Europe

Sunday's brief: Catalan vote, N Korea, Hong Kong march

Tensions soar in Spain amid the Catalonia poll, it's China's National Day, and we meet a victim of Kashmir violence.

The Brief: Catalan vote, N Korea, Hong Kong protests

Kashmir

'Everything went dark': Kashmir girl blinded by pellets

Aged 14, Insha Mushtaq was watching protests from her window when Indian security forces fired pellets into her eyes.

Kashmir victim: Life since pellet guns blinded me

Podcast

When a journalist is arrested in Kashmir

Just last year, 48 journalists were killed on the job around the world. More than 5 times that number were jailed.

When a journalist is arrested in Kashmir

Kashmir

Indian fire kills Pakistan girl in Kashmir: officials

Five-year-old girl was walking outside her house when a lone round struck her in the head.

Indian fire kills Pakistan girl in Kashmir: officials

Kashmir

The endless wait for Kashmir's disappeared to return

Victims gather in a Srinagar park to remember their loved ones, some of whom have not been seen for decades.

The endless wait for Kashmir's disappeared to return

Asia

Eight Indian security personnel killed in Kashmir

Day-long fighting triggered as gunmen storm police base in Pulwama town in first major rebel attack in a year.

Eight Indian security personnel killed in Kashmir

Kashmir

Indian army kills Kashmir student mistaken for rebel

Protesters demand criminal investigation against soldiers involved in killing teenage victim 'disfigured' in shooting.

Asia

India welcomes US blacklisting of Kashmir armed group

India backs US sanctions on Hizbul Mujahideen, which fights against Indian rule, after Pakistan opposes decision.

India welcomes US blacklisting of Hizbul Mujahideen

Asia

US names Hizbul Mujahideen as 'terrorist' group

US designates Kashmir's largest armed group fighting against Indian rule as "foreign terrorist" organisation.

US names Hizbul Mujahideen as 'terrorist' group

Kashmir

Kashmiris cast doubt on Indian PM Modi's 'warm' words

At a speech marking India's independence day, PM says Kashmir's conflict will not be solved by 'abuse and bullets'.

Opinion

Erasing Kashmir's autonomous status

The Indian government is using the veneer of gender justice and anti-discrimination to change Kashmir's status.

Ather Zia

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Ather Zia

Kashmir

Fighters and Indian troops killed in Kashmir gun battle

Deadly clashes that killed five people near the region's largest city, Srinagar, prompted angry street protests.

Kashmir

Enduring the effects of partition in Kashmir

Seven decades on, the Indian Partition continues to haunt the Kashmir Valley.

Enduring the effects of partition in Kashmir

Interactive

How India, Pakistan and Bangladesh were formed

This animated map shows how the borders of the Indian subcontinent have evolved since partition.

How India, Pakistan and Bangladesh were formed

Asia

Protests erupt as Indian troops kill Kashmir fighters

Latest bout of violence extends week of deadly protests, with fighters, civilians and troops among those killed.

Protests erupt as India troops kill Kashmir fighters