CASE STUDY OF SOPORE MASSACRE OF 6th JANUARY 1993


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This case study and timeline of events of Sopore massacre has been earlier published in the IPTK/APDP report Structures of Violence: The Indian State in Jammu and Kashmir (for full report here is the link http://www.jkccs.net/structures-of-violence-the-indian-state-in-jammu-and-kashmir-2/) Site Map of the Sopore massacre THE MASSACRE AT SOPORE ON 6th JANUARY 1993 TIMELINE

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