In Kashmir, a family’s harrowing quest to prove their son’s death

Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – On an unusually tense afternoon when Indian-administered Kashmir was under full lockdown, Osaib Altaf Marazi, made a fatal decision. Osaib Altaf Marazi, 17, died on August 5 but his family has been unable to get a death certificate from the hospital. The …

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Preparation for a genocide under way in India

Dr. Gregory Stanton, an Internationally acclaimed expert, raises concerns about possible mass extermination of Muslims while briefing US Congress on situation in Kashmir and Assam. Dr. Gregory Stanton, founder of Genocide Watch, addressed an audience of Congressional and Government officials at a briefing titled Ground Reports …

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Bodies in a Broken State: New Report Records a History of Torture in Kashmir

Examining 432 stories, a new report by the Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society explores the fate of individuals and communities subjected to “indiscriminate and systematic perpetration of torture”. New Delhi: Hilal Ahmad Akhoon, picked up for the first time from his home in November …

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