The data does not specify the nature of “other injuries” but an official told The Indian Express that these were people who had been beaten by police and security forces in the crackdown.
“This police report is a complete lie. If they (policemen) saw him and spoke to him as they have claimed, why didn’t they arrest him there,’’ Khurram’s wife Sameena Mir said.
In 2006, Khurram received the Reebok Human Rights Award, a prestigious international prize that "recognizes young activists who have made significant contributions to human rights causes through nonviolent means”.
Khurram Pervez had motivated a group of students to volunteer for his organisation and join the election-monitoring process.
Muzamil Jaleel says that while the Hurriyat leader has always stood his ground on Kashmir, he has now got other separatists around to his position.
The AoL’s stated objective in Kashmir is to “wean away youth from violence” through a number of programmes, including a leadership initiative.
Lines clearly drawn, officials hope Opposition MPs will show empathy, calm tempers
And with the 51-day curfew, the longest such spell in the Valley, coming to an end on Monday — except in Pulwama town and a few areas of Srinagar — the PDP hopes that Eid on September 13 will mark a thaw.
These 169 are among the estimated 1,000 people who have been identified as key players in the ongoing protests and clashes with security forces.
Children being misled, says CM Mehbooba Mufti. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said an alternative to pellet guns would be found within a few days.
The media is seen as “a mere propaganda tool of the State” and blamed for “hiding the truth”.
Muzaffar Hussain Baig represented the ruling PDP in the all-party meeting convened by the Centre to discuss the current Kashmir uprising
At the all-party meet on Kashmir, PDP was represented by former deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Hussain Baig.
All parties meet today to talk about Kashmir. But are they prepared to hear the Kashmiris?
Once, she was the face of PDP’as ‘healing touch’, combining a politics of compassion with strident dissent of New Delhi. 50 people are dead and houses across Kashmir are mourning. Mehbooba would have wanted to be in the Opposition today. But she is the Chief Minister.
Once the police station of Damhal Hanjipora, or DH Pora, this is now a grim reminder of the rage that erupted over the last two weeks in Kashmir, following the killing of militant Burhan Wani on July 8.
Having failed to quell the mass protests following the killing of Kashmiri militant Burhan Wani, even police, paramilitary and Army have been withdrawn, to lessen the chances of a confrontation.
In the district hospital at Anantnag town, where curfew has been in place for a week, are glimpses of what happened since last Friday, when protests erupted in Kashmir following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.
This is where 22-year-old Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed by J&K Police.
In a clear indication that no one in the security establishment is taking any chances given the volatility on the street, a senior official said that security has been strengthened at Dara Shikoh park, where PDP patriarch Mufti Mohammad Sayeed lies buried.
Three days into the protests, the Chief Minister herself is nowhere to be seen — she has only issued two statements, appealing for calm — and her own party MLAs are fearful of the backlash.
Pellet guns have been regularly used to quell protests in Kashmir since 2010, when the state police introduced them as “non-lethal weapon”, their use has increased over the years.
As the ambulances brought in more of the injured, the hospital staff ran to the entrance. With not many trollies available, many brought in the new patients in their arms.
While mourners assembled for Burhan’s funeral prayers at least 50 times in his native Tral alone since Saturday morning, there were prayers organised in almost every town in the Valley.
Mobs attack police, paramilitary camps; officers admit they didn’t anticipate scale of protests
In his death, security and political observers say, Burhan could become the rallying point of a renewed indigenous militancy and give rise to a potent theme for fresh recruitment.
Foreign militants, especially those of Lashkar, are concentrated along LoC in Kupwara: Report
Sources said that while 64 militants were killed in security operations in J&K since the beginning of 2016, at least 179 more were still active in the state.
As the Supreme Court upholds his life sentence 23 years after he was arrested, India’s oldest terror convict ails, his bedridden wife clings on to hope.
Azhar claimed the alleged offer was made by the then External Affairs minister Jaswant Singh to Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansur, the Taliban chief who was killed in a US drone strike last month.
Acquitted in Babri anniversary train blasts case, Nisar was among 3 who walked free this month.
Professor Bhim Singh said any person, not just a citizen of India, can approach the Supreme Court for his fundamental rights.
The main opposition National Conference has described it as an “infringement” on the state’s “special status and autonomy”, and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has criticised the Supreme Court for going beyond its purview to uphold NEET in J&K.
The Delhi Police had claimed that six Iranian citizens were involved in the attack on an Israeli diplomat on February 13, 2012.
J&K Police sources say that Latif was sent back as part of the deportation of Pak prisoners who have served their sentences.
One key link is the April 2004 issue of a magazine Tehreek-e- Millat, five copies of which were recovered from two sisters Aasiya (20) and Rafia (23) from Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh that month.