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Month by month, Kashmir’s missing persons lay claim to 2016

Month by month, Kashmir’s missing persons lay claim to 2016

On January 20, 1990, 28-year-old autorickshaw driver Abdul Hamid Badhiyari was allegedly picked up by Indian Army personnel from Srinagar. His family — wife and two children — haven’t heard of him since. Mohammad Latif Khan, a 36-year-old potter in Chandanwari village...
International Human Rights Day is observed around the globe.

International Human Rights Day is observed around the globe.

International Human Rights Day is observed around the globe today on December 10. On this occasion, the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) pays tribute to thousands of the disappeared of Jammu and Kashmir. Around 8,000 to 10,000 cases of enforced...
Release of Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons

Release of Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons

Historically, sexual violence is used as a weapon of war. In Kashmir too sexual violence and its fear is put to use to achieve military objectives. The law and legal machinery is employed as an efficient tool to perpetrate brutality without any accountability and with...
APDP Chairman Parveena Ahanger  to speak at London University

APDP Chairman Parveena Ahanger to speak at London University

Association of Parents of Disappearance Persons (APDP) Chairman Parveena Ahanger is travelling to United Kingdom. She will be delivering on issues of enforced disappearance in Kashmir at University of Westminster, university of Warwick, Birmingham Drum Art Centre,...