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#Kashmir Day81: Forces raid Samboora, fire shells, pellets injuring over a dozen civilians SRINAGAR: In a surprise raid Samboora populace, forces injured at least fifteen civilians on Tuesday. Local sources said that Army, CRPF and police raided the area in Pulwama district around 5:10PM today. “People were in their fields busy with harvesting,” an eye witness said, “only elderly and children were home when forces came in almost 30 vehicles.” The eye witness said that forces resorted to tear gas shelling and fired pellets as well as bullets.

SRINAGAR: In a surprise raid Samboora populace, forces injured at least fifteen civilians on Tuesday. Local sources said that Army, CRPF and police raided the area in Pulwama district around 5:10PM today. “People were in their fields busy with…
SRINAGAR: In a surprise raid Samboora populace, forces injured at least fifteen civilians on Tuesday. Local sources said that Army, CRPF and police raided the area in Pulwama district around 5:10PM today. “People were in their fields busy with harvesting,”…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Islamabad/Anantnag: Scenes of wreckage greet one at Kanelwan Islamabad. And from shards of ruined properties created under the notorious ‘Operation Ransacking’, the kitchens, the gardens, the farms now stand ravaged. Kanelwan faced the wrath in the dawn…
Islamabad/Anantnag: Scenes of wreckage greet one at Kanelwan Islamabad. And from shards of ruined properties created under the notorious ‘Operation Ransacking’, the kitchens, the gardens, the farms now stand ravaged. Kanelwan faced the wrath in the dawn of the day…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Demonstrations in Kishtwar against raids, killings in Kashmir valley #Kashmir Srinagar: Despite curfew, forceful demonstrations were held in Kishtwar town after Indian police conducted nocturnal raids to the arrest people for protesting against the civilian killings by Indian forces in the Kashmir Valley. The police raided various places in Kishtwar, the other night, to arrest those who raised their voice against the killing spree unleashed by Indian police and troops in the Valley and participated in pro-freedom demonstrations. People staged forceful protests against the raids. At least six persons were injured due to the use of brute force by the police on the protesters

Srinagar: Despite curfew, forceful demonstrations were held in Kishtwar town after Indian police conducted nocturnal raids to the arrest people for protesting against the civilian killings by Indian forces in the Kashmir Valley. The police raided various…
Srinagar: Despite curfew, forceful demonstrations were held in Kishtwar town after Indian police conducted nocturnal raids to the arrest people for protesting against the civilian killings by Indian forces in the Kashmir Valley. The police raided various places in Kishtwar,…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Kashmir Bar Association details pellet victims cases Srinagar: J&K High Court Bar Association, Srinagar, once again expressed its grave and serious concern over the use of pellets by Indian forces in Kashmir and while describing the same as a barbaric and inhuman method of subjugating people, it requested the international community to take note of the happenings in Kashmir and force India to stop the use of pellet guns in Kashmir.

Srinagar: J&K High Court Bar Association, Srinagar, once again expressed its grave and serious concern over the use of pellets by Indian forces in Kashmir and while describing the same as a barbaric and inhuman method of subjugating people, it requested…
Srinagar: J&K High Court Bar Association, Srinagar, once again expressed its grave and serious concern over the use of pellets by Indian forces in Kashmir and while describing the same as a barbaric and inhuman method of subjugating people, it…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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By Saqib Mugloo, September 26:Doctors say he may not speak again and it will take at least a year for him to recover ‘if he survives’ man-defending-his-orchard-shotSrinagar: On September 19, Sabzar Ahmad, a 32-year-old man of Vehil Shopian was picking…
By Saqib Mugloo, September 26:Doctors say he may not speak again and it will take at least a year for him to recover ‘if he survives’ man-defending-his-orchard-shotSrinagar: On September 19, Sabzar Ahmad, a 32-year-old man of Vehil Shopian was picking…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Police arrest over 6,000 people in Kashmir #Kashmir Srinagar, September 26: To weaken the ongoing mass uprising, Indian forces in their massive drive arrested over 6000 people including Hurriyet leaders, activists, young boys and women across the territory. Over 400 of them were booked under black law Public Safety Act. Hundreds of youth have been forced to go into hiding to avert the arrest, Indian authorities said.

