Browsing: Human Rights

Human Rights
Not Forgotten

Almost two and a half decades after the highway massacre in 1993, the families in Bejbehara still have their lives…

Discourse
88 Portraits

By Masood Hussain Amnesty International (India) reiterated its demand for banning the use of pellets, and immediate initiation of civilian…

Conflict
Pellet Debts

After their youngest son was hit by pellets at the peak of 2016 unrest, Rasheed and Wazira Sheikh borrowed a…

Human Rights
Blood in Rice

South Kashmir has emerged as a belt where the army moves in a sort of flag march to enforce the…

Human Rights
Overtaken

In 1994, an auto driver was beaten by cops. More than two decades later, he is literally paralysed and even…

Conflict
Close Encounters

News of death and destruction are apparently the only two by-products of a gun battle between rebels and the army.…

Human Rights
Phishing Trouble

With most of militancy and hate hatching in virtual Kashmir, member of security grid have started physical check of the…

Conflict
Nowhatta Nightmare

Every time Kashmir is on protest, areas surrounding the historic Jamia Masjid are under curfew. Once restrictions are over, tensions…

Human Rights
Post Pellets

What happened to those blinded by controversial hunter guns post Burhan Wani’s killing last summer? Tabish Rafiq Mir visits a…

Conflict
Dehumanised Kashmir

The lynching of Ayub Pandith, a Jammu and Kashmir police officer, has further divided Kashmir’s conflict-torn society. Pandith’s murder was…

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