Faiz Jamil

Faiz Jamil

Asia

Kashmir crisis: Restrictions by government hit medicine supply

Medicine sellers say with disruptions to the internet and reliable phone services, they have not been able to place new orders in weeks.

Kashmir crisis: Restrictions by government hit medicine supply

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Kashmir shutdown: Farmers struggle to make a living

It is affecting people with small businesses, especially in farming, who are worried the restrictions on communication and movement mean their hard work will go to waste.

Kashmir shutdown: Farmers struggle to make a living

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Kashmiris erect barricades to keep Indian soldiers at bay

The UN is urging India to end the crackdown on free speech and access to information in Indian-administered Kashmir.

Kashmiris erect barricades to keep Indian soldiers at bay

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India celebrates independence day

It came as the restrictions and a communications blackout continued in Indian-Administered Kashmir since the region’s autonomy was revoked last week.

India celebrates independence day

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Indian-administered Kashmir remains under lockdown

Phone lines and internet have been down for 10 days, but lockdown set to be eased on Thursday.

Indian-administered Kashmir remains under lockdown

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Stuck between India and Pakistan, Kashmiris worry about crossfire

Civilians living near the Line of Control between Indian and Pakistan-administered Kashmir often suffer when tensions escalate.

Stuck between India and Pakistan, Kashmiris worry about crossfire

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Indian-administered Kashmir cut off from world

Mobile phones, internet, and landlines are all down in the Kashmir valley after India revoked its autonomy.

Indian-administered Kashmir cut off from world

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Indians divided over move to split Indian-administered Kashmir

Controversial bill passed after government revoked the region’s autonomy - under Article 370 of the constitution - following a massive troop build-up.

Indians divided over move to split Indian-administered Kashmir

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India’s 'Big Brother' biometics project raises privacy concerns

Concerns arise over the world's biggest biometrics project and what it means for people's privacy.

India’s 'Big Brother' biometics project raises privacy concerns

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India elections 2019: Caste divisions push Dalits to vote

A caste society divided by social class continues to play a role in India, especially at election time.

India elections 2019: Caste divisions push Dalits to vote

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India's richest benefit from growing economy

Economists say the very top percentage of Indians are benefitting in this economic climate.

India's richest benefit from growing economy

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India: Poverty and child malnutrition rife in West Singhbhum

This remote part of eastern India’s Jharkhand state where many tribal people live is rich in natural resources. Yet its people are some of the poorest in the country.

India: Poverty and child malnutrition rife in West Singhbhum