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.

Human Rights
Driven Over

Last week, Kashmir witnessed another harrowing clip of a killing recorded by some citizen journalist. Saima Bhat visited the family…

Human Rights
Juvenile culling?

The most vulnerable section of the demography in a conflict situation is women. But children also have their share of…

Crime
Beyond Murder

Jammu Muslims are in shock over the recovery of an 8-year-old cute Bakerwal girl’s body, a week after her mysterious…

Human Rights
Cry, Not Bite

By Masood Hussain I am pretty embarrassed; I told the official function of the SHRC, the main official watchdog for…

Human Rights
In Pellet Deluge

Orphaned as a child, he helped his sisters settle. As he raised his family, the floods decimated his home. Then…

Human Rights
Lady Ahanger

Mother of five and a traditional homemaker, when her son disappeared in the custody of NSG, ParveenaAhanger launched a fearless…

Human Rights
Pellet Album

Tahir Bhat meets a freelance reporter in north Kashmir who lost his hope, health and eyes to a pellet shower…

Human Rights
Grave Mystery

 After attempting and failing in getting the unmarked graves in Kashmir investigated, the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has issued…

Human Rights
Not Forgotten

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

Conflict
Mehand Murders

Homes and properties getting up in smoke are not so uncommon in Kashmir. But blasting a home along with its inmates…

Discourse
88 Portraits

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

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