human rigths violations reports

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Draconian law PSA of Two Palhallan, Shopian youth quashed

Srinagar, March  30  : In Srinagar , the High court has quashed the illegal detention of three youth   who were detained under black law, Public Safety Act  (PSA)and directed Police to release them. Justice Rabistan Tashi while terming the detention of Raipora Palhallan youth, Nasir Ahmed Ganie, as illegal, quashed his PSA and directed police to release him.

Civilian abducted killed by men in uniform in Doda

Srinagar, August 22, 2012: A missing civilian was found murdered under mysterious circumstances in Gandoh in Doda district with people holding protests against the Special Operations Group personnel for the killing.
"The body of the missing man identified as Mushtaq Ali alias Mohammad Issaq, son of Muskeen Ali, resident of village Tainsa Bamo Dhansar Dhadkai, tehsil Gandoh was found near Barsi Dhar area," police said.

Indian army officer abducted a minor girl in Kashmir

Srinagar, Apr 17, 2012: An Indian army officer who abducted and misbehaved a minor girl hailing from Shopian district in south Kashmir was arrested today.

Rape, molestation has become weapon of War in Kashmir

By Raies Mir: The unresolved Kashmir has affected psychological, social and economical problems among the people of conflict while the 20- year long military violence in Kashmir left an indelible mark on the life of women in Kashmir who are suffering physically, socially, psychologically and economically.

India-backed militants killed 4 western tourists in Kashmir in 1995: Book report

New Delhi, April 0 4, 2012: A new book written by foreign investigative journalists Adrian Levy and Catherine Scott-Clark has said that four foreign tourists abducted from Pahalgam in South Kashmir Islamabad in 1995 were killed by a group of militants-sponsored by Indian army. Now a new book said that they were killed by a group of militants sponsored by the Indian army, writes the Asian Age.

The fate of the four Western tourists abducted in Kashmir in June 1995 has never been known for sure.

Indian police crackdowns on Kashmiri students in India

Srinagar, March 02, 2012 : The Indian police have tightened crackdowns on Kashmiri youth living in different states of India particularly in New Delhi.

Delhi Police have launched massive crackdowns and enquiries related to Kashmiri youth, certainly making it uneasy for them especially thousands of Kashmiri students studying in India.

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