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A policeman was injured critically when an unidentified gunmen shot him near the Deputy Commissioner office of Anantnaag district in South Kashmir, police said. SP Anantnag Zubair Ahmad told The Kashmir Walla that the cop was identified as Fayaz Ahmad bearing belt number 638-A was hit by a bullet in his head and was taken to district hospital for the immidate treatment where from he was referred to Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Science (SKIMS) for the further treatment.

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Jammu and Kashmir police has registered cases against more than 9,000 persons, particularly the youth that has been participating in anti-India and pro-freedom activities since 2009 to 2013. Police data maintains that from January 2009 till December 2013, the police registered around 1,800 cases against more than 9,000 persons for taking part in various demonstrations held across the Kashmir Valley. The data reveals that in Srinagar district, 740 cases were registered against 3,175 persons, followed by Pulwama with 127 cases against 1,176 persons, Islamabad with 191 cases against 940 persons, Baramulla with 256 cases against 867 persons and Bandipora with

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Clashes broke out between the government forces and angry protesters in Kral Pora area of Budgam district when local residents came out on streets and demanded removal of a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp from the area. Angry protesters started throwing stones at the government forces after Friday prayers. Police swung into action and resorted to lathi charge and teargas shelling to disperse the protesters. Locals alleged that a CRPF person came knocking at the door of a house, last night. “Then people raised alarm and he ran away. He was a CRPF man from nearby camp,” a local

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A policeman defacing the graffiti by painting it. Photograph by Shahid Tantray By Mudasir Yaqoob | Srinagar Asking the Jammu and Kashmir police to get ready, graffiti on shop shutters at city center Lal Chowk and other places appeared this morning. The graffiti are believed to have been drawn during the intervening night of March 14 and 15. However, authorities are clueless as to who could be behind the activity. Graffiti reading ‘JKP we r [are] coming’ could be seen on shop shutters and the policemen were immediately put on duty to deface the graffiti. Though senior police officers refused

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By Neyaz Ellahi  The distributors and hawkers in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district Thursday accused police for not allowing them to distribute newspapers during wee hours. “A police party visited my shop during wee hours and didn’t allow me to open up the bundles of newspapers. They directed me not to distribute newspapers in the district,” said Hilal Ahmed, a distributor. He said that during wee hours he collected newspapers from Hyderpora but the policemen from Humhama police station didn’t allow him to proceed with newspapers to the district. “Somehow, I managed to convince them and they let me go along

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Danish Farooq, handcuffed, taken to court on December 1, 2012. By Shahid Tantray, Photojournalist | Srinagar, Kashmir A local court in Srinagar, Kashmir, today, extended the remand of Danish Farooq Wani, a minor of 16-years-old, after he was re-arrested by the Jammu and Kashmir police of Kralkhud Police Station, on November 26, allegedly for being a stone thrower. Danish was taken handcuffed to the court and was presented before the second Munsif, by the police, where his police remand was extended December 9, 2012. The hearing for his bail will be heard on December 3. He was earlier arrested on

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By Shahid Tantray Sixteen year old, Danish, was arrested on November 19, 2012, by the Jammu and Kashmir police on charges of stone throwing.  A district court had issued remand term for two days. On November 26, he was produced in the court and got bail from district sessions court. Immediately after his release, the police arrested him again in another case filed at Kral Khud police station and was taken away. While crying, minor Danish alleged that he was beaten up by the cops and was forced to accept the charges leveled on him. He also complained of being

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The Jammu and Kashmir police beating up Shahid Tantray, photojournalist, while he was covering stone throwing in Srinagar on November 25, 2011. Shahid was detained also. By Shahid Tantray [I] have been thinking about writing this for a while now. Yes, it’s not from any huge disasters but among one of my harsh experiences. Experiences in Kashmir where I report from. Yes! Kashmir. I am a photojournalist from Indian administered Kashmir, but before anyone starts to think what’s a big deal to work as a photojournalist in Indian administered Kashmir as many photojournalists have even worked in Gaza, Syria, Afghanistan,

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Continuing the arrest of minors in Kashmir valley, the Jammu and Kashmir police today, again, produced a minor boy, Manzoor Ahmad Sheikh, 16, handcuffed in a local court in Srinagar. He along with three more minors and five adults was arrested allegedly for stone throwing and was today chained with handcuffs while taken to the court. The rest 8 people had got bail but Sheikh hadn’t. The court today granted him bail. The charges against him and others were “war against nation, arson, and unlawful activities” during the protests which started against the anti-Islam video “The Innocence of Muslims”. He was in

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Once again the Jammu and Kashmir police have attacked the press in Kashmir. A journalist, Azhar Qadri, working with The Kashmir Tribune, part of the Indian national newspaper, Tribune, was beaten to pulp and later detained by the police. He was covering a protest by paramedic students outside the Old Secretariat in Srinagar Kashmir. This is not first time that the police have beaten up a journalist or detained while on work. A news website quoted a journalist who was accompanying Qadri that they started taking quotes from the girls who were protesting and the two bodyguards of a top

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