Browsing: Human Rights

Part of Kashmir’s history was dominated by the debate on rights and the liberties that individuals can avail. This section has exhaustive reportage of individuals and incidents that keep the debate going on.

Emptied Lap

The turmoil has exacted a heavy toll on Kashmir. For each causality reported there is an unreported emptied lap. Shazia…

Pronounced misery

After 14 years of suffering, a Delhi court verdict in Lajpat Nagpar blast case has brought respite to a few…

Yearning to cross over

In four years of its operation, the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus has ferried 11,000 passengers across the Line of Control to meet…

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Nonstop: Bomai, Kheegam,

Kashmir life Desk Hours after home minister, P Chidambaram reassured the state government and the people that appropriate action will…

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Jailed and honoured

Iftikhar Geelani’s detention and release from jail is a melodrama that he narrated in a book My Days In Prison.…

Human Rights
Tales of torture

The first incumbent of the infamous torture centre turned guest house PAPA 2  arranged its exorcism to ward off the…

‘Why should I mourn?’

Muhammad Shafi Bazaaz would spend time decorating his son’s grave at Martyr’s Graveyard, until one day he saw eight unattended…

Confusion confounded

He described the autopsy and forensic reports of Shopain rape and murder inconclusive, but Justice Jan himself came out not…

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Denial of rights
Freedom of speech and expression may be a constitutional guarantee, but JK government deals protesters with an iron fist, rendering the guarantee
You are right, Mr CM

Chief Minister Omar Abdullah admitted this week that institutions of state meant to protect and serve people have lost credibility in Kashmir.

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