Pellet Guns In Kashmir


'Pellet Guns In Kashmir' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: The Supreme Court Has Got It All Wrong On Kashmir

    Opinion: The Supreme Court Has Got It All Wrong On Kashmir

    I do not know what prompted the Bar Association of J&K to approach the Supreme Court for a ban on the use of pellet guns in Kashmir. I am not even privy to the arguments it put fourth for imposing such a ban. But if the plea of the Association came as a surprise, the observations of the court have left me completely baffled.

  • To Minimise Damage By Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Comes This Modification

    To Minimise Damage By Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Comes This Modification

    The controversial pellet gun is going in for a modification to minimise its lethal effects. The shot gun has caused serious injuries, including blinding hundreds of people during the months-long unrest in Kashmir last year. The Central Reserve Police Force or CRPF has now come up with a deflector that will be fit on the muzzle of the gun so that th...

  • Modified Pellet Guns To Be Used In Jammu And Kashmir

    Modified Pellet Guns To Be Used In Jammu And Kashmir

    With pellet guns leaving hundreds of protesters in Jammu and Kashmir with severe eye injuries, a modified version of the weapon will now be used to ward off any protest ahead or during any anti-terrorism operations. CRPF Director General K Durga Prasad, who is retiring tomorrow, said the paramilitary force had taken the decision of modifying the pe...

  • Apply Mind Before Using Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Says Supreme Court

    Apply Mind Before Using Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Says Supreme Court

    Pellet guns cannot be used "indiscriminately" to control street protests in Kashmir, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday. The authorities, the court said, can take a decision to use them only after "proper application of mind".

  • Jammu And Kashmir High Court Refuses To Ban Pellet Guns

    Jammu And Kashmir High Court Refuses To Ban Pellet Guns

    Rejecting a plea seeking ban on use of pellet guns in controlling street protests, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has cited the ground situation and observed that as long as there is violence by unruly mobs, use of force is inevitable.

  • Former Home Secretary GK Pillai Defends Use Of Pellet Guns In Kashmir

    Former Home Secretary GK Pillai Defends Use Of Pellet Guns In Kashmir

    On a day Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said pellet guns -- responsible for the deaths and injuries in Kashmir valley -- will soon be replaced, former Union Home Secretary GK Pillai, who handled the 2010 agitation, said the decision to use pellet guns has been vindicated.

  • Kashmir Crisis: 'Alternative To Pellet Guns Soon,' Says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

    Kashmir Crisis: 'Alternative To Pellet Guns Soon,' Says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

    As part of the government's latest outreach in Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that an alternative to pellet guns - used by security personnel for crowd control - will be proposed within a few days. Attacked with stones by protesters, security forces have retaliated with pellet guns leaving hundreds injured in near-daily clashes in ...

  • Opinion: This Is Insha, 14, Blinded By A Pellet Gun In Kashmir

    Opinion: This Is Insha, 14, Blinded By A Pellet Gun In Kashmir

    She is no terrorist, she is the price Kashmir is paying for broken promises, for opportunist alliances, for the nature of the Indian State which believes that the force of a bullet or a lathi or a security camp can answer the political questions raised by history.

  • Use Of Pellet Guns Will Further Alienate People In Kashmir, Says Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Use Of Pellet Guns Will Further Alienate People In Kashmir, Says Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Expressing sadness over the statement of CRPF chief that the force has no option but to use pellet guns in Kashmir, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today said it will further alienate the people of the state, especially youth.

  • Avoid Using Pellet Guns, Rajnath Singh Tells Security Forces In Kashmir

    Avoid Using Pellet Guns, Rajnath Singh Tells Security Forces In Kashmir

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today appealed to security forces to refrain from using pellet guns in Kashmir where unrest sparked by the killing of 22-year-old terrorist Burhan Wani earlier this month has left around 3,000 people injured and at least 47 dead.

