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.

Cover Story
Death of Fear

Fear is a key element of managing abnormal situations and it has been in vogue for decades now in Kashmir.…

Human Rights
Jail Memoir

The 76-days detention was revealing to the human rights defender Khurram Parvez, who walked out last week from Kot Bhalwal.…

Human Rights
Pellet Ruined Plans

Waiting outside SMHS’ ophthalmology ward pellet hit Shabroza Akhtar blames herself for turning her sister’s upcoming wedding into mourning, reports Jibran…

Health
Helping Hands

A part of the pellet crisis was managed by doctors who flew from outside Kashmir. But there are many cases…

Human Rights
Chased to Death

Casualties of unrest 2016 were of mixed nature. As many as 12 deaths were caused by the chase in which the…

Governance
Lalla Rookh Eyes

Exactly 200 years after Irish blind poet Thomas Moore sung in praise of Kashmir, its beauty, its women and their…

Cover Story
Insha’s World

It is completely different from being born blind and going blind. Hit by 350 pellets on her face, Insha Mushtaq…

Human Rights
Jail Chalo

As the crisis enters fourth month, arrests dominate the scene. Now cops move from door-to-door and get the ‘suspects’ to…

Health
Bond and Bones

Clashes and counter-clashes that gripped valley after Burhan Wani’s killing on July 8 have left a trail of withering agony…

Human Rights
Campaign Costs

Kashmir has attracted international attention over human rights abuse since long now. Many global watchdogs who frequented valley to document…

Human Rights
Bone-Chilling Survivals

In the Barzalla hospital, Shams Irfan meets two persons whose stories are gorier than people with similar injuries surrounding them…

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