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Terror and the Fear to Travel

As we run our ski programs in Gulmarg in Kashmir, I have already written a number of blogs on skiers’ safety in this part of the world. 1,906 more words


Visit of Natasha Rather and Ifrah Butt, co-authors of ‘Do You Remember Kunan Poshpora’ to Kolkata - A Report

Visit of Natasha Rather and Ifrah Butt, co-authors of ‘Do you remember Kunan Poshpora’ to Kolkata during July 11 to 13, 2016

WSS, West Bengal arranged for the visit of Natasha Rather and Ifrah Butt, co-authors of Do you remember Kunan Poshpora, to Kolkata and held various programmes independently and with other organizations including students’ bodies. 960 more words

#Guns and roses

The message from the valley is loud and clear do not cheat your girlfriend!!

Misguided kashmiri youth should sing bhumro- bhumro in the valley rather than azadi- azadi! 67 more words


No Strangers to Violence: More stories of rape and looting in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district

Between the 5th and the 7th of May, 2016, a team of members from Women Against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS) and independent activists and reporters visited villages in Bijapur following a series of recent reports of mass sexual violence and assault on adivasi women by security forces and police in the area. 109 more words


Press Statement: Bastar and the Bogey of Anti-Nationalisms

Statement of WSS in response to the attacks on an independent study team in Bastar and local villagers helping them, and a solidarity event in Kolkata… 946 more words


Nigeria 236 Boko Haram captives, 131 Children rescued a mid-Troubled Politics in the South

The question of massive abductions by notorious Nigerian group Boko Haram is nothing new in the media. To recap some crucial events, a New York-based Human Rights Watch approximates that the militant group abducted about 500 women and girls from Northern Nigeria since 2009. 370 more words

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