Violence by Indian forces in IHK state-sponsored terrorism: COAS - Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday termed violence by Indian armed forces in Indian-held Kashmir as 'New Delhi's state-sponsored terrorism', according to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public ...

Indian policies not working in IHK - The News International

Several months after the killing of folk hero Burhan Wani by the Indian forces in held Kashmir, blood is still flowing in the Valley. We continue to hear about fake encounters in which youngsters were targeted or gunned down by the Indian police, army ...

Silencing the voices of dissent - The News International

With every passing day, the Indian militancy in Indian-held Kashmir is touching new heights. The state-sponsored violence is gaining momentum day by day. Ever since the killing of Burhan Wani, there is a continuous increase in violence in the held valley.

Can't remain indifferent to atrocities against Kashmiris: COAS - The News International

RAWALPINDI: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday said Pakistan cannot remain indifferent to the barbaric treatment meted out to defenceless Kashmiris, including women and children.According to the Inter-Services Public ...

Police in IOK report confirms Indian army used man as human shield - International News Network

According to Kashmir Media Service, the police in a report submitted to the local Human Rights Commission said, Farooq Ahmad Dar “was tied to the bonnet of the Army vehicle as human shield under threat. He was kept under wrongful confinement and was ...

Chaos, anarchy and Kashmir - Greater Kashmir

Killings in the rural areas to take mainstream politics to margins, latest advisory by state DGP to his officials not to visit their homes to avoid their killings shows how grim is the situation on ground. 'From hired stone pelters' to Women College ...

Pak will support people''s struggle in Kashmir: Gen Bajwa - Greater Kashmir

The army chief, according to a handout issued by the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), said Kashmiris had a right to live without fear and repression. TARIQ NAQASH Muzaffarabad, Publish Date: May 1 2017 12:17AM | Updated Date: May 1 2017 12: ...

Pak will support 'political struggle' of Kashmiris: Bajwa - Zee News

Islamabad: Pakistan's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday visited the Line of Control and said his country would continue to support the "political struggle" of the Kashmiris for the right of "self-determination". Bajwa, who toured the areas ...

The Internet Ban In Kashmir Is A Clear Violation Of Human Rights And No One Seems To Care - Feminism in India (blog)

Kashmir continues to bathe in the blood of its own people, falling prey to 'stray bullets' and 'non lethal pellets' fired from the guns of the Indian armed forces. Since July 2016, Kashmir has lost over 100 young lives, thousands (registered and ...

Kashmir's unending tragedy - The Hindu

The dreadful violence and low turnout in a by-election in Kashmir has again raised intense debate in New Delhi. Unfortunately this debate has been mainly abusive rather than productive, and as a result it has masked the real issues. Somehow we have ...

Pakistan will support Kashmiri 'political struggle', says its army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa - Defence Aviation Post

Khairpur Tamiwali : In this Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 photo, Pakistan's army senior officer Lt. Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa attends a military exercise in Khairpur Tamiwali, Pakistan. The spokesman for Pakistan's prime minister has announced on Saturday, Nov.

Pakistan wants result-oriented talks with India on Kashmir: Zakaria - Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakria Saturday said that Pakistan wanted a meaningful, sustainable and result oriented dialogue with India on Kashmir issue. Talking to media, he said, “Pakistan had initiated a composite dialogue with ...

Mobile Internet services restored in Kashmir - Alive For Football

The army chief said that the violence by the Indian occupied forces riles up passions among the Pakistani people who "cannot remain indifferent to the barbaric treatment meted out to the defenceless Kashmiris". In a statement, the joint resistance ...

Text Bulletin 2000 hrs - Radio Pakistan (press release)

Pakistan has urged Afghanistan to avoid blame game and work together for a mutually beneficial future. Army Chief says India is committing state terrorism against unarmed civilians in Occupied Kashmir. Turkish President has called for a negotiated ...

The (un)social media - Millennium Post

Trust is the single most significant casualty in Kashmir. Trust-deficit amongst the various stakeholders is manifesting in the ongoing battle of the 'online' domain. Social media is equally, an instrument of empowerment, as it is, of abuse. The concept ...

Pakistan will always stand by the people of Kashmir: COAS - Daily Times

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa said that Pakistan will always stand by Kashmiris in their struggle for the right of self-determination and recourse to basic human rights. He expressed these views during a visit to Haji ...

Will support Kashmiris in their struggle, says Pakistan army chief - NewsPatrolling (press release) (blog)

Pakistan's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said today that his country will continue to support the political struggle of Kashmiris. He said Pakistan is committed to protecting and preserving the right of self-determination of Kashmiri people ...

Pakistan Army chief Bajwa visits LoC, says Kashmir terrorism is India-sponsored - India Today

Pakistan's Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday visited the Line of Control and said that Pakistan would continue to support the struggle of the Kashmiris. The Army Chief said Pakistan will always stand by Kashmiris in their struggle for the ...

Video: Pak army chief instigates tensions across LoC with 'self-determination' comment - Times Now

Islamabad: Looking to further perpetuate instability in the sensitive Jammu and Kashmir region, Pakistan's army chief General, Qamar Javed Bajwa said his country would continue to support the 'political struggle' of the Kashmiris for the right of ...

Erdogan urges Pakistan, India to settle Kashmir dispute once and for all - The Express Tribune

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for Pakistan and India settling the dispute of Kashmir once and for all through talks, Radio Pakistan reported on Sunday. In an interview ahead of his visit to India, he stressed the need for a ...