In Srinagar, children and youth were detained and booked under the Public Safety Act.
NewsClick team visited Budgam in Kashmir to meet the families and parents whose children have been picked up by the army after the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5.
Three women were detained and beaten up for over twelve hours last week in the army police station.
In this video, we look into the ever increasing attacks on journalists who have been speaking truth to power.
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
Indian paramilitary forces used tear gas and fired pellet guns at protesters, injuring at least 12 people
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.
The report questions the inaction on the part of Indian and Pakistani governments in addressing and implementing the recommendations of its previous June 2018 report, adding that the accountability for violations committed by members of the Indian forces remains virtually non-existent
Shujaat Bukhari (1968-2018) was a journalist based in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. On June 14, 2018, Shujaat was brutally gunned down outside his office.
A recent study conducted by Kashmiri human rights organizations exposes the torture perpetrated by the Indian State in Jammu and Kashmir since 1990