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J&K: Army's Human Shield, Branded Stone Pelter, Farooq Ahmed Dar Says He Was An Artisan A Year Ago, Now Has No Work, No Sleep

Apr 09, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Suffering from insomnia and depression, boycotted by villagers branding him a government agent and unable to find a job, even as a manual labourer, his life was upended exactly 12 months ago.


Jammu & Kashmir Govt Declines Rs 10 lakh Compensation To 'Human Shield' Farooq Ahmed Dar

Dar was tied to an Army jeep and taken around the Srinagar parliamentary constituency during the bypoll on April 9

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Paralympian gold medalist Sumit Antil at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, in New Delhi.

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