Brutal killings of innocent lives in India have caused stir beyond the nation's geography. Udaipur and Amravati murders gathered Hindus on Australian streets. Australian Hindu Association (AHA) and other prominent Australian Hindu organisations such as the Hindu Council of Australia, Kashmiri Pandits Australia, and GHARS (Global Hindu Association for Reform and Sustainable Societies) took out a protest in Melbournes Federation Square on July 3. They stood in support of the families of the two Hindu victims who were murdered over alleged social media posts. Tailor Kanhaiya Lal Sahu and pharmacist Umesh Kolhe were hacked to death for supporting Nupur Sharma.The association also showed their discontentment over other targeted killings occurred over the last two months.Posters showing names and photos of other Hindu and Sikh victims of terror were displayed throughout the event. They included Kashmiri Pandit youth Rahul Bhatt shot dead by Islamic extremists and Kishan Bharvad who was killed over a social media post and Kamlesh Tiwari who was killed by Islamists at his house in Lucknow. Hindu Australians stood in solidarity requesting Indian authorities to bring justice. They offered flowers and paid tribute to the deceased Bharti Kundal, General Secretary of AHA announced A$1,500 (Rs 81,000) to assist Kanhaiya Lal's family. The aid was made on behalf of AHA Humanitarian Fund.
Entertainment The film, to be released in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada, is written and directed by Gautham Ramachandran. TNM Staff Sai Pallavis multilingual courtroom drama Gargi will release in cinema halls on July 15. The film is written and directed by Gautham Ramachandran and also features actor Kaali Venkat. Sai Pallavi shared the release date of the film on her social media page. #Gargi will be Yours from the 15th of July! the actor tweeted late Saturday night. Produced by Ravichandran Ramachandran, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Thomas George and Gautham Ramachandran, the film will be released in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. Actor Aishwarya Lekshmi is turning producer with the film. Recently actor couple Suriya and Jyotika came on board the upcoming film as presenters via their production banner 2D Entertainment. Suriya then said that Jo and I are glad to associate with team Gargi and that new thoughts and writing should be celebrated. A 'glimpse video' of the film was released in May, on the occasion of Sai Pallavi's birthday. It shows snippets of the shooting, Sai in saris and kurthas, and a shot of Lady Justice against which she stands. Posting the video Sai wrote that she had been waiting for months to talk about the film, and the 'stubborn team' decided to give in only when it was her birthday. The film's music is by Govind Vasantha. Sai Pallavis last release was the Telugu film Virata Parvam, opposite actor Rana Daggubati. She played Vennala, a nave young woman, entranced by the works of a writer (Rana), espousing the naxalite ideology. Read: Virata Parvam review: A fierce Sai Pallavi anchors a middling love story Sai had recently been pulled into a row when her comments in an interview, drawing parallels between the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits and the lynching by cow vigilantes, had invited sharp criticism by right wingers. She put out another short video explaining her comments, and saying that violence of any kind is wrong. Also read: Venu Udugula's Virata Parvam is a reminder of Telanganas turbulent past (With PTI input)
Appeals religious leaders to announce Kashmiri Pandits are assets, yatris our guests Srinagar: PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday appealed to the youth of Kashmir to shun militancy and save their lives, claiming security forces were getting incentives for killing them. Mehbooba said Jammu and Kashmir was going through a tumultuous phase and in the 
Srinagar: Kashmiri Pandit employees on Tuesday adopted a novel way of using yoga to highlight their demand for relocation out of Kashmir in the wake of recent attacks on minorities in the valley. The Kashmiri Pandit (KP) employees, who have been protesting since the killing of Rahul Bhat on May 12, observed the International Day 
The killing of a Rajasthani bank manager and a Bihari brick kiln worker in Kulgam and Budgam in Jammu & Kashmir has generated more panic among Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley and non-Muslims from outside Kashmir who are working there. Most of them now want to leave the valley for safer places, even though Continue reading ONLY REMEDY IN KASHMIR IS TO DO WHAT KPS GILL DID TO BRING KHALISTANIS TO HEEL The post ONLY REMEDY IN KASHMIR IS TO DO WHAT KPS GILL DID TO BRING KHALISTANIS TO HEEL appeared first on OurVoice | WeRIndia - Analysis & Opinion .
There is no blueprint. There never was. At least this much should be clear to the Kashmiri Pandits who are now fleeing the Valley after the recent minority killings. Forget smart townships, the government has...
The targeted killings and attacks on Kashmiri Pandits and non-locals continue unabated in Kashmir. In Jammu, government employees took to the streets in protest against the killings.
Arvind Kejriwal urges Centre to ensure security of Kashmiri Pandits
A delegation of leaders from BJP Jammu and Kashmir met Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha in Srinagar on Sunday regarding the security of Kashmiri Pandits. Meanwhile another civilian was killed during crossfire as security forces conducted search operations. A magisterial probe has been ordered.
Leaders of the Gupkar Alliance led by Farooq Abdullah met Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to demand protection for Kashmiri pandits following the killing Rahul Bhat, a government employee from the community. Kashmiri Pandits have been protesting across the state demanding justice and safety after the attack on Thursday.
The Srinagar sessions court on Wednesday (March 30) started trial of islamic terrorist Bitta Karate, who had admitted killing over 40 Kashmiri Pandits during 1990s. The hearing in the case began after nearly 31 years following a plea by the family of Satish Tickoo, one of the victims. Several Kashmiri Pandit families have come out 
The rulers of Srinagar did not take any serious action against the separatists on the streets
Director Vivek Agnihotris latest release The Kashmir Files has been a topic of discussion ever since it was released theatrically. The film that has stirred reactions from all across for the portrayal of the 1990 exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, recently received a request from a Madhya Pradesh based IAS Officer. . Read more at: https://www.republicworld.com/entertainment-news/bollywood-news/the-kashmir-files-ias-officer-urges-makers-to-donate-earnings-vivek-agnihotri-responds-articleshow.html Continue reading Will Be Great Charity | The Kashmir Files: IAS Officer Niyaz Khan Urges Makers To Donate Earnings; Read Vivek Agnihotris Epic Reply The post Will Be Great Charity | The Kashmir Files: IAS Officer Niyaz Khan Urges Makers To Donate Earnings; Read Vivek Agnihotris Epic Reply appeared first on OurVoice | WeRIndia - Analysis & Opinion .
The stunning admiration and acclaim that the film The Kashmir Files, which chronicles the genocide suffered by Kashmiri Pandits at the hands of Islamic terrorists, has received since its release has pricked the wrong nerve of radical Islamists in Pakistan. Haqeeqat TV, a Pakistani YouTube channel, has since harshly criticised the film, calling it sham Continue reading Pakistan Gone Mad! Pakistani YouTube Channel Following The Release Of The Kashmir Files Claims That Kashmiri Hindus Were RSS People Who Killed Their Own People To Target Muslims The post Pakistan Gone Mad! Pakistani YouTube Channel Following The Release Of The Kashmir Files Claims That Kashmiri Hindus Were RSS People Who Killed Their Own People To Target Muslims appeared first on OurVoice | WeRIndia - Analysis & Opinion .
Politics grows over 'The Kashmir Files' - a film that deals with a painful episode in India's history, the exodus of Kashmir Pandits from the valley. Today, as five BJP ruled states made the film tax-free, there was also an all-out war-of-words between the BJP and the Congress.