Kashmir: Police baton charge nurses

Published September 26, 2012
Indian police in Srinagar on Wednesday used batons to disperse a sit-in protest by female Kashmiri nursing students outside the old secretariat complex.
Indian police in Srinagar on Wednesday used batons to disperse a sit-in protest by female Kashmiri nursing students outside the old secretariat complex.
Indian policewoman hit a Kashmiri student protester during a sit-in protest.
Indian policewoman hit a Kashmiri student protester during a sit-in protest.
The students were protesting against the results of their third year examinations in which most of the students failed.
The students were protesting against the results of their third year examinations in which most of the students failed.
Indian policewomen scuffle with Kashmiri student protesters during a sit-in protest in Srinagar.
Indian policewomen scuffle with Kashmiri student protesters during a sit-in protest in Srinagar.
Female Kashmiri nursing students block the gate of the old secretariat complex during a sit-in protest in Srinagar September 26, 2012.
Female Kashmiri nursing students block the gate of the old secretariat complex during a sit-in protest in Srinagar September 26, 2012.
An Indian policewoman uses a baton to disperse a sit-in protest by Kashmiri female nursing students in Srinagar.
An Indian policewoman uses a baton to disperse a sit-in protest by Kashmiri female nursing students in Srinagar.

Indian police in Srinagar on Wednesday used batons to disperse a sit-in protest by female Kashmiri nursing students outside the old secretariat complex.  The students were protesting against the results of their third year examinations in which most of the students failed. – Photos by Reuters

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