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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

Law less Law in conflict zone, Kashmir ;Miseries facing Hurriyet leaders family

Dec 31, 2017: Lost childhood in conflict zone, Kashmir, a young courageous Kashmri girl Maria daughter of Assadullah Parray who is under illegal detention of 5th black law Public Safety Act since 21 August, 2015.

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. 

A day before his exams, Nowhatta student sent behind bars

Srinagar,  November 16,2016: Indian Police arrested a  12th class student from Nowhatta in Srinagar when class 12th examinations started across Kashmir valley .
The arrested student has been identified as Abdul Waheed Dar son of Ghulam Mohammad Dar, a resident of Pandan Nowhatta. Police also has confirmed his arrest. A top cop in police station Nowhatta confirmed the arrest and claimed that Waheed was wanted in a case for his involvement in a pro-freedom protests.

45 including 14-year boy booked under black law PSA in Bandipore

Srinagar, November 7, 2016: Indian police  booked 45 people including a 14-year boy Tajamul Rasool Mir  and Nazir Ahmad Rather under draconain law, Public Safety Act (PSA) in Bandipore district, Tajamul Rasool Mir, 14, and Nazir Ahmad Rather were shifted to Kotbalwal jail in Jammu on charges of organizing pro-freedom and anti-India rallies .

People of Kashmir face raising health risk, serious disease

Srinagar, Sep 18, 2014: The floodwaters are finally receding in much of Kashmir, but health experts worry a crisis could be looming with countless bloated livestock floating across the waterlogged region and hundreds of thousands of people living in temporary shelters.

Naidkhai teanager killing: Probe report submitted to DC Bandipora

Srinagar, Jun 13: The investigations ordered into the killing of a teanager 17-year-old youth Fahat Ahmad Dar  during a police firing at Naidkhai Sumbal in Bandipore district in March this year 2014 have been completed last week and a detailed report has been submitted to the authorities.
According to the reports, the magisterial probe ordered by the district administration of Bandipora on March 21, 2014  was submitted with the detailed account of the eye witnesses over the firing incident in which a 17-year-old Fahat Dar was killed and others injured.

Zia-ul-Haq Wani killed, Manzoor Ahmad injured in Nagabal Shopian

Srinagar, Thursday, April 24, 2014: As suspected gunmen attacked Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) party when it was coming back along with polling staff at Nagabal in Shopian this evening, one of the polling official who was critically injured in the attack succumbed to his injuries.

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