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Indian troops martyr six more youth in occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Indian troops in a fresh act of barbarism in the occupied Kashmir, on Sunday, martyred six more youth in Shopian district of the held territory, the Kashmir Media Service reported. As per details, the youth were killed by Indian occupation forces during so-called cordon and search operation of Shopian district. The Kashmiri media service further reported that an unannounced curfew has been imposed in the area, while internet and mobile services have also been suspended by Indian authorities. Two days…

British delegates concerned over human rights violations in IoK

ISLAMABAD: A British parliamentary delegation on a visit to Pakistan has expressed concern over the human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK). Addressing a joint press conference with Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan here on Thursday, the members of the delegation called on the international community to take cognizance of the ongoing genocide of Kashmiri people in the occupied valley. Seeking attention of the world towards atrocities in Kashmir, Member British Parliament Andrew Flint…

Don’t expect Pakistan to provide consular access to Jadhav: Basit

NEW DELHI: Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit has said India should not expect to provide consular access to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, condemned to death for espionage and his involvement in subversive activities, for his was not an ordinary case. In an interview to Indian English daily, he said Jadhav was tried for espionage and subversive activates in Pakistan. “His is not an ordinary case and we have dealt with his consular access plea under the bilateral agreement of 2008, which clearly stipulates…

Three Indian soldiers killed in Occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Three Indian soldiers including an officer were killed in an attack on a military camp in India-Occupied Kashmir, ARY News reported   Army spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said the attackers used guns and grenades to target soldiers northwest of Kashmir. However, there was no independent confirmation of the incident and no separatist group has claimed responsibility of the incident. Separately, Indian security forces arrested key separatist leader Asia Andrabi after accusing her of inciting women against Indian…

Four killed as separatists ambush Indian army convoy in held Kashmir

SRINAGAR: A woman and three soldiers were killed Thursday when separatists ambushed an army convoy in India-Occupied Kashmir, police said. The soldiers were returning from a search operation when the separatists attacked their convoy, injuring six, three of whom later died. The civilian woman was also hit by a stray bullet and died, police said. "Three army soldiers succumbed to their injuries at the army hospital in Srinagar," said a police spokesman who asked not to be named. Area superintendent of police Tahir…

Indian forces kill three Kashmiris during overnight gun battle

SRINAGAR: Indian security forces killed at least three young Kashmiris during an overnight gun battle in a village in Indian-held Kashmir, ARY News reported on Monday. According to Kashmir Media Service, Indian troops killed the civilians during a search operation in the village near the tourist resort of Pahalgam. A local police officer said soldiers using mortar fire had destroyed the house and killed the Kashmiris. Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan, but both claim it in full. The two…

More than 90 protesters killed in IOK crackdown in 2016: HRW report

ISLAMABAD: Global rights watchdog, Human Rights Watch (HRW), in a report said that a crackdown on protests in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) beginning from July 2016 killed more than 90 people and injured hundreds, fuelling further discontent against Indian forces. According to Kashmir Media Service, the HRW in its ‘World Report 2017’ said that protests erupted in July 2016 after the killing of a young separatist leader Burhan Wani in the disputed valley. The report said that the Indian Central Reserve Police Force, a…