Thursday, May 23, 2024

Zenaira Bakhsh

“This isn’t justice”: After suffering paralysis, Muslim activist yet not been granted bail

Muslim activist and Campus Front of India leader Atikur Rahman has become “partially paralyzed” and is unable to recognize anyone due to medical negligence by the police authorities, claimed his wife, Sanjida Rahman, and his lawyer. 

Kashmiris denounce India’s plan to add 2.5 million new voters

The decision to allow voting rights to any Indian citizen living temporarily in Kashmir led to anger and fear amongst political parties and locals in the Valley as it is being seen as yet another attempt by the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) to change the demography of the Muslim-dominated region.
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“Killed for Muslim identity”: Weeks after custodial deaths of 4 men, case makes no progress

About two weeks after the mysterious deaths of four Muslim men in judicial custody at the Baruipur Central Correctional Home, South 24 Parganas district,...

Another Kashmiri journalist gets banned from travelling abroad

Days after barring Pulitzer-winning Kashmiri photojournalist Sanna Irshad Mattoo from travelling abroad, another Kashmiri journalist, Aakash Hassan was barred from boarding his flight to...
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Jailed human rights activist Khalid Saifi’s health deteriorating, wife seeks quick help

On Saturday evening, Nargis Saifi received a five-minute-long distressed call from her husband. With a trembling voice, Khalid Saifi informed her that his condition...

UAPA acquittal: Terror cases destroy lives of tribals

A special court in Chhattisgarh acquitted 121 tribals booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act by the state police in connection with the 2017...
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