “serious”.

Protest against murder, rape of minor girl in Kathua, Jammu

Srinagar, January 18 ,2017: People held a protest against the rape and murder of an 8-year-old young girl in Kathua district of Jammu region. The girl Asifa Bano, who had gone missing a week ago, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Hiranagar tehsil of Hindu-dominated district.
 

Father of four injured by Indian forces bullets succumbs injuries in Shopian

Srinagar, January 17, 2018: A 50-year-old civilian Mohammad Ayoub Mir  who was hit by bullets of Indian forces on Dec 19, 2017  in Batmurran in Shopian district succumbed to his injuries

Torture on teachers by Indian forces sparks protests in Bandipora, massive cordon and search operations in dozens of areas of Shopian

Srinagar, January 02 , 2018: People staged protests against the beating up of teachers by Indian troops inside a government-run school  in Hajin area of Bandipora district. The troops barged into a a government-run coaching centre and thrashed the staff including the headmaster. As the news spread, anti-India protests erupted on the streets followed by shutdown in the town.

HUMAN RIGHTS in Kashmir Pellets fired by Indian forces --In Pellet Deluge

 
BY KASHMIR LIFE ON DECEMBER 16, 2017HUMAN RIGHTS Orphaned as a child, he helped his sisters settle. As he raised his family, the floods decimated his home. Then the labourer started dreaming about reconstructing his home but cops fired pellets reducing him literally crippled to the extent that the family is fighting hunger, reports Saqib Mir Mushtaq-Ahmad-Nath, the pellet hit victim who was fighting to rebuild his flood devastated home. Now lives in a tin shed. 

Muhammad Amin Pandith killed in Awantipore

Srinagar, April 17, 2014 : Unidentified gunmen killed a 45 year old Muhammad Amin Pandith in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on late Thursday evening.
Police claimed that suspected gunmen fired upon Muhammad Amin Pandith (45)son of Abdul Ahad Pandith of Gulzarpora outside his residence in Awantipora area.
“Amin was moved to nearby hospital where doctors declared him brought dead,” he said. 

India: Stop Forced Evictions of Riot Victims,Ensure Aid, Safe Return or Resettlement, and Justice for Abuses

(New York, January 17, 2014) – Indian authorities in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh should immediately stop evicting people from camps who fled communal violence in September 2013, Human Rights Watch said today. State authorities should conclude their investigations into riot-related crimes, including alleged sexual violence, and initiate appropriate prosecutions.  

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