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Indian Govt Admits Disappearance Of Around 10,000 Women In IIOJK

Onlline Desk: In a disturbing revelation, Indian government has admitted the disappearance of around 10,000 innocent women in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The Srinagar-based Association of Parents of Dis-appeared Persons has documented custodial disappearance of over 8,000 innocent Kashmiris after they were picked up by Indian Army, paramilitary and police personnel since January 1989. Many of those are believed to .....
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     Asia
Indian Govt Admits Disappearance Of Around 10,000 Women In IIOJK
Kashmiris face worst human rights violations in IIOJK
CPEC: Transforming Pakistan’s Economic Infrastructure and Regional Connectivity
Enforced Disappearances in Kashmir: A State’s Denial and a Community’s Agony
Burhan Wani’s Martyrdom: A Renewed Commitment to Kashmir’s Freedom Struggle
RAW-backed alliance of TTP and BLA out to target CPEC
12 More Indians Arrested In Suspected Cybercrime Case In Sri Lanka
Shabbir Shah terms Modi’s remarks regarding Kashmir as unrealistic
India’s gunpoint tactics in Kashmir will backfire
Pakistan launches ‘Operation Azm-e-Istehkam’ to eradicate terrorism
India has no right to object to Pak-China joint statement on Kashmir: FO
India tightens military grip on IIOJK, Hindutva groups push for ideological expansion
Years on, memories of Chotta Bazaar massacre still haunt Kashmiris
COAS Pak Army Gen AsimMunir meets China’s Xi Jinping during visit
Modi’s narrative faces defeat amid controversial Indian Sham-polls

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