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Empower Azad Kashmir

05 August 2011 | Ershad Mahmud

The News, Islamabad – Friday : Like every government in Azad Kashmir, the new administration in Muzaffarabad led by Chaudhry Abdul Majeed of the Pakistan People’s Party, will have to deal with demands in the territory that the federal government redefine the relationship between Islamabad and Muzaffarabad.

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India asked to repeal forces special powers act in IHK

Chinars’ Old Leaves are Falling Islamabad

Participants of a Civil Society Dialogue titled “Chinars’ Old Leaves are Falling – Fresh Saplings in the 1st Citizens’ Dialogue on Kashmir ” have condemned the recent civilian killings in Kashmir.

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Pak Civil Society Condemns Kashmir Killings

Pak civil society condemns Kashmir killings (Rising Kashmir News ISLAMABAD) Participants of a civil society dialogue held in Islamabad on Sunday condemned the recent civilian killings in Kashmir. The participants reminded Government of India its obligation to protect the right to life in accordance with international law.

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PaK Civil Society Condemns Killings in Kashmir

Demands probe, revocation of AFSPA G U KYANI ISLAMABAD

The Civil Society in Pakistan has condemned the recent civilian killings in the Kashmir and impressed upon the Government of India to fulfill its obligation to protect the right to life in accordance with international law.

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Trading for Peace Across Kashmir’s Line of Control

10 February 2011: Muzaffarabad

Conciliation Resources, a London-based peacebuilding organisation (1), presented ‘Jammu and Kashmir: Trade Across the Line of Control’, at the University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Muzaffarabad.

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New cycle of agitation in Kashmir

03 October 2010 |By Ershad Mahmud

SCORES of people have been killed in the Kashmir Valley in pitched street battles between angry protestors and Indian security forces during the last three months. It is said that each death creates new protestors who fearlessly battle with police and paramilitary forces.

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