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Fact-Finding Report on J & K to be released tomorrow

Sabrangindia 13 Aug 2019
 
A solidarity team consisting of Jean Dreze (economist), Kavita Krishnan (AIPWA), Maimoona Mollah (AIDWA) and Vimalbhai (NAPM) just returned from extensive travels in Kashmir. The situation on the ground, they found, is completely different from what has been reported in the Indian media so far.The team will release a report along with photo and video documentation at a press conference tomorrow (14 August) at the Press Club, New Delhi, starting at 12 pm. Copies of the report will also be released.

Curfew lifted in Jammu, normal life resumes
Image Courtesy: PTI

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Fact-Finding Report on J & K to be released tomorrow

 
A solidarity team consisting of Jean Dreze (economist), Kavita Krishnan (AIPWA), Maimoona Mollah (AIDWA) and Vimalbhai (NAPM) just returned from extensive travels in Kashmir. The situation on the ground, they found, is completely different from what has been reported in the Indian media so far.The team will release a report along with photo and video documentation at a press conference tomorrow (14 August) at the Press Club, New Delhi, starting at 12 pm. Copies of the report will also be released.

Curfew lifted in Jammu, normal life resumes
Image Courtesy: PTI

Related Articles:
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2.Why do we protest? Mumbai citizens speak on the lockdown in Kashmir, Article 370
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