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India's Independence Day was marked by strikes and heavily-policed streets in Indian-administered Kashmir.
The natural beauty of Kashmir may be unrivalled, but it is a place littered with checkpoints and graveyards.
Kashmiri women defy state oppression by being on the frontlines.
More than 1,500 women whose husbands have disappeared are in danger in Indian-administered Kashmir, report says.
Al Jazeera reports on the boys who never came home.
India's refusal to seriously address the issue of enforced disappearances leaves Kashmiris searching for closure.
Actor-turned-director Aamir Bashir discusses his film about the plight of the Kashmiri people.
Sousan Hammad
Women from different sides of the conflict are taking on leading humanitarian and political roles.
Aya Batrawy in Srinagar, Kashmir
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