A year after the abrogation of Kashmir’s special status and the imposition of a harsh lockdown, the parallels between India’s policies and that of Israel are all the more stark
The police have registered an open case against individuals who have defied government orders prohibiting the use of social media via Virtual Private Networks
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It has been 60 days since the Indian government abrogated Kashmir’s special status and took away its statehood.
According to the report released on September 24, the situation in Kashmir remains unpredictable. It claims that minors as young as 14-15 years old, are being arrested and tortured by Indian forces
Tarigami, who was put under house arrest after the abrogation of Article 370, was allowed to travel to New Delhi for health reasons by the Supreme Court of India.
Millions of Kashmiris continue to suffer under the military lock-down imposed by the Indian government. The situation is particularly critical for patients, women and school-going children.
Here is the video report released by the solidarity team which visited Kashmir
Trade unions said the working class in Kashmir, both domestic and migrant, was paid better minimum wages in comparison to many other States. They also said the step by the Indian government would lead to regressive labor laws being implemented in Kashmir
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CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury talks about the response of the administration when he landed in Srinagar to meet party leaders and workers
Jammu and Kashmir’s status as an autonomous state in the Indian union changed overnight as its citizens were kept under a complete lock down with all means of communication shut.