Indian army officer, who tied a defenseless Kashmiri to jeep- awarded, 'Was I an animal', asks Farooq Dar who was tied to jeep by Indian forces

Srinagar, May 23, 2017:  In another move of encouraging might policy, Indian troops to commit grave human rights violations in Kashmir, the  Indian army officer, Major Leetul Gogoi, who tied a defenseless Kashmiri youth Farooq Dar,  to the bonnet of a jeep as a human shield in Budgam area, last month, April 9 has been awarded Indian Arm

Police manhandles journalists in Sopore, Leave or I will shoot: Police officer warn Journalists

Friday, May 5th, 2017Srinagar: Media persons working with different media outlets were on Friday manhandled by Indian police forces when they were discharging their duties in Sopore town. The forces personnel including SHO Sopore Mudasir Geelani attacked the photojournalists of Varmul post Eeshan Peer and Mohammad Younis of Gulistan injuring them badly.

Police manhandles journalists in Sopore, Leave or I will shoot: Police officer warn Journalists

Friday, May 5th, 2017Srinagar: Media persons working with different media outlets were on Friday manhandled by Indian police forces when they were discharging their duties in Sopore town. The forces personnel including SHO Sopore Mudasir Geelani attacked the photojournalists of Varmul post Eeshan Peer and Mohammad Younis of Gulistan injuring them badly.

Police manhandles journalists in Sopore, Leave or I will shoot: Police officer warn Journalists

Friday, May 5th, 2017Srinagar: Media persons working with different media outlets were on Friday manhandled by Indian police forces when they were discharging their duties in Sopore town. The forces personnel including SHO Sopore Mudasir Geelani attacked the photojournalists of Varmul post Eeshan Peer and Mohammad Younis of Gulistan injuring them badly.

Indian Forces thrash protesting students, teachers of Polytechnic college in Srinagar

Srinagar, Apr 29 2017 : In Srinagar, Students  told reporters that Indian forces thrashed them when they were holding a peaceful protest against the innocent civilian killings in Kashmir. Sources said that students were protesting inside the college premises however Indian police and paramilitary forces barged in used force against them.

Indian Army beat up students, teachers in Shopian, Forces damage cars in Chatapora Pulwama

Srinagar, April 28th, 2017: Indian Army on Friday ruthlessly thrashed and beat up teachers and students of a school -Madrassa in Alianpora village of Shopian.

Indian Army opened fire on protesters, kills civilian in Kupwara Kashmir

Srinagar, Thursday, April 27th, 2017: A defenseless Kashmiri was killed and several others were injuried after Indian forces fire on unarmed people during protest in Panzgam village of Kupwara.
The local were demanding body of two youth who were killed by Indian army during a clash   in front of Indian Army camp . However, reports said that,  Indian Army fired on the protesters resulting in the killing one person and injuries to alteast ten people. Most of them are bullet hit.

Internet services banned in Kashmir Valley for one month, IFJ expresses serious concern

Srinagar, Thursday, April 27th, 2017:  The authorities imposed ban on 22 social media sites, mobile phone messengers and video-uploading sites in Kashmir for at least a period of one month. The ban has been imposed in the backdrop of unending protests led by youth, particularly students, in their teens and early twenties. The banned social media include Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and Skype.

Three civilian including 10th class student killed by Indian forces in Budgam

Srinagar,  March 28, 2017:  Indian troops killed three civilians including a 10th class student and injured dozens of people in Budgam district, today.

Protest against disappearance of KU Law student in Srinagar

 
 
 Srinagar, Feb 23, 2017:  Students of Kashmir University, today, staged protest against custodial disappearance of a law student Aqir Malik. The 3rd semester law student Aqir Malik on  14th Feb, 2017  raised voice against the innocent killings during a protest organized by the student in the University camps. The student was receiving threats by Indian intelligence agencies.

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