Aqeel, 16 Year old Boy Killed on the day of Bypolls in Budgam- Family seeks Justice

Video By: Rafiqa Bano | Article By: Nusrat Ali On 9th April 2017 Aqeel Ahmad Wani 16 years, was shot dead by forces in Beerwah Budgam of central Kashmir while he along with some other youth were pelting stones on para military near a polling station located at Chur-Mujroo village. The incident happened on the […]

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Kashmir Unrest: Scars of Pellets – Khursheed, a Laborer Narrates His Story

Video By: Aneesa Hamid | Article By: Nusrat Ali Khursheed Ahmad Parray (36) a laborer from Hajin Bandipora  is a father of 4 children. Khursheed was shot with pellets in November 2016 while he was part of a protest after an encounter was happening in locality. According to Khursheed he was targeted by police and […]

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Kashmir Unrest: Hit By Teargas Shell, Ganderbal Youth Lost Three Fingers

Video By: Afroza Mahed | Article By: Nusrat Ali Iqbal Ahmad a youth from Beehama Ganderbal during the unrest was hit by a teargas shell which hit his hand rendering him handicapped with 3 of his fingers damaged completely. Iqbal was a student of 11th standard. He was part of a peaceful protest against the […]

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Kashmir Unrest: 2 Persons Including an Elderly Woman Shot Dead in Qazigund

Video By: Sajad Shah | Article By: Nusrat Ali Two persons including a woman were killed and seven others wounded when army opened firing at Qazigund area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district. Showkat Ahmad Itoo S/o Ghulam Hassan Itoo, a young boy and Syeda Bano (50+ age) W/o Ghulam Hassan Mir, were killed by Army […]

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In 2015, This Ganderbal Family Lost Two Kids in ‘Mysterious Blast’ – Justice Awaited!

Video By: Afroza Mehad | Article By: Nusrat Ali Aadil Ahmad Reshi and Sharik Ahmad Reshi, two brothers from Ganderbal’s Baba saluina village were killed in a mysterious blast when they were playing. This incident happened on 5th August 2015, there was a strike being observed that day and schools were closed. Both were sons […]

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Parveena Akhter, a Female Pellet Victim Narrates her Story

Video BY: Tabassum Khanam | Article BY: Nusrat Ali In Awoora village of Kupwara Parveena Akhtar, 18 years old was hit by a pellet on 10 August 2016 during mass uprising. She received pellets in both of her eyes. In her left there is a pellet fire still into it, Doctors are advising not to […]

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Tied to an Army Jeep: A Kashmiri Voter’s Tryst with Democracy

Video By: Rafiqa Bano | Article By: Madhura Chakraborty “My mother wants me to go see a doctor. But I am afraid of going to a hospital. I’m afraid they will find me and kill me…I haven’t stepped outside my house in the last eight days.” This testimony comes from a twenty six year old shawl […]

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Kashmiri Youth Sentenced to Death by Kolkata Court: Family Demand Justice

Video by: Sajad Shah | Article by: Nusrat Ali Muzaffar Ahmed Rather of Khee-Jogipora village of Kulgam district was sentenced to death by Bongaon, Kolkata fast track court-1 alongwith two Pakistani nationals arrested by BSF in 2007 from the Indo-Bangladesh border at Petrapole. According to officials, the Pakistani men- Mohammed Younus and Abdullah- are residents […]

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Kashmiri Man Used as Human Shield by Army Narrates his Ordeal

Video By: Rafeeqa Bano: Article By: Sajad Rasool Farooq Ahmad Dar, a 27 year old man from Chill-Brass village of Budgam Kashmir, was tied by the Indian army to to a Jeep on 9 April, the day mid term elections were conducted by India’s election commission on Srinagar-Budgam parliamentary seat. The video surfaced on social […]

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PSA Continues to Traumatize Kashmiri Families, Especially Women

Video By: Afroza Mahed | Article By: Sajad Rasool After spending nearly four months in a prison. Nazir Ahmad Ganai of Fatehpora Ganderbal was released on 14 January 2017. Nazir was detained on 17 September 2016 after his alleged involvement in ‘anti India’ protests. Nazir’s family blames security forces of humiliation and harassment. Even after […]

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