Kashmir

Shops shuttered, streets deserted as Kashmir loses special status

The state of Jammu and Kashmir has been divided into two union territories, to be ruled directly by Indian government