Srinagar, September 26: To weaken the ongoing mass uprising, Indian forces in their massive drive arrested over 6000 people including Hurriyet leaders, activists, young boys and women across the territory. Over 400 of them were booked under black law…
Srinagar, September 26: To weaken the ongoing mass uprising, Indian forces in their massive drive arrested over 6000 people including Hurriyet leaders, activists, young boys and women across the territory. Over 400 of them were booked under black law Public…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday raised Kashmir issue at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva alleging that there was no right to peaceful assembly and no freedom of religion or expression in the Valley. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN in…
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday raised Kashmir issue at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva alleging that there was no right to peaceful assembly and no freedom of religion or expression in the Valley. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Female teachers forced to register names with forces in Kashmir Students ready to sacrifice future for Kashmir’s freedom Srinagar, September 27: In an attempt to make educational institutions functional so as to give the impression that normalcy has returned to the Valley, the authorities are forcing teachers to attend schools despite the occupation of school buildings by Indian paramilitary personnel. The female teachers have complained that the paramilitary troops, who use school buildings as their residential camps, order the teachers to get their names registered with them. Many teachers said that they were harassed by the all-men personnel of the forces while registering their names.

Students ready to sacrifice future for Kashmir’s freedom Srinagar, September 27: In an attempt to make educational institutions functional so as to give the impression that normalcy has returned to the Valley, the authorities are forcing teachers to…
Students ready to sacrifice future for Kashmir’s freedom Srinagar, September 27: In an attempt to make educational institutions functional so as to give the impression that normalcy has returned to the Valley, the authorities are forcing teachers to attend schools…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Kashmir Unrest Day 80: Ransacking of property by Indian forces continues Srinagar: Kashmir remained shut for the 80th consecutive day on Monday even though officials claimed that curfew or curbs remained nowhere imposed in any part of Valley. Eyewitnesses told news agency CNS though shops and other business establishments remained shut throughout Valley, however, considerable movement of private traffic was seen in some parts of civil lines areas including Lal Chowk, Jawahar Nagar, Raj Bagh, Abdullah Bridge and Dalgate. The movement of the traffic was skeletal in the outskirts of Srinagar city and other parts of Kashmir Valley.

Srinagar: Kashmir remained shut for the 80th consecutive day on Monday even though officials claimed that curfew or curbs remained nowhere imposed in any part of Valley. Eyewitnesses told news agency CNS though shops and other business establishments…
Srinagar: Kashmir remained shut for the 80th consecutive day on Monday even though officials claimed that curfew or curbs remained nowhere imposed in any part of Valley. Eyewitnesses told news agency CNS though shops and other business establishments remained shut…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Srinagar: Undeclared curfew and other restrictions marked by shutdown continued to paralyze normal life in the Kashmir Valley for the 80th consecutive, day, today. All educational institutions, main markets and other businesses remained closed while…
Srinagar: Undeclared curfew and other restrictions marked by shutdown continued to paralyze normal life in the Kashmir Valley for the 80th consecutive, day, today. All educational institutions, main markets and other businesses remained closed while traffic was off the road.…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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#Kashmir Day80: Men, women hold freedom rally in Sopore, several SOPORE: People from several areas of Zaingair including Warpora, Botengo, Shiva, Malmapanpora, Mundji are holding a freedom-cum-unity on Monday in Hatlangoo village in North Kashmir’s Sopore town. Eye witness said that hundreds of people are attending the rally where pro-freedom slogans were raised.injured in shelling

SOPORE: People from several areas of Zaingair including Warpora, Botengo, Shiva, Malmapanpora, Mundji are holding a freedom-cum-unity on Monday in Hatlangoo village in North Kashmir’s Sopore town. Eye witness said that hundreds of people are attending the…
SOPORE: People from several areas of Zaingair including Warpora, Botengo, Shiva, Malmapanpora, Mundji are holding a freedom-cum-unity on Monday in Hatlangoo village in North Kashmir’s Sopore town. Eye witness said that hundreds of people are attending the rally where pro-freedom…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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Srinagar, September 26: As many as 102 additional companies of the paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have arrived in Kashmir in the past two-and-a-half months to quell the pro-freedom uprising triggered by the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen…
Srinagar, September 26: As many as 102 additional companies of the paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have arrived in Kashmir in the past two-and-a-half months to quell the pro-freedom uprising triggered by the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Commander, Burhan Wani…↓ Read the rest of this entry...
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