Geneva, June 08 (KMS): The United Nations has ended its long silence on Kashmir and has increased pressure on India in recent months, diplomats and human rights activists say.
Kashmir Media Service quoting media reports said that India was criticized at the opening of the 35th session of UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday. This happened for the third consecutive session of the Council, and diplomats and human rights defenders say this is unprecedented, they said, adding: ‘The coming days indicate New Delhi could face more international diplomatic challenges on Kashmir.’ »

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Book on Kashmir freedom struggle released in Srinagar

Srinagar, May 23 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the present happenings in Kashmir especially the people’s uprising are a continuation of incidents that have occurred way back in 1930s and even prior to that, eminent speakers said at a book release function in Srinagar.

The book ‘Khwaab, Azzab aur Sarab’, a collection of essays on Kashmir freedom struggle, is authored by late Pir Muhammad Afzal Mukhdoomi. It has been published by Meezan Publishers and was released at a function organized by Greater Kashmir Foundation at Nigeen Club in Srinagar, yesterday. »

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Oslo, May 19 (KMS): The Kashmiri Scandinavian Council (KSC), a Norway-based lobby group of Kashmiris, has said that the Norwegian Parliament will hold a debate on the Kashmir dispute on May 23 where Foreign Minister, Børge Brende, is confirmed to make a policy statement in the parliament.

The KSC in a statement issued in Oslo said that an earlier debate was held in 2010 and again in September 2012 when the Norwegian Parliament raised the issue of existence of unidentified mass graves in occupied Kashmir. »

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