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Mumbai, India: A Kashmiri youth has been found dead in Mumbai, India, after his disappearance since July 6. Parvaiz Ahmad Teli, in his late 20s, was from Old City area of Indian-controlled Kashmir’s summer capital, Srinagar. As the news of his death spread in his hometown, protests started in the locality (Nawab Bazar). People in the area started protests, erecting barricades to stop the traffic movement; raising anti-India, anti-Mumbai police and pro-freedom slogans. On Saturday, Hurriyat Conference’s Chairman, Syed Ali Geelani  said that Kashmiris do not feel safe in any corner of India and police, intelligence agencies and communal forces are

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Rajasthan, India: Naveed Atiq had recently completed his degree in Hospitality and Hotel Management (H&GA) from Institute of Hotel Management Srinagar. Naveed a hardworking and brilliant student got his placement in a Seven Star Hotel Oberoi, Udipur (Rajasthan) and joined his job on 13th of previous month. Naveed on July 10 (Wednesday) along with his associates went to Badi Lake, 22 kms from Udipur for picnic. While swimming in the lake, Naveed drowned and despite efforts by his colleagues and others could not be saved. Thus he remained in his job only 27 days. Authorities of Oberoi Hotel Management and the

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By News Desk | Photographs by Shahid Tanray Amid stringent restrictions in Pulwama, complete shutdown was observed across Kashmir while private vehicles including Sumos and Mini buses were seen plying in and around city areas. The shut down call had been given by the Mutahida Majlis e Mashavrat in protest against the death of a Kashmiri student in Hyderabad. Incidents of protests and stone pelting were reported from across length and breadth of valley with police and paramilitary forces resorting to tear gas shelling and lathi charge to disperse angry crowds. According to a police spokesman some minor incidents of

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It was a last stark reminder of the fact that in India wherever a Kashmiri is he is a ‘suspicious’ person. It shows that we will be discriminated and targeted till the day the Indians (troops) are on our soil or we are on theirs. You know at every step in Kashmir we are beleaguered, how we are stopped on any pretext. They have fun and we suffer, suffer the fact of being in the shackles of tyranny and slavery. I remember the day when I had to board a flight to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on April 25, 2011. I

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The avenues of education in Kashmir have always been limited but aspirants many. Prior to the conflict in Kashmir, very small number of students would venture out for higher education owing to lack of exposure about such opportunities or financial constraints. The world beyond the Banihal tunnel had not opened up for many Kashmiri’s yet. As the conflict set in Kashmir and opportunities further squeezed, many youngsters moved to mainland India to seek education and avenues. In many cases parents sent their children off to India not only to be educated but also to keep them away from the ‘morgue’