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Ahmer Khan Sep 13
Fourty Days of lockdown. 4000 people arrested: Reuters. 3900 Cr loss to the Kashmir economy: Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industries (KCCI).
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Paula Slier Sep 13
: There is a palpable feeling of excitement as we await ’s arrival...
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Ashok Swain Sep 13
40 Days of - No internet, no cell phone, mid-night raids, torture, tear gas, rubber bullets, pellet guns & mass detention!
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Sayed Z Bukhari Sep 13
Headed to NY & looking fwd to meeting our extremely dynamic & oldest US based diaspora. The agenda leading upto GA session is only & to make the global powers realise this seige needs to end. & !
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Shaan Shahid Sep 12
my support for pm imran khans on Friday , Thankyou for the invite but I would not be joining as I am fighting the same battle on a different front
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Avani Rai Sep 13
Day 40 in the most militarised land on earth.
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Omar Ghraieb🇵🇸 Sep 12
good morning. I see you, I feel you & I wish we can do more for Kashmiris. Please raise your voice for Kashmir and show your support.
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Wajid 🎊🎉🎊 HBD Misho 🎉🎊 Sep 12
The world can't ignore . We are all in danger.
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AQUIB MIR. 🇮🇳 Sep 13
was, is and will be an inseparable part of India: Mehmood Madni
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PTI Sep 13
“Hope for the best, but people must prepare for the worst & in this case, the worst is unimaginable; two nuclear powers going into a conflict!” warns PM Khan. About time US must put its weight behind & so should Russia, China & European countries to resolve issue.
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Burhan Sep 12
Our curfewed skies will be free. We shall be free.
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Sagarika Ghose Sep 13
As the world's largest democracy we are damaging our own case by the prolonged lockdown and giving Pakistan an opportunity to keep upping the ante.
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Rep. Ted Lieu Sep 13
It's now been more than a month since the Indian govt shut off communications to, from, & within . Joined colleagues in urging U.S. officials in India & Pakistan to leverage U.S. relationships with Indian & Pakistani govts to deescalate the crisis.
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Paula Slier Sep 13
: This is a family who have been separated from their loved ones. They have been unable to get hold of their relatives in Kashmir-controlled for 40 days.
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Ashok Swain 11h
The worse part of Modi's adventurism has been that for the first time India is being projected in the influential international media as autocratic, ruthless, insensitive and undemocratic.
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Aviator Anil Chopra Sep 13
Massive Anti protests in occupied . Pak Authorities shut internet service! 1000s of people shouting Zindabad and want to be united with . They want to be represented in Indian Parliament. Action time India
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Shiraz Hassan Sep 13
Why are they using state machinery?
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PTI Sep 13
Prime Minister Imran Khan said Pakistan will go to any extent to support Kashmiri People, Khan urged World to take notice of Human Rights Violations in Kashmir. Prime Minister Imran Khan Says responsibility lies with International Community.
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Shah Nawaz Bugti 7h
The girl who was shot multiple time on face by Pakistan army backed taliban in has forgot all what is still happening back in her home but here she is really worried about . BTW do you know your ‘Pak Army’ raped a young girl in Balochistan just a few days ago?
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Paula Slier 16h
: Regardless of whose side you are on, it cannot be ignored that real people — mothers, fathers, children — are being affected by the situation in Kashmir. It is a human issue. PM says he’ll continue to raise the issue of Kashmir at the
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