A report on human rights in Jammu and Kashmir found that the “uprising of 2016”, contrary to government claims, carried forward into 2017.
Three men recently released have denied that they were in law enforcement custody. That’s not surprising, given the threats and intimidation involved.
Recording of Bangladesh Paramilitary Officer Lifts Lid on Extra-Judicial Killings and Disappearances
“Everyone is not an expert on forced disappearances. We have to make sure no clue is left behind,” the Rapid Action Battalion officer has been quoted as saying.
Kashmir has 20,000 widows and half-widows; women whose husbands were killed either by militants, state security forces or in the crossfire.
While the world celebrates Mother’s Day, many of these women are mourning, or still waiting for their loved ones to return.
An artist’s attempt to trigger tactile memories of a shared sky under which the Valley once breathed, in the hope of new tentative gestures across the chasm