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Re: Re: to RAj

(dr fayyaz ganaie, 2010-09-02 17:58)

AR has answerd you quite well!and my dear brother...peace is imperative for development.the hartals,violence,curfews and other factors as talked of by AR are the only reasons!!370 has nothing to do with this..!

Re: Re: to RAj

(Rehan to Raj, 2010-09-03 20:42)

Raj i am also working as software engineer in MNC ..No MNC buys its own property except in tier one cities ..it hardly matters for them whether building is on lease or they have bought...In modern IT revolution Human brain and computers systems are importanork no matter whether they are in rented building or some bought up property..Nowadays in IT there is work from home policy even u dont need to come to office lead me to think "Work place a virtual reality"...ur argument brother is invalid hoeever i do agree peace is important for private secor to Floursih.

Re: to RAj

(Rehan to fayaz, 2010-09-04 21:23)

You are right peace is important for private sector to Flourish.


(Bikram, 2010-09-04 15:09)

hello Majid
yes you are very right. AFSPA is oudated and one of the main reson behind the agitation of kashmiri people.... immediate changes are require in this act.....GOI should think and involve every stakeholder in the dialouge process. all stakeholders must strive to achieve pragmatic solution for the well being of J&K sply kashmir. More autonomy and freedom for jammu and kasmir is the immediate requirement otherwise every kashmiri will join the protest and demand Secession from india.
consequences of secession would be more dangerous for the kashmir and india.


(dr fayyaz ganaie, 2010-09-04 17:24)

Fake encounters,
disappearances, imprisonment without charges and killings with impunity
of unarmed civilians voicing dissent and exercising their democratic
rights have marked the lives of Kashmiris. Such utter violations of the
...human and constitutional rights of Kashmiris has been made possible by
the imposition of draconian laws like the Armed Forces Special Powers
Act (AFSPA) and the Public Safety Act (PSA) on the Kashmir Valley.
need of the hour is that Delhi rethinks seriously abouts its policies regarding kashmir.and chalk out a way which builds trust between new delhi and srinagar.then a dialouge can be initiated.between,several political outfits who are proving out to be stumbling block in the resolution of conflict can strategically be sidelined.


(dr majid, 2010-09-04 02:47)

Armed force sp pow act was introduced in kash to tackle militancy in kashmir ie bullet againest bullet but not bullet againest stone..armed forces have misused the act and are ruthlesly killing the unarmed kashmiris at present..india is bound to rethink and change its policy in kashmir...human rights voilation is at its peak in kashmir bcz of such draconian laws ..it must b repealed so that kashmiris wil take a little sigh...


(sameer, 2010-09-04 02:18)

when the hell are the results coming......
does any one has a confirmed dates.....
KSC administrators...plz pata karo yaar


(imran, 2010-09-03 16:43)

any news of result secretary once told to shearbeen it is coming early in the sept.


(ADFAR, 2010-09-03 16:06)

Dear bro
Freedom in the sence we want self determination,we want freedom from innocent killings,we want freedom from fake encounters,we want freedom from cruelty by army,we want kashmaries pandits who are our brothers back to kashmir,we want freedom from exploytation when all states enjoy SMS & 3G services we have been kept out of it.we want freedom from indian politics not from indian people

need for freedom

(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:13)

Kashmiris are not allowed to protest, denied freedom of assembly, even as they are under occupation by a democracy. When they shout ‘enough’, they are shot by ‘security’ forces. The Indian state announces that it will create jobs, sends in more troops, announces a billion rupee propaganda fund, places political leaders under house arrests, mulls over ‘non-lethal ways of crowd control’ and intelligence gathering in local languages. It does everything that confirms it as an occupying force – it will spend money, it will send moles, but it will not recognise the basic reason why people are fed-up to the extent of throwing stones: their need for freedom.

to mr. koshhur

(rajj, 2010-09-03 15:19)

will kashmir survive after freedom???? will kashmir protect itself frm the evil cluthes of pak and china ater freedom???