'Pellet Guns In Kashmir' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Pellet Guns In Kashmir' - 10 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: The Supreme Court Has Got It All Wrong On Kashmir

    Opinion: The Supreme Court Has Got It All Wrong On Kashmir

    I do not know what prompted the Bar Association of J&K to approach the Supreme Court for a ban on the use of pellet guns in Kashmir. I am not even privy to the arguments it put fourth for imposing such a ban. But if the plea of the Association came as a surprise, the observations of the court have left me completely baffled.

  • To Minimise Damage By Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Comes This Modification

    To Minimise Damage By Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Comes This Modification

    The controversial pellet gun is going in for a modification to minimise its lethal effects. The shot gun has caused serious injuries, including blinding hundreds of people during the months-long unrest in Kashmir last year. The Central Reserve Police Force or CRPF has now come up with a deflector that will be fit on the muzzle of the gun so that th...

  • Modified Pellet Guns To Be Used In Jammu And Kashmir

    Modified Pellet Guns To Be Used In Jammu And Kashmir

    With pellet guns leaving hundreds of protesters in Jammu and Kashmir with severe eye injuries, a modified version of the weapon will now be used to ward off any protest ahead or during any anti-terrorism operations. CRPF Director General K Durga Prasad, who is retiring tomorrow, said the paramilitary force had taken the decision of modifying the pe...

  • Apply Mind Before Using Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Says Supreme Court

    Apply Mind Before Using Pellet Guns In Kashmir, Says Supreme Court

    Pellet guns cannot be used "indiscriminately" to control street protests in Kashmir, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday. The authorities, the court said, can take a decision to use them only after "proper application of mind".

  • Jammu And Kashmir High Court Refuses To Ban Pellet Guns

    Jammu And Kashmir High Court Refuses To Ban Pellet Guns

    Rejecting a plea seeking ban on use of pellet guns in controlling street protests, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has cited the ground situation and observed that as long as there is violence by unruly mobs, use of force is inevitable.

  • Former Home Secretary GK Pillai Defends Use Of Pellet Guns In Kashmir

    Former Home Secretary GK Pillai Defends Use Of Pellet Guns In Kashmir

    On a day Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said pellet guns -- responsible for the deaths and injuries in Kashmir valley -- will soon be replaced, former Union Home Secretary GK Pillai, who handled the 2010 agitation, said the decision to use pellet guns has been vindicated.

  • Kashmir Crisis: 'Alternative To Pellet Guns Soon,' Says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

    Kashmir Crisis: 'Alternative To Pellet Guns Soon,' Says Home Minister Rajnath Singh

    As part of the government's latest outreach in Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that an alternative to pellet guns - used by security personnel for crowd control - will be proposed within a few days. Attacked with stones by protesters, security forces have retaliated with pellet guns leaving hundreds injured in near-daily clashes in ...

  • Opinion: This Is Insha, 14, Blinded By A Pellet Gun In Kashmir

    Opinion: This Is Insha, 14, Blinded By A Pellet Gun In Kashmir

    She is no terrorist, she is the price Kashmir is paying for broken promises, for opportunist alliances, for the nature of the Indian State which believes that the force of a bullet or a lathi or a security camp can answer the political questions raised by history.

  • Use Of Pellet Guns Will Further Alienate People In Kashmir, Says Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Use Of Pellet Guns Will Further Alienate People In Kashmir, Says Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Expressing sadness over the statement of CRPF chief that the force has no option but to use pellet guns in Kashmir, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today said it will further alienate the people of the state, especially youth.

  • Avoid Using Pellet Guns, Rajnath Singh Tells Security Forces In Kashmir

    Avoid Using Pellet Guns, Rajnath Singh Tells Security Forces In Kashmir

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today appealed to security forces to refrain from using pellet guns in Kashmir where unrest sparked by the killing of 22-year-old terrorist Burhan Wani earlier this month has left around 3,000 people injured and at least 47 dead.

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