A three-member International Crimes Tribunal convicted the defendants on charges of committing murders and engaging in looting, kidnapping and arson in the southwestern city of Khulna.
Until his last breath, he refused to compromise on the 72-year-old UN-sanctioned plebiscite, which was never held in Kashmir. And for that, he spent the last decade under house arrest.
Muslims in several parts of India turn mosques and Islamic schools into Covid-19 care facilities to aid patients as the country's healthcare system is overwhelmed with rising cases.
Student unions were banned in the country in the 1980s but now Imran Khan's government is at a crossroads between lifting the curbs or facing fresh opposition in the form of campus activism.
Officials say mortars fired by Indian troops into Pakistan-administered Kashmir targeted civilians and damaged nearly a dozen homes. Meanwhile, Pakistanis in capital Islamabad rally in support of the people of Kashmir.
Kashmir is one of the most militarised regions in the world. As it holds elections in three phases to avoid potential clashes, some soldier-guarded polling stations are recording as few as 25 people turning up to vote.
At least 86 percent of eligible voters in the Kashmir valley abstained from voting, although in the southern Jammu belt, where Muslims and a sizeable Hindu population doesn't shy away from casting votes, a 70 percent turnout was recorded.
Court finds fugitives 'guilty of serial abuses' during the country's 1971 war of independence. Critics say the so-called International Crimes Tribunal, which has no international oversight, is politically motivated and used to target the opposition.
The ruling BJP has given a free hand to the police and army in disputed Kashmir and locals say the latest custodial death of a young teacher is one of the tragic results of that muscular policy.
Another man has been killed in police custody in Kashmir, this time a school teacher. Where do Kashmiris go for justice?
The highly militarised region has seen a spike in confrontation between locals and Indian forces, which are accused of human rights violations.
Indian police detain more than 100 Kashmiri activists and pro-independence leaders in raids amid tensions with Pakistan, and ahead of court ruling over Kashmir's special status with India that could stoke further violence in disputed region.
Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world.
Copyright © 2022 TRT World.