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Abrogation Of Article 35A Will Put A Question Mark On The Accession Of Jammu To India

Oct 25th, 2017 | By

By Ishaal Zehra Diwali, a Hindu ritual, has just wrapped up and so is the hearing of the case pertinent to Article 35A of Jammu and Kashmir’s state legislature. The plea was likely to be heard on August 29, but the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir Government sought for some more time to file



Pellet Rain In Paradise

Aug 24th, 2017 | By

Pellet Rain In Paradise Researched & Compiled by Hassan Banna Ms. Attiya Asim The long pending dispute of Jammu and Kashmir continues to take human lives every year, endlessly. In the year of 2016, the oppressed and suppressed people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir have once again witnessed the worst kind of human rights violations



HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT 2016 – INDIAN OCCUPIED JAMMU & KASHMIR

Aug 21st, 2017 | By

HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT 2016 – INDIAN OCCUPIED JAMMU & KASHMIR HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT 2016 INDIAN OCCUPIED JAMMU & KASHMIR Researched & Compiled by Mahnoor Wani Ms. Attiya Asim  Download PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Enforced Disappearance Arbitrary arrests and illegal detentions Injuries Due to Excessive Force Used Against Peaceful Protestors Torture Assault on health services



Kashmir : Kashmir Debate in United Kingdom Parliament

Jan 20th, 2017 | By

 Kashmir On Thursday 19 January 2017 MPs debated and approved a motion on Kashmir. The debate was led by Mr David Nuttall along with Nusrat Ghani, Robert Flello and Fiona Mactaggart. The Motion debated and approved “That this House notes the escalation in violence and breaches of international human rights on the Indian side of the



Solidarity with Kashmiris

Jan 17th, 2017 | By

By Tariq Rizwan February 5, each year is observed as a Kashmir Day when a part of Kashmir was liberated from India called Independent Kashmir (in Urdu it is called Azad Jummu & Kashmir – AJK in 1948. In Pakistan, AJK is recognized as a separate state with a Parliament, Prime Minister, President and other



Indian society urged to raise voice for Kashmiris

Dec 21st, 2016 | By

New Delhi’s policies have made Kashmir a hell In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has called upon Indian civil society to come forward in a big way to demand immediate stop of use of brute force by Indian troops against innocent civilians in the territory. Syed Ali Gilani



India Usurps Right of Pakistan on Kashmir

Oct 4th, 2016 | By

Kashmir is the unfinished agenda of Partition of India held in 1947. The British Government policy in regard to independence of the Indian states which numbered about 560 was enshrined in the proviso that the states enjoyed the privilege of use of their choice to join either dominion the Hindu majority states for India while



The Kashmir Upspring

Aug 31st, 2016 | By

By Sadiq Zafar A month has passed and peace seems to be an unimaginable thing in the valley of Kashmir. Burning in the political inferno, only the people of Kashmir are at the suffering end while the Indian state seems to be busy in drafting the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Amendments. With hundreds of



The Forgotten War in Kashmir Is Turning Nasty

Aug 31st, 2016 | By

By Baba Umar Ever since they entered into a cease-fire agreement in the disputed Kashmir, relations between Pakistan and India never seemed to be unraveling. Over the past month and a half, however, the South Asian giants are on the brink of redefining their relationship and essentially unscrambling thanks to a full-blown pro-independence uprising in



Mapping Kashmir’s Cycle of Discontent

Aug 31st, 2016 | By

By Asma Khan Lone Kashmir has erupted once again, engulfed by yet another cycle of conflict and violence—its Sisyphean bane. The trigger this time is the killing of rebel commander, Burhan Wani, the tech-savvy poster boy of the militant organization Hizb Ul Mujahideen. His killing led to an outpour of emotions and anger on the