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‘Hitler Had One Goebbels; Our Media Today Constitutes Hundreds’

outlookindia.com: The co-accused in Parliament attack case, who was acquitted by the Supreme Court, on why he is shocked by the Afzal hanging

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‘Hitler Had One Goebbels; Our Media Today Constitutes Hundreds’

outlookindia.com: The co-accused in Parliament attack case, who was acquitted by the Supreme Court, on why he is shocked by the Afzal hanging

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Given chance, majority in Kashmir will opt for azadi: NC leaders writes to Manmohan

kashmirreader.com: A sitting Member of Parliament (MP) from ruling National Conference has written a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, saying that if people of Kashmir are given a chance, “majority will opt for freedom from India.”
Ghulam Nabi Ratanpuri, the member of Rajya Sabha from south Kashmir, has written the letter to Singh expressing his disapproval at the hanging of Mohammad Afzal Guru.

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Given chance, majority in Kashmir will opt for azadi: NC leaders writes to Manmohan

kashmirreader.com: A sitting Member of Parliament (MP) from ruling National Conference has written a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, saying that if people of Kashmir are given a chance, “majority will opt for freedom from India.”
Ghulam Nabi Ratanpuri, the member of Rajya Sabha from south Kashmir, has written the letter to Singh expressing his disapproval at the hanging of Mohammad Afzal Guru.

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In last letter, Afzal thanked God for ‘stature’, says ‘Stood with truth’

indianexpress.com: In the 10-line letter he wrote to his wife ahead of his hanging in Tihar jail on February 9, Afzal Guru thanked God “that I was chosen for this stature” and urged his family that “instead of grieving, they should respect (this)”.

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In last letter, Afzal thanked God for ‘stature’, says ‘Stood with truth’

indianexpress.com: In the 10-line letter he wrote to his wife ahead of his hanging in Tihar jail on February 9, Afzal Guru thanked God “that I was chosen for this stature” and urged his family that “instead of grieving, they should respect (this)”.

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I’m not afraid of hanging: Afzal Guru

thesundayindian.com: In the petition for reprieve, generally referred to as mercy petition submitted before the President of India, prime Parliament attack accused Afzal Guru has likened the story of his life with the story of hundreds of Kashmiri youth, especially those still behind bars.

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I’m not afraid of hanging: Afzal Guru

thesundayindian.com: In the petition for reprieve, generally referred to as mercy petition submitted before the President of India, prime Parliament attack accused Afzal Guru has likened the story of his life with the story of hundreds of Kashmiri youth, especially those still behind bars.

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Video: The Story of Afzal Guru (Documentary)

This is the story of Afzal Guru narrated by the unbiased – unprejudiced – secular intellectuals of India. These video bytes from people who knew him well de-constructs the image of Afzal Guru… As the citizens of India we have

Video: The Story of Afzal Guru (Documentary)

This is the story of Afzal Guru narrated by the unbiased – unprejudiced – secular intellectuals of India. These video bytes from people who knew him well de-constructs the image of Afzal Guru… As the citizens of India we have

Democracy’s Noose: Did Afzal Guru’s hanging satisfy the collective conscience of the nation?

He had to die. Die, because a nation wanted him to, or so were we told by the Supreme Court of the nation. He had to die to satisfy the collective conscience of the nation, it has added for a good measure. So, he did die, nay, hanged till death. His body was left hanging for a full thirty minutes after the levers were pulled, we were told by a media that was less reporting on the incident and more speculating.

Democracy’s Noose: Did Afzal Guru’s hanging satisfy the collective conscience of the nation?

He had to die. Die, because a nation wanted him to, or so were we told by the Supreme Court of the nation. He had to die to satisfy the collective conscience of the nation, it has added for a good measure. So, he did die, nay, hanged till death. His body was left hanging for a full thirty minutes after the levers were pulled, we were told by a media that was less reporting on the incident and more speculating.

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A Town Comes To Mourn

outlookindia.com: Back home, Afzal’s family is inconsolable, and angry at his death being politicised

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A Town Comes To Mourn

outlookindia.com: Back home, Afzal’s family is inconsolable, and angry at his death being politicised

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I just want his body back: Guru’s wife

kashmirdispatch.com: Muhammad Afzal Guru’s widow, Tabassum, sat huddled in the dark on the floor of a large room Tuesday evening, closely surrounded by grieving female relatives in the home of her husband’s family.“I just want his body back. That’s all,” she said, blinking back tears as a relative held a candle to her face because the electricity had gone out in the town of Sopore in Baramulla district.

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I just want his body back: Guru’s wife

kashmirdispatch.com: Muhammad Afzal Guru’s widow, Tabassum, sat huddled in the dark on the floor of a large room Tuesday evening, closely surrounded by grieving female relatives in the home of her husband’s family.“I just want his body back. That’s all,” she said, blinking back tears as a relative held a candle to her face because the electricity had gone out in the town of Sopore in Baramulla district.

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Anger brewing up over Guru’s execution

kashmirdispatch.com: With anger brewing in the Valley over the execution of Mohammad Afzal Guru and demand for the return of his mortal remains galvanizing mainstream and separatists, experts believe that his execution is a huge setback for the fragile peace of the Kashmir and could further alienate the youth here.

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Anger brewing up over Guru’s execution

kashmirdispatch.com: With anger brewing in the Valley over the execution of Mohammad Afzal Guru and demand for the return of his mortal remains galvanizing mainstream and separatists, experts believe that his execution is a huge setback for the fragile peace of the Kashmir and could further alienate the youth here.