'High court judge can't probe Kashmir custodial death'
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'High court judge can't probe Kashmir custodial death'

Srīnagar : India | Oct 02, 2011 at 10:00 PM PDT
Source: NewKerala
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The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has turned down the state government's request that a sitting judge of the court probe the custodial death of National Conference (NC) worker Sayeed Muhammad Yousuf, official sources said Monday...Kalifullah has told the state government that it is not within his... FULL ARTICLE AT NewKerala
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Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, pictured in Srinagar recently, has vowed action after a man died in custody
Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, pictured in Srinagar recently, has vowed action after a man died in custody
 
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