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Kashmir: Worrying Situation

The on-going protests in Kashmir following the killing of Burhan Wani were met by police firing resulting in over 40 deaths and over 2,000 injured including hundreds of blindings due to pellet-shot. 1,078 more words

Kashmir News

Radical Socialist Statement on Kashmir

Radical Socialist condemns the continued violence against people in the Kashmir valley, where the death toll is continuously rising, making people remember 2010 all over again. 1,018 more words

Kashmir News


From a handful of Militants to thousands of Kashmiris chanting Azadi. What have you done India?
When did country like Pakistan became the Elysian field of Kashmiris! 136 more words

Fire in the Valley

The recent violence in Kashmir has caused a lot of heated debates on social media. Grisly pictures and news updates of riots and clashes between police and the locals used to pop up on my notifications every day. 1,001 more words

Kashmir 2016: Extension of history

(Photo: from my September 2009 visit)

I did not know what to say or write for what has been happening in Kashmir recently. The scenario of protests, killings, curfews in Kashmir is not happening for the first time. 1,009 more words


Stop the war on the people of Kashmir and respect their Right to Self-Determination | DSU

Stop the war on the people of Kashmir! – Democratic Students’ Union

Date: 15/07/2016

A brutal genocide is underway. Since the brutal assassination of the militant commander of Kashmir, 22 year old Burhan Muzaffar Wani, from Tral, South Kashmir on 8th July by the Indian army, the days that have once again showed the world how the largest democracy of the world treats a small subjugated nation with bullets, pellets, torture, unidentified mass graves, forced disappearances and rapes of thousands of Kashmiri people. 2,723 more words


Kashmiris are suffering & we are to be blamed!

How would you react if government suddenly decides to ban mobile network, cable television, etc. in your city, be it for security reasons? Then the bans are followed by curfew. 997 more words