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Tech-savvy terrorist is new Hizbul commander in Kashmir - Times of India

SRINAGAR: A day after the killing of Sabzar Bhat + , Hizbul Mujahideen identified Riyaz Naikoo, at 29 the oldest surviving terrorist of the outfit, as its new commander in Kashmir, sources said on Sunday. Tech-savvy Naikoo is considered a moderate ...and more »

The stolen childhoods of Kashmir in pencil and crayon - BBC News

These are pictures of loss of childhood and innocence. They speak about a violent world outside shuttered homes. They reveal the terrors of the present and the fears for the future. The colours are vivid. Red dominates, in blood and fire. Black is an ...and more »

Hizbul leader Sabzar Ahmad, 7 other militants killed in Kashmir - domain-B

Security forces on Friday managed to eliminate seven militants and the leader of the Hizbul Mijahideen militant group Sabzar Ahmad, who succeeded Burhan Wani as Hizbul commander after Wani was gunned down by the Army last year. The Indian Amy ...and more »

Protests erupt in India's Kashmir after militant commander is killed - Washington Post

SRINAGAR, India — A popular militant commander and one other gunman were killed Saturday in a standoff with security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir, sparking widespread protests across the valley that left at least one civilian dead. Police ...and more »

Protests hit held Kashmir after killing of militant leader - DAWN.com

SRINAGAR: In scenes reminiscent of what transpired in the aftermath of popular militant leader Burhan Wani's killing, a civilian lost his life and dozens of others were injured on Saturday after massive anti-India protests and clashes erupted in India ...and more »

Sabzar Bhat killing: Amid violent protests, tourist hurt in stone pelting - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Over a dozen people, including a tourist, were injured in clashes between security forces and stone-pelters across the Valley on Saturday. The clashes broke out after the killing of Burhan Wani's successor Sabzar Bhat. One tourist, Abjeet ...and more »

Killing of Militant by Indian Forces Sets Off Protests in Kashmir - New York Times

TRAL, Kashmir — Protests erupted across southern Kashmir on Saturday after Indian forces killed a militant who led an insurgent network and commanded a loyal following among local youths. Early on Saturday, after Indian troops had surrounded the ...and more »

India kills top Kashmiri rebel – A setback or a stimulus for separatists? - Deutsche Welle

Indian authorities imposed curfew in many parts of Kashmir's state capital Srinagar after angry protesters took to the streets following the killing of Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, head of the militant Hizbul Mujahideen (Party of Holy Warriors) group, on Saturday.and more »

Top rebel commander killed in Indian-administered Kashmir - TRT World

Following the gunning down of the insurgent commander, the atmosphere has been tense in the region with several reports of violent clashes between protesting villagers and security personnel. Anti-India sentiment runs deep in the predominantly Muslim ...and more »

Sabzar given hero's farewell - Kashmir Reader

Militant appears at funeral, greeted with hugs and kisses. TRAL: Despite the curfew-like restrictions in all the major towns of south Kashmir, thousands of people reached Rathsuna village in Tral on Sunday to participate in the funeral prayers of slain ...and more »