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KCSDS, CCS condemn conferring of Padma Vibhushan to Jagmohan
Rising Kashmir

JKCCS, APDP express anguish over Padma award to Jagmohan

SRINAGAR, Jan 27: The Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) and Association of Parents of Disappeared persons (APDP) has expressed deep anger and anguish over conferring of Padma Vibhushan award to Ex governor of J&K Jagmohan. JKCCS ... Kashmir Times, 2 weeks ago
Jagmohan award irks Valley Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

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Reportage on Gilgit-Baltistan integration into Pak worrisome: JKCCS

Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) Friday said the newspaper reportage about the possible Pakistani Government’s decision to ‘legally’ integrate Gilgit – Baltistan region into Pakistan, which otherwise is part of the disputed territory ...
 Rising Kashmir4 weeks ago Pak move to integrate GB worrisome: JKCCS  Greater Kashmir4 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

1993 massacre: Sopore remains shut, Hizb chief pays tribute

Sopore, a town in the north Kashmir, remained shut on Wednesday to commemorate the killing of nearly 50 civilians and destruction of more than 500 shops by the Border Security Force (BSF) personnel 23 years ago. Locals said almost all shops and ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Sopore shut on 23rd anniversary of killings of 50 persons allegedly by BSF  Newshence.com1 month ago

PRC presses UN to resolve Kashmir

NAJRAN: Three members of the Saudi National Guard died in Rabuah, Najran, on Wednesday.National Guard spokesman Maj. Mohammed Omari identified them as Lt. Faisal bin Abdullah Al-Shehri, Lt. Faisal bin Talal Al-Toub and Lt. Saud bin Khaled ...
 Arab News2 days ago
India Today

5 Kashmiri women pen Kunan Poshpora struggle

The book, titled Do You Remember Kunan Poshpora, narrates how on the night of February 23, 1991, a battalion of the 4th Rajputana Rifles of the 68th Brigade allegedly killed several male members of Kunan and Poshpora villages in Kupwara district and ...
 India Today1 week ago

Is pro-Pakistan sentiment in Kashmir still alive?

SRINAGAR: There is a mixed response from Jammu and Kashmir on February 5. Some say that Kashmir Day is of great significance whereas others believe that the observance has been reduced to mere ritual and that Pakistan's official stance over Kashmir ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Funeral for missing man in Kashmir  The Hindu3 weeks ago Politics of rape in Kashmir  The Hindu4 weeks ago Separatists favour dialogue but want Kashmir at center stage  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Pakistan Today

In Kashmir, missing men revive fears of 'disappearances'

On a freezing winter's day in a remote Kashmiri village, Begum Jan and her 10 children huddle around a wood burner inside their dimly-lit home, worried about the fate of their missing father. The 42-year-old labourer has been missing since ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago In Indian-held Kashmir, missing men revive fears of disappearances  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago In Indian-occupied Kashmir, missing men revive fears of 'disappearances'  ARY News.tv2 weeks ago In India-held Kashmir, missing men revive fears of 'disappearances'  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Padma Vibushan for Jagmohan criticised

Jammu and Kashmir's main regional party, the National Conference (NC), and human rights advocacy organisations on Tuesday took strong exception to conferring the Padma Vibushan award on former Governor Jagmohan. Awarding a man like Jagmohan ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
DNA India

Kashmir's gravedigger who buried 235 bodies passes away

Atta Mohammad Khan, Kashmir's gravedigger believed to have buried 235 unidentified bodies that the police brought to his village during militancy, died at his home in North Kashmir's border town of Uri on Sunday night. Khan was 73. Khan, a farmer ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Gravedigger, who buried 235 unidentified bullet riddle bodies, is no more  DNA India1 month ago

Man who helped identify graves of disappeared Kashmiris dead

Gravedigger Atta Mohammad (75), who helped identify the graves of several disappeared Kashmiris, has died. He was a resident, of Bimyar, Chahal, Uri, more than 100 km north of Srinagar. Mohammad breathed his last on Sunday night. He had buried ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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