SAHR observes with much distress the rapidly diminishing status of human rights in Kashmir

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South Asians for Human Rights (SAHR), a regional human rights organisation, observes with much distress the rapidly diminishing status of human rights in Kashmir. Since the killing of Burhan Wani, a leader of Hizbul Mujahideen on 8th July, there have been widespread public demonstrations across Kashmir and in a bid…

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After the Quetta carnage

Last Monday Quetta saw yet another horrendous bloodbath.This time round the brunt of terrorist attack was borne by the lawyers community of Balochistan although some non-lawyers also lost their lives as they happened to be around the hospital where members of legal fraternity were attacked.The Hazara community, mostly comprising of…

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SAARC Interior Ministers’ moot

ON the eve of two-day Interior Minister’s SAARC Conference in Islamabad, the people of Kashmir carried out lot of demonstrations and protests against India and presence of Indian Home Minister Mr Rajnath in Islamabad. The Kashmiri protests were centred against the Indian Home Minister’s illegal orders for the use of…

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