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Kashmir human shield row: Human Rights Watch director criticises Indian Army, gets trolled on Twitter
DNA

Kashmir human shield: No clean chit to army major, but Farooq ...

Farooq Ahmad Dar, the shawl-weaver, who was tied to the front bumper of a military jeep by an army major in the Beerwah area of Budgam in central Kashmir, said on Monday he expected little from any institution The post Kashmir human shield: No clean chit to ... First Post.com, 1 week ago
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DNA

Srinagar bypoll: Only 467 votes cast in Kashmir re-polling out of over 34000 listed voters

The re-poll was ordered in Chadoora, Chrar-e-Sharief, Khansahib and Beerwah areas in Budgam after widespread street protests on Sunday killed eight people and saw only 7.4 percent voting. The post Srinagar bypoll: Only 467 votes cast in Kashmir re-polling out ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Srinagar bypoll: 2.02% voting recorded in Budgam during repoll at 38 stations  DNA1 month ago Not a single vote cast in Budgam!  Rediff.com1 month ago Re-poll starts in 38 stations in Kashmir's Budgam  Sify1 month ago
India Today

Beerwah: PDP govt pushed Kashmiri youth to the wall, says Omar Abdullah

He further said that the anti-people policies of the PDP-BJP dispensation have brought Kashmir at the volatile crossroads of history where nothing is visible except uncertainty, fear and harassment.
 India Today1 month ago PDP’s complete subservience to BJP alarming for J&K: Omar  State Times2 months ago Norway's envoy calls on Omar Abdullah, discusses Kashmir issue  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Dear Amarinder, you’re a civilian now. Would you like to be a human shield?

If it is absolutely necessary for Captain Amarinder Singh to speak his mind about the Beerwah incident in Kashmir, he should carefully watch the entire footage first. More so, he shouldn't really be speaking out on the issue at all in the first place since ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago
Business Standard

'Human shield' video case: FIR registered in Beerwah Police Station

An FIR has been registered in connection with a video of a young man tied to the front of an army vehicle being paraded in a village of central Kashmir's Budgam district as a sign of warning of same consequence for the stone pelters.FIR No. 38/17 U/S ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 'Look at Army with pride, why so much noise over tying man to jeep in Kashmir’, asks AG Mukul Rohatgi  DNA1 month ago Use of human shield: JK police registers case against unnamed army personnel  Deccan Herald1 month ago FIR against army jawans over man being tied to jeep as shield  Rediff.com1 month ago
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catchnews.com

From shock to a deep sense of cynicism: Kashmir reacts to Major Gogoi's commendation

Kashmir has been long used to the pointless enquiries into the human rights violations and the investigations against the erring personnel stonewalled by AFSPA. But now, the public opinion in Kashmir is struggling to reconcile with the reward given to Major ...
 catchnews.com2 days ago
Rediff.com

Took this step to save locals, says Major who tied man to jeep

At the centre of a controversy, Major Leetul Gogoi on Tuesday appeared before the media to say that his action of tying a man to a jeep as a shield against stone-pelting last month was intended to save the lives of many people. Breaking his silence, he said about 1,200 stone-pelters had surrounded a small group of security personnel at a polling booth in Utligam village of Budgam district on April 9 and if he had ordered firing, there could have been at least 12 casualties. Gogoi, who was ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Human shield issue: Major appears before media to insist he saved lives  Deccan Herald3 days ago
Rediff.com

Is dragging a person for 28 km bravery, asks Kashmiri who was tied to a jeep

“Is dragging a person for nearly 28 kilometres an act of bravery?” That’s the question Farooq Ahmed Dar is asking. The poser by the embroidery artisan came after army major, on whose direction he was tied to a jeep as a “human shield” against stone pelters in Kashmir, had been awarded a commendation certificate. Dar said he was yet to be called by the police or the army -- which has instituted a court of inquiry into the incident of April 9 -- for his side of ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Human shield row: Is dragging a person for 28 km bravery, victim asks  Deccan Herald3 days ago
Sify

'Instead of stone pelter, tie Arundhati Roy to jeep,' Paresh Rawal says, sparks Twitter outrage

New Delhi: Actor and Bharatiya Janata Party MP Paresh Rawal found himself in the middle of a Twitter row on Monday after he wrote that Booker winning author Arundhati Roy be tied to an army jeep, whilst referring to a Kashmiri man who was bound in front of an ...
 Sify4 days ago
State Times

Police register cases against Army, BSF

The police today registered cases against security forces in Kashmir who used a civilian as a human shield to allegedly guard against stone pelters and in another incident gunned down a youth in the Batamaloo area of Srinagar. A First Information Report (FIR) ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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