(ADFAR, 2010-09-03 11:57)

Yes, AFSPA Is DRACONION law.any law which is aganist people is draconion /black law.At present it was introduced because was in peak but today miltancy is 99% declined thus there is not need of AFSPA in j&k.thus it should be diluted with out any delay.moreever many fake encounters are done by taking sheild of AFSPA.


(RAJ, 2010-09-03 07:18)



(AR, 2010-09-03 09:52)

Yes, any law which is totalitarian in character, in todays world is Draconian. But the things doesn't ends only here. There is nothing just black & white.

AFSPA is a necessary evil, It is a small problem which is required to enforce law & order especially in places wher there is armaed revolt for succession, but when the problem of armed revolt subsides, AFSPA itself becomes a problem. We can't have a law which was enacted in 1989 when there were external militants openly walking on the streets killing people & in present condition, when the problem of armed revolt has subsided. Its only the matter of time when the Central govt. has to NoT REMOVE but CERTAINLY AMEND the AFSPA to make it more people friendly

‘Go India Go’

(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:11)

Instead of recognising this gut-wrenching, existential cry of the Kashmiri people, the Indian state sends in more guns, more troops, more rolls of barbed wire, more bribes, more bullets. When this does not work and the Kashmiris scream ‘Go India Go’, they send in a battery of words – Development, Employment, Infrastructure, Laws, Training, Security, Curfew. The big words fall flat and disappear without trace between the folds of the pheran, in the wrinkles on the face, on the marks on the graves, and in the flow of Kashmiri blood.


(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:09)

There are currently existing draconian laws, such as the Armed Forces (Jammu & Kashmir) Special Powers Act (AFSPA) which was applied in Kashmir in 1990. This act gives the armed forces carte blanche powers to search, arrest, and shoot people with immunity (something that the army often does with impunity in the ‘disturbed’ areas). The people living in Kashmir for the last two decades have only seen the inhuman face of an occupying force which degrades and kills people if they dare to raise their voice, which rapes women, kills young boys, kills beggars in fake encounters. Under such circumstances, it is the paramount duty of mainstream Indians to stand up and be counted, to convey the message to the Indian government that such atrocities cannot and should not be committed in their name.

INDIA !!!!!

(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:08)

India is demographically a Hindu majority state, and for all its talk of ‘unity in diversity’, it is intolerant towards its minorities. That discrimination and intolerance flourishes in Pakistan or China or the West is no justification for ignoring this fact in India. For instance, there is a violent ongoing repression of the tribals, there is recurrent and extreme state brutality in Kashmir, there have been orchestrated pogroms against the Muslims (Gujarat 2002), violence against the Sikhs (Delhi 1984), the Christians (Orissa 2007-08), add to which, there is a constant ongoing broad-ranging discrimination against people in terms of their religion, caste, class, gender, sexuality. Of course, India is democratic, secular, and peaceful, except when it needs to suppress those that don’t look like mainstream Indians (the Hindus) - these ‘others’ include its tribal and indigenous people, ‘lower’ castes, its minorities, its ‘north eastern’ peoples (ethnically different, they are derisively referred to as ‘Chinks’, often confused for Chinese in the main metropolises, and seen as different and separate), and Muslims. The people who fit India’s self-narrative best are affluent Hindus.

Kashmir is an ‘integral’ part!!!!!!!!

(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:05)

The average Indian insists that Kashmir is an indisputable part of India to be held by force when necessary in the same way that the Indian state insists that Kashmir is an ‘integral’ part of India while occupying it by military means. Indians and the Indian state find it necessary to repeatedly state this because they... know that Kashmir is not actually an indisputable part of India and this galls them.

We are Kashmiris.

(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:05)

The demand of the Kashmiri people is ‘Azaadi’. Freedom. Freedom to be themselves, to choose their national destiny. We are not Indians. We are Kashmiris. We have a history, a language, a culture that demands recognition

Kashmir is not India.

(KOSHHUR MUSSALMAN, 2010-09-02 19:04)

Cartography might lie, but topography and cultural geography does not. Kashmir is not India. Kashmir is not Pakistan. Kashmir is not China. Kashmir is the boundary zone of India-China-Pakistan. But it is distinctively Kashmir. And its people – whatever their religion or national identity – are Kashmiris.

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