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Kashmir crisis: Residents unable to afford food

Traders estimate 25,000 people have been affected on both sides of Kashmir.

Kashmir

Indian authorities begin easing clampdown in parts of Kashmir

Officials say they are restoring landline telephone links in some areas of Indian-administered Kashmir.

Indian authorities begin easing clampdown in parts of Kashmir

Kashmir

Pakistan and India trade barbs after rare UN Kashmir talks

Pakistan accuses New Delhi of human rights abuses after Security Council meeting, India says Kashmir 'internal matter'.

Pakistan and India trade barbs after rare UN Kashmir talks

Pakistan

Brother of Afghan Taliban leader killed in Pakistan mosque blast

Two Taliban sources confirm Haibatullah Akhunzada's sibling was killed in bomb explosion during Friday prayers.

Brother of Afghan Taliban leader killed in Pakistan mosque blast

Balochistan

Bomb blast inside Quetta mosque kills at least four

Pakistani police said a powerful bomb went off inside a mosque during Friday prayers, killing at least four people.

Pakistan: Deadly bomb blast targets Friday prayers in Quetta

Kashmir

Pakistan army says Indian firing across LoC kills another soldier

Casualties rise to six in last 24 hours, says Pakistan army, adding that five Indian soldiers were killed on Thursday.

Pakistan army says Indian firing across LoC kills another soldier

Opinion

Partition: An event to celebrate, mourn, or forget

Pakistan, India and Bangladesh each remember Partition differently and all seem to forget the role of colonialism.

Anam Zakaria

by Anam Zakaria

Anam Zakaria

Opinion

Kashmir's struggle did not start in 1947 and will not end today

India's decision to revoke Article 370 is just another chapter in Kashmir's long history of imperial oppression.

Tamoghna Halder

by Tamoghna Halder

Tamoghna Halder

Asia

How are Kashmiris coping under lockdown?

Millions of people brace for unknown future following Indian government's revocation of region's special status.

How are Kashmiris coping under lockdown?

Pakistan

'Silenced': Pakistan's journalists decry new era of censorship

Journalists tell Al Jazeera coverage of opposition leaders and civil society dissenters 'banned' by government and army.

'Silenced': Pakistan's journalists decry new era of censorship

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

Analysis: Imran Khan's speech at state assembly in Muzaffarabad

Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Pakistan-administered Kashmir as the country marks its independence day in solidarity with the Kashmiris. On his visit, he addressed the state assembly in Muzaffarabad.

Pakistan

PM Khan: Modi has committed 'strategic blunder' in Kashmir

Khan says Pakistan not at war with India but against its ideology after Kashmir's special status revoked.

PM Khan: Modi has committed 'strategic blunder' in Kashmir

Kashmir

Pakistan PM Imran Khan visits Kashmir amid India tensions

Khan visits Pakistan-administered Kashmir as country marks its independence day in solidarity with the Kashmiris.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan visits Kashmir amid India tensions

India

Actress Priyanka Chopra accused of 'encouraging nuclear war'

At US event, Indian actress and UN goodwill envoy is called hypocrite over February tweet amid India-Pakistan tensions.

Actress Priyanka Chopra accused of 'encouraging nuclear war'