News Topic:J&K State Human Rights Commission (SHRC)

200 out of 1164 human rights cases in J-K pending with NHRC: MHA

The Ministry of Home Affairs said 1164 human rights cases pertaining to Jammu and Kashmir have been registered with National Human Rights Commission.

Justices eludes Handwara massacre victims

The onset of year 1990 in Kashmir began with massacres. Four days after Gaw Kadal massacre, another massacre took place in Handwara.

Examine setting up of Human Rights Commission in J&K: HC asks Govt

SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday asked the government to examine matter regarding the setting up of a Human Rights...

It is official: No separate Human Rights Commission for J&K

SRINAGAR — The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir won’t have a separate human rights commission as the Government of India is set to...

Women shouldn’t carry cow-dung on their heads: SHRC

SRINAGAR — The State Human Rights Commission on Friday said that the age-old practice of women carrying cow-dung in baskets on their heads shall...

Kupwara Massacre 1994: SHRC seeks latest status of investigation

SRINAGAR — The State Human Rights Commission has sought a latest status of investigation into the Kupwara massacre on 27 January 1994 and warrant...

SHRC asks CS, DGP: Will school buses, ambulances ply during convoy movement?

SRINAGAR — State Human Rights Commission chairman, Justice (Rtd) Bilal Nazki today issued a notice to Chief Secretary and the DGP of police to...

SHRC seeks detailed report about thrashing of Pulwama man

Srinagar: State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) member, Dilshada Shaheen today issued a notice to Government through Commissioner Secretary Home Department, Director General of Police...

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Young man dies after falling off 20-feet pole in central Kashmir

A young man died after falling off a 20-feet high pole in the Humhama area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Sunday.
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Kashmir Valley shaken by Sunday morning earthquake

A moderate earthquake rattled the picturesque Kashmir Valley on Sunday morning, causing panic among residents and triggering concerns about potential damage.

Medical Representatives’ entry in hospitals takes priority over patients, causing chaos

The entry of Medical Representatives (MRs) in hospitals during official hours is causing a mess in hospitals with doctors giving them preference over patients.

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