Five more civilians have died in firing by security forces in Srinagar. The CRPF says it had no option when 700-strong mob attacked them and some of the troops were "literally lynched". Far away in Bangalore, Amnesty International India has been booked for sedition for organising a seminar on J&K in which pro-azaadi slogans were raised. On The Buck Stops Here from Srinagar, we look at the Kashmir sedition debate. Do slogans really matter when lives are being lost? On both sides of the trenches - among security forces and among protesters - the relentless cycle of violence is claiming lives every day. How are we going to resolve the Kashmir crisis if what we are busy expending our energy on are slogans?