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Two men on the death row in the two neighboring countries can be a silent war. It may not be visible to us like the drones or missiles falling on buildings and killing people. Being on death row is in itself an extreme punishment after being convicted. There are several cases in which the convicted person denies of committing the crime.
By News Desk | Islamabad, Pakistan The Pakistani prisoner, Sanaullah Haq, in India who was critically injured after being beaten by another inmate at Kot Balwal jail of Jammu, passed away on Saturday, the DawnNews of Pakistan reported. However, there was no official confirmation from either the Pakistani High Commission or the Indian High Commission yet. [...]
By News Desk | Kashmir A day after Sarabjit Singh died in a Lahore hospital after being assaulted in a Pakistani jail, a Pakistani prisoner Sanna Ullah Haq who had been convicted for life by TADA Court Jammu in 2009 was assaulted in Kot Balwal Jail of Jammu on Friday morning. The government has put [...]
Sarabjit’s death unfortunate, should be probed: GeelaniBy New Desk | Srinagar, Kashmir Terming the murderous assault on Sarabjit Singh in Kot Lakhpat jail Lahore as unfortunate, the separatist leadership Thursday welcomed Government of Pakistan’s decision to hand over the body of the deceased to his family for performing last rites. Singh was accused of spying [...]
Sarabjit Singh, the convicted Indian spy, has succumbed to injuries in Jinnah Hospital Lahore, Geo News reported.
Singh was attacked by two other inmates at the Kot Lakhpat Jail, Lahore on 26 April and had received serious head injuries.
By News Desk The Guinness World Records has four records on Jammu and Kashmir- a disputed region divided between India and Pakistan since 1947. The records are from the Indian side of the region. The Guinness World record calls Kashmir region as the “largest militarized territorial dispute” on the planet and also records that the [...]
By Ishtiyaq Kar | Srinagar | Photographs by Zuhaib Mohammad Khan In the backdrop of the arrest of Liyaqat Shah by Delhi police, scores of ex-militants staged a protest in the press colony here today against the state government’s ‘failure’ to rehabilitate them. The former militants, demonstrating under the banner of Jammu and Kashmir Human Welfare Association, [...]
By News Desk | Srinagar Negating the tall claims of the Delhi Police Special Cell (DPSC), the family of Liyaqat Ali Shah of North Kashmir’s district Kupwara arrested by DPSC from Gorakhpur, Friday said that he was coming to Kashmir via Nepal to surrender before the Police. “My brother, Liyaqat was returning to Kashmir after [...]
The return of mass protests against Indian rule since 2008 have given a new shape to the Kashmiri movement for independence, one that is now spearheaded by the conflict generation that has grown up knowing only military occupation and its abuses.
The people are dying there, and they are being given grief or indifferences with the overt identities they have, not by the non-buzz word-‘humanity’. In Kashmir, human rights stand terribly below the fundamental level. The people have been voicing in its favour and the authority, who rule the course have been offering cold shoulder on those demands. Things were set in painful equilibrium, so tragedies turning like norms in the Valley.
By News Desk In a written reply to a question at the Jammu and Kashmir assembly, the Chief Minister said that 241 rebels have “illegally” returned to their homes in the state from Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) while another 3974 rebels are still living across the border in Pakistan and PaK. “During the past three [...]
By Fahad Shah n the political arena of the Jammu and Kashmir, a little known family before 1930s which made it to the pages of history is the Abdullah’s of Kashmir. Starting from Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah, who belonged to a shawl weaver family and became the Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, to the current [...]