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Is Facebook Supports Ruling BJP in India?

Aug 29th, 2020 | By

By Muhammad Umair In the world full of wonders and new generation addicted to social media, everyone is covetous to know about the happenings across the globe. No one has enough time to read newspaper, watch television and verify the news. One can get the updates whether it’s a studying, dealing, travelling, hunting or any



Police in Kashmir probe claims of staged army gunbattle

Aug 11th, 2020 | By

By Aijaz Hussain  Police in Indian-controlled Kashmir said Tuesday that they are investigating allegations from three families who say their relatives were killed by the military in a staged gunbattle and buried as unidentified militants. Police are taking “all necessary steps to ascertain facts” in the case, said Amritpal Singh, the police chief in Shopian



Jammu and Kashmir: The Impact of Lockdowns on Human Rights – August 2019 – July 2020 Report

Jul 23rd, 2020 | By

Kashmir Human Rights Report



J&K Suffered $5.3 Billion Economic Loss Since August Last Year, Says Civil Society Group

Jul 23rd, 2020 | By

The exhaustive report by leading Indian intellectuals, academics, former bureaucrats and generals talks of “systematic violations of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir since August last year Zafar Aafaq SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir has registered economic losses to the tune of a staggering Rs 40,000 crore (USD 5.3 billion) since August 2019 when the



Kashmir’s Double Lockdown Has Left 1.5 Lakh Transport Workers Without Jobs

Jun 23rd, 2020 | By

Majid Maqbool Riyaz Ahmed, a driver from Srinagar city’s Dalgate area, earns his living by ferrying tourists from the otherwise busy TRC taxi stand number 1. For the past few weeks, he has been bringing his vehicle from home and parking it in the yard of the quiet taxi stand. Sometimes he washes his vehicle,



Pulitzer Prize 2020 for coverage of the Jammu and Kashmir lockdown

May 5th, 2020 | By

The winners of the Pulitzer Prize for 2020 were declared on Monday, 4 May, with Channi Anand, Mukhtar Khan, and Dar Yasin of The Associated Press winning the prize for Feature Photography for their coverage of the Jammu and Kashmir lockdown. The prize winners were announced virtually on YouTube because of the coronavirus pandemic by



UN Rights Chief Concerned Over Kashmir Situation

Feb 28th, 2020 | By

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Thursday voiced her concern over the continued curbs and detention of political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir. Updating the ongoing 43rd Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva on human rights developments around the world, UN rights chief also spoke about the Citizenship Amendment



The mother shares the tale of her seven-months-old daughter Noor Fatima who lost her hand to the Indian shelling

Feb 4th, 2020 | By

Sahibs Matloob, 23, the mother shares the tale of her seven-months-old daughter Noor Fatima who lost her hand to the Indian shelling in Nikyal city of the District Kotli “My husband was out for work and only two of us were at home. Since she born, I was spending most of my lime at home



Story of a 6 year old girl who never get back to school

Feb 4th, 2020 | By

“When I reached the hospital, Misbah was laying motionless at operation table and a team of doctors was busy stitching wounds in her forehead. Her face covered with blood and her white uniform was turned red. At first sight, I was unable to believe she is alive. She is the eldest among my three children



Helplessness of Kashmiri Mothers

Feb 3rd, 2020 | By

A helpless mother is weeping on her fate of losing her young son What would happen if, amidst darkness, around the arrival of dawn, the Indian Occupational forces, harshly strike the door of your house, summoning you to open the door or they’ll smash it. While opening it, you ended it up by losing someone