In video recorded interviews, the victims allege that the Indian army subjected them to immense physical pain and psychological pressure.
This report from inside Kashmir details how protests in Kashmir are being violently suppressed as India's military siege enters its sixth day and people suffer without basic freedoms.
The rampant use of pellet guns has destroyed the lives of several thousand people, but New Delhi still considers it a 'non-lethal' weapon. Here's a view from the hospital where the newest victim, a toddler, was treated.
The youth blinded by Indian troops quelling separatist protests in Kashmir are facing isolation. Once on the frontlines, some are now painfully aware their only lifeline might be the odd job allotted by the same government they sought to overthrow.
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