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Kashmir’s regional political party on recent civilians killing, minority community and military presence in the valley

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3 mn read Kashmir has always been a matter of conflict and tension wherever the discussion opens. There is an unsettled situation, that is affecting lives of people inwardly and physically. Every year, several Indian security personnel dies while having an encounter with terrorists, and sometimes saving civilians from militants in the area. On 7 October two teachers were shot dead in Srinagar (City in Kashmir), and then a well-known pharmacist named Makhan Lal Bindroo was killed by militants, in evening at his shop. The responsibility behind both the killings of civilians is taken by a militant group The Resistance Front (TRF), which according to police is part of Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

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Why every time the strings of terror join with networks of Pakistan?

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4 mn read Festive season is here in India and National security is on high alert, without fail. The Delhi Police Special Cell has arrested six suspects from Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Delhi amid preparations of festivals around the country. According to the information given by Special Cell members in a press conference, all of them were about to target big cities and also that the terrorists were funded by underworld.

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Kill the Bill: The protests against the UK’s new policing Bill

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4 mn read The UK’s Bar Council, a body of barristers, warned the UK government on Tuesday that it risks “criminalising annoying speech” in the Policing Bill which is currently being pushed through Parliament. The Bar Council continued, saying that its proposals for “harassment in a public place” would make annoying speech a criminal offence.

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Colombians call for an end to police sexual violence against women amid massive protests

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4 mn read The Colombian government is under pressure to investigate allegations of police sexual violence and excessive use of force against demonstrators. Colombian prosecutors and the ombudsman’s office have confirmed 23 reports of sexual violence committed by ESMAD, or Mobile Anti-Disturbance Squadron — out of 106 reports of violence against women and people with diverse sexual orientation and gender identity. The United Nations and the European Union warned of the violent militarized response and urged calm. An EU spokesperson said, “We condemn the deaths of all the people who have been killed during those protests.”