Basharaat Masood The Indian Express Group
Monday 1 July '13Protests erupted in Kashmir after the Army allegedly shot dead two civilians in Bandipore district.
Tuesday 25 June '13Complete shutdown was observed in J-K to protest against PM's visit on call by separatists.
Tuesday5 March '13'Soldiers barged into the houses and broke doors and window panes of some houses.'
Monday18 February '13An MLA has accused Cong of 'murdering' Guru to pave way for Rahul Gandhi to become PM.
Tuesday12 February '13'We have been told by our bosses that nobody should die.'
Saturday9 February '13Protestors were critically wounded when police opened fire in Baramulla thus taking toll to 11.
Tuesday26 June '07IN the Kashmir's missing saga, this is the latest addition. When 24-year-old Maqsood Ahmad Bader went missing on May 10, his parents didn't rely solely on the police.
Tuesday19 June '07ON every celebration when the Khan's take to the dining table, there is a spare plate of food. But for last 12 years, nobody has used that food. The 70-year-old mother of the family, Sarwa Begum, serv...
Monday11 June '07AT FIRST, Arshad Muneer's family did not even know had he had disappeared on his way to Srinagar from his village in Kulgam. For them, Arshad was attending school in Srinagar.
Friday16 March '07Twelve years ago when Mohammad Iqbal Shah was preparing for his class 10th examination, the personnel of the Border Security Forces (BSF) barged into his house and arrested him infront of his family m...
Thursday15 March '07For the last 10 years, Tasleema Afzal has been seeking answer to one question - should she consider herself a widow?
Tuesday13 March '07It was no child’s play for 11-year-old Altaf to search every jail, security camp, interrogation center and police station in the Valley for his missing father.
Monday12 March '07A passport-size photograph is 65-year-old Mughli Begum’s most precious procession, besides Rs 30 which she never spends. The photo is that of her missing son Nazir Ahmad Teli. He had given her Rs 30 o...
Wednesday7 March '07Taja Begum used to pray for a grandson. Her son Mohammad Akbar Khan had been married for more than a decade but had no child. Fifteen years ago, her prayers changed. She wanted her Khan to return home...
Monday5 March '07For 15 years, they have been hoping their prayers will be answered. Their questions too. But one question haunts Ghulam Nabi Bhat’s mother, 70-year-old Sajida Begum, the most: “Is my son dead or alive...
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