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Conflict India: Reporting NO Breaking News Stories I India Loud & Clear I 3

 
/ August 9, 2019

This week in India Loud & Clear we travel to conflicts that impact millions of Indians every day.

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All Is Lost To A Mindless Massacre

 
/ August 1, 2018

Along with dead bodies, much more was buried in the Nadimarg Massacre in Jammu and Kashmir more than 15 years ago.

A Visit inside Kashmir’s First Cashless Village

 
/ February 16, 2017

  Lanura Budgam village is located at a distance of 24 Kms from Srinagar city. The village was declared to be the first ‘cashless’ village by J&K Government on 18 December 2016. The declaration of Lanura being a cashless village stunned local villagers. The village lacks basic facilities, like electricity...

Kashmiri Police Constable dies as Protesting Mob Pushed Vehicle into River

 
/ January 23, 2017

Afroz Ahmad Lone, 23-year-old police constable working in J&K Police was killed in Sangam, Anantnag district of Kashmir in July 2015. He met an untimely death when an angry mob, protesting against the Indian rule in the valley, pushed the armoured police vehicle he was driving, into river Jehlum with...

Kashmir Unrest | Elderly man died of cardiac arrest amid teargas shelling

 
/ January 18, 2017

On the 60th day on Kashmir Unrest,  7th September 2016, there was a protest going on in Chawalgam village of South Kashmir’s Kulgam during the mass uprising. Abdul Gani, a 70-year-old man came out of his home to attend nature’s call when a tear gas exploded in his house premises. Abdul...

A Kashmiri Youth killing was targeted, claims family

 
/ January 3, 2017

An 18-year-old boy Irfan Fayaz Wani was killed after he was allegedly hit by a teargas shell in Malarata area of Srinagar city on Sunday evening. “Irfan had gone to Malarata to attend the wedding function of his cousin,” a family member tells Nadiyah Shafi. “The situation was normal when...

It is the End of the World Without My Brother – Kashmir Unrest

 
/ December 30, 2016

Across the fields in Kashmir, Danish Manzoor,18, was on his way to tuitions when a bullet hit him during the Kashmir Unrest. He could hear a peaceful protest, condemning the death of a 20-year-old youth, as he breathed his last breath. Danish and his friends were standing at a distance...

Is creating a culture of accountability in Kashmir, a problem? Khurram Parvez asks the Govt

 
/ December 9, 2016

Khurram Parvez is a noted Kashmiri Human Rights activist.  He has led organisations like Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances (AFAD) and Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) to take strong stands on the police and army brutality in Kashmir.  On September 15 Khurram was detained at Delhi airport...