.: Human Rights

Date: 8 Jun 2014

Srinagar: South Kashmir Civil Society(SKCS) strongly condemns the recent molestation cases reported by section of media. SKCS terms incidents terrible, brute and atrocious.

As such, Society demands thorough, impartial and time- bound probe whether it is the chopping-off an ear of a girl student or a teacher who has reportedly molested a girl

Date: 7 Jun 2014

New York (June 8, 2014)—Hundreds of Sikhs from New York and neighboring States held a “Sovereignty March” outside the United Nations Headquarters yesterday. The event was organized on the 30th anniversary of the Darbar Sahib invasion by the Indian Army in June 1984.

Date: 5 Jun 2014

‘Every fifth Kashmiri victim of torture’

Srinagar: ‘Voice of Victims’ a state human rights defender group Thursday claimed that 471 torture centers are still existing in Kashmir.

Date: 3 Jun 2014

Baramulla: Muhammad Afsar Khan son of Muhammad Muzaffar resident of Binner Sherwaniabad Baramulla and her wife Zahida narrated a woeful tale about Indian army captain’s alleged repression who is posted at F-Company Venkara Binner Baramulla. While displaying his bruised body, Muhammad Afsar Khan, the father of seven daughters told CNS that from past one year 46 Rashtriya Rifles F-Company Captain Balihan aka Major Saleem aka Gabar Singh is after him and compelling him to act as his informer.

Date: 30 May 2014

Shopian: The family of Neelofar and Asiya Jan, the Shopian women, who were allegedly murdered and raped in 2009 Friday reiterated that justice has been brazenly denied to them.

Date: 29 May 2014

Srinagar: On the eve of fifth death anniversary of two Shopian women, a sit-in protest was held in the town on Thursday in solidarity with the victims.

Date: 29 May 2014

Srinagar: On the eve of fifth death anniversary of two Shopian women, dozens of Kashmir University students on Thursday staged a protest sit-in in Hazratbal campus of the varsity, witnesses said here.

Date: 26 May 2014


This highly civilized, educated and marvelously scientific world of today says that child labour is simply a severe violation of basic human rights; but in spite of this realization, throughout the world more than 215 million children aging from five to seventeen are compelled to work under conditions that are considered illegal, perilous and extremely

Date: 24 May 2014

Stages protest in Srinagar

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir women’s democratic forum Saturday staged a protest seeking justice for the two Shopian women who were allegedly raped and murdered in 2009.

Party female workers led by Chairperson Tanveer Fatima were carrying placards and banners seeking justice for all women

Date: 18 May 2014

Justice denied

Demand to present Advocate Ravichander Report

Government of Telangana must act now!

Hyderabad, A.P, India: On the occasion of completion of Seven years of Makkah Masjid bomb blast and subsequent police firing, Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee pays homage to the Martyrs and expresses its solidarity with the families of victims of bomb

Date: 15 May 2014

Condemn the criminal act of target killing of Muslims by the BSF Jawans in Kishanbagh, Hyderabad

Saffornization of Sikh community is the main cause of turmoil

Hyderabad: Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee strongly condemns the two side attack on Muslim community in Kishanbagh of Hyderabad city.

Date: 14 May 2014

‘Wanted’ stone-pelter arrested in Shopian

Baramulla/Shopian: Police on Wednesday slapped PSA on a Baramulla youth and shifted him to Sub-jail Kupwara. The youth who has been identified as Zahoor Ahmed Mala son of Bashir Ahmed resident of Old Town Baramulla was arrested by police on the charges of stone-pelting on April 27 last month.

Date: 14 May 2014

Kulgam: A Kashmiri youth who is known as ‘Islamic Rage Boy’ has been languishing in Central Jail from past five years. The family members of Shakeel Ahmed Bhat resident of Malik Angan Fateh Kadal Srinagar told CNS that Shakeel was arrested by the government in 2009 on the charges of organizing protests against police, and since then he is languishing in the jail.

Date: 14 May 2014

London: The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) today called on the Pakistan Senate to reject a Bill that would grant the military and law enforcement authorities sweeping powers to detain individuals, in contravention of international human rights standards.

Date: 13 May 2014

Sopore: 22 Rashtriya Rifles camp of Indian Army located in Pazlipora area of North Kashmir’s Sopore town has allegedly become a continuous source of nuisance for the locals. According to the locals one Major Abishiek has let loose, a reign of terror in the area as he directing the youth to report on the camp where they are being interrogated and tortured.

Date: 12 May 2014

Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference Jammu and Kashmir leaders are still in police lock up from past many days. The organization has expressed concern over the continuous detention of Shabir Ahmed Shah, Nayeem Ahmed Khan and Mushtaq-ul-Islam.

Date: 12 May 2014

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association Monday strongly condemned the arrest and detention of ‘hundreds’ of youth, who according to Bar have been illegally picked up and unlawfully incarcerated.

Date: 9 May 2014

Srinagar: Several video and photojournalists of Barmulla alleged that policemen misbehaved with them and barred them from covering protests on Cement Bridge.

Date: 6 May 2014

Srinagar: All Parties Hurriyat Conference Human Rights Division is going to publish, very soon, a detailed report in which Human Rights Violations incidents committed across the length and breadth of Kashmir have been documented.

Date: 5 May 2014

Accused cops arrested, suspended

Tazeem Malik

RAJOURI: Two jawans of 5th Battalion of Jammu Kashmir Armed Police (JKAP) Sunday allegedly raped a woman by forcibly entering her house in Rajouri when she was all alone.

Date: 4 May 2014

Srinagar: A youth has been booked under Public Safety Act (PSA), described as lawless law by Amnesty International, and has been shifted to Kathua Jail, official sources told GNS today.

They said Waseem Ahmad Sofi (23), son of Bashir Ahmad of Dangerpora village of Pulwama in South Kashmir was arrested by police last week.

Date: 3 May 2014

Patients too have to face the brunt

Srinagar: President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan today in a statement castigated security forces for not allowing doctors and paramedics to reach hospitals with the result depriving sick patients of medicare services. I received calls from doctors of valley saying that they have to face the wrath from security

Date: 3 May 2014

This refers to the killing of Bashir Ahmad Bhat of Nawakadal Srinagar.The paramilitary forces are hell bent in shedding the innocent blood in this no man’s land called Kashmir. The SHRC has taken the matter in its own hands for the hopeful results. The very act is brutal and detestable.

Date: 24 Apr 2014

Law and law-making
 Parliament made around two dozen laws. Eight presidential ordinances were promulgated.
 Several security-specific laws were adopted. The president promulgated the Protection of Pakistan Ordinance.

Date: 23 Apr 2014

Hameed Shaheen

ISLAMABAD: The Secretary General of the OIC, Mr Iyad Ameen Madani received in in his office Mr Mouhaman Dahirou Dambaba, Ambassador of the Republic of Benin, says a press release emailed to Kashmir Watch here Wednesday.

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