News Topic:Human Rights Watch

Kashmir internet restrictions figure in letter written by 48 rights groups to WHO

As many as 48 rights groups from different parts of the world, including US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW), have written to the World Health Organisation (WHO) to press the Government of India to restore internet access in Kashmir.

UN seeks international inquiry into Kashmir rights abuses

Srinagar: A United Nations report has called for an international inquiry into human rights abuses committed by government forces in Kashmir and also advocated...

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UGC-NET June 2024 exam cancelled amid integrity concerns

The UGC-NET June 2024 exam, conducted by the National Testing Agency, that took place on Tuesday has been cancelled following concerns about the integrity of the exam.
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Two militants killed in encounter with security forces in Baramulla

Security forces on Wednesday neutralized two militants during an encounter in Hadipora Rafiabad area of northern Kashmir's Baramulla district.

Senior photojournalist Nissar Ahmad passes away after prolonged illness

Nissar Ahmad, a senior photojournalist, passed away today after a prolonged battle with a life-threatening illness.

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Kashmiris speak out as Valley witnesses first major polls after Article 370 abrogation

In a significant electoral moment, Kashmir witnessed its first major polls after the abrogation of Article 370, with hopeful residents expressing their aspirations.

Kashmir political leaders accuse authorities of arresting their workers

J&K political leaders, including Sajjad Gani Lone and Altaf Bukhari, have raised concerns over the arrest and harassment of workers ahead of the polls.