Weather

Floods hit northern India leaving villagers stranded

Dozens rescued as raging torrents lash parts of Himachal Pradesh state and Indian-administered Kashmir.

Floods hit northern India leaving villagers stranded

Kashmir

Why Kashmir's local policemen have become rebels' new targets

More officers killed this year than in all of 2017, as experts warn local forces are more at risk than Indian troops.

Why Kashmir's local policemen have become rebels' new targets

Kashmir

Rebel's body dragged, army officer calls it 'normal'

Activists demand inquiry after image surfaces on social media, but Indian army officer defends 'normal procedure'.

Outrage after photo of soldiers dragging Kashmir rebel's body

Asia

Nine-year-old 'gang-raped, eyes gouged out' in Kashmir

At least five people arrested, including the stepmother, for brutal gang rape and murder of nine-year-old child.

Kashmir: Nine-year-old 'gang-raped, eyes gouged out'

Asia

India: Six people killed after 'infiltration bid' in Kashmir

Four soldiers and two suspected rebels are among those dead after a gunfight in Indian-administered Kashmir.

India: Six people killed after 'infiltration bid' in Kashmir

Kashmir

'We are ready to spill our blood to safeguard this law'

There are fears of a demographic change in the Muslim-majority state if Article 35-A is repealed or amended.

Kashmir

After attack, top security for Kashmir's Hindu pilgrims

Last year, fighters targeted a tourist bus, killing eight people who were performing the gruelling Amaranth Yatra.

Unprecedented security at Kashmir's annual Hindu pilgrimage

Asia

Lockdown in Kashmir marks two years since rebel leader killed

Army carries out deadly crackdown amid a surge in protests by separatists over the killing of rebel leader Burhani Wani two years ago.

Asia

Teen girl among 3 killed in fresh Kashmir violence

Latest killings come a day before the second anniversary of popular rebel commander Burhan Wani's death.

Three civilians killed in fresh wave of Kashmir violence

War & Conflict

Kashmir loses its cinema halls to prolonged conflict

Nearly three decades of conflict has meant many of Kashmir's youngest generation have never attended a movie theatre.

Kashmir loses its cinema halls to prolonged conflict

Asia

Security boosted in Kashmir ahead of Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage

Security is being boosted after an attack on a group last year.

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