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‘Was Questioned By J&K Police For 5 Hours Over Tweet I...

By Jahangir Sofi Srinagar: “We are told we live in a democratic set-up where everyone enjoys freedom of expression, anyone can have an opinion, so that’s...

HUMAN RIGHTS‘2 years of lockdown’: Human Rights report says situation worsened...

By News Desk Srinagar: On August 5, 2019, when Jammu and Kashmir was stripped of its semi-autonomous status, and the erstwhile state was divided into...

2,300 booked under UAPA in J&K since 2019, nearly half still...

By Naveed Iqbal  Since 2019, the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) administration has booked over 2,300 people in more than 1,200 cases under the Unlawful Activities...

Q&A: Meeting Modi only added to hopelessness, says Kashmir leader

By Rohin Kumar Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – Thursday marks the second anniversary of India scrapping the special status of the portion of Kashmir it administers – the most far-reaching...

‘If Kashmir is ‘Normal’, Why are Our Sons Still in Jails...

By Kamran Yousuf Srinagar: Two years after the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was revoked, several families await the release of their sons who...

Two Years After Article 370 Read Down, Rights Violations Continue: J&K...

New Delhi: Two years after the military lockdown and loss of statehood, special status and division of the state, the Forum for Human Rights in...

Arrested, Denied Bail And Allegedly Tortured: The Story Of A Kashmiri...

By SAFINA NABI Srinagar: Over the course of nine months, the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) police and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) have twice arrested a politician—once praised...

Father Of 5 Dies ‘Inside Army Camp’ In Gurez

Srinagar: The death of a middle-aged man in Gurez Valley of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district has led to claims and counter claims between army and...

European MPs say Kashmir’s human rights situation ‘alarming’

Sixteen members of the European Parliament have sought “urgent action to address the alarming human rights situation” in Kashmir and urged that it is...

“We even don’t know where he has been buried”: Kashmiri parents...

By MALIK NISAR The killing of the elder son Imran has left many questions unanswered and the deep scars on the Abdul Qayoom Dar’s family...

Detainees held without trial in Kashmir accuse police of widespread abuse

By Joe Wallen MUMBAI Kashmiris detained and released without trial under a controversial law allowing preventive detentions have told the Telegraph they were tortured by the Indian police. Exclusive...

‘He Was Killed in a Staged Encounter’: Kashmiri Family Rejects Police...

Srinagar: Abdul Qayoom Dar last saw his son, Imran Qayoom, on July 20 near a fuel station, barely 500 metres from their residence in south...

“meant to intimidate”: Months after police raids, Kashmir human rights groups...

By Qadri Inzamam, Haziq Qadri SRINAGAR — ON THE MORNING of October 28, 2020, rights activist Parveena Ahanger was startled by the sound of revving engines outside her...