Kashmir

How a Kashmir law is misused to detain minors

Minors are arrested under the preventive detention law, which has now been slammed by the UN human rights body.

UN report condemns Kashmir's Public Safety Act

Asia

Kashmir government collapses after BJP pulls plug

Mehbooba Mufti resigns as CM after her alliance partner BJP withdrew support amid deteriorating security situation.

Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti resigns after BJP withdraws support

Asia

Kashmir killings during anti-India protests during Eid

Protests began in Srinagar started after prayers celebrating the end of Ramadan and quickly spread outside the capital.

Kashmir

Veteran journalist assassinated in Kashmir

Shujaat Bukhari was killed outside his office along with his two bodyguards.

Gunmen kill veteran journalist in Kashmir

Kashmir

UN calls for inquiry into Kashmir rights violations

UN Human Rights Office report accuses India and Pakistan of 'excessive use of force' and human rights abuses in Kashmir.

Kashmir

Four Indian soldiers killed in cross-border shelling

At least four soldiers killed in Pakistani firing over two weeks after two rivals vowed to curb cross-border violence.

Indian soldiers killed in cross-border shelling

Opinion

Kashmir's award-winning tormentor

In India today, those who torture in Kashmir are held in high esteem.

Mirza Waheed

by Mirza Waheed

Mirza Waheed

Pakistan

Pakistani military says 'no space for war' with India

Pakistan's military urges neighbouring India to respect ceasefire commitment in disputed region of Kashmir.

Pakistani military says 'no space for war' with India

Asia

Fury in Kashmir after youth killed by police vehicle

Incident is the second in less than a month involving police vehicle killing protester during weekly demonstrations.

Asia

Funeral in Kashmir disrupted by gunshots and tear gas

Security forces in India-administered Kashmir used force to disperse mourners at a funeral for a man crushed by an armoured vehicle during protests on Friday.

Kashmir

Pakistan and India vow to implement 2003 ceasefire agreement

The two countries agree to curb cross-border violence which has killed more than 150 people since September 2016.

Pakistan and India vow to implement 2003 ceasefire agreement

India

Violence in Kashmir erupts despite calls for ceasefire

Hopes for a ceasefire during the month of Ramadan have been shattered by renewed fighting between India and Pakistan in Kashmir.

Asia

Tension flares along India-Pakistan Line of Control

Civilians and troops killed on sixth day of shelling as Indian and Pakistan trade charges of initiating the violence.

India-Pakistan cross-border shelling hits Kashmir

Opinion

Why the NYT is really wrong about Kashmir

A recent editorial by the New York Times demonstrates little understanding of what is actually going on in Kashmir.

Hafsa Kanjwal

by Hafsa Kanjwal
- Mohamad Junaid

Hafsa Kanjwal

Asia

Kashmir: Melting glaciers threaten Ladakh's nature

Rise in temperature melts Himalayan glaciers in Kashmir's Ladakh region, threatening the lives of thousands of people.

Kashmir: Melting glaciers threaten Ladakh's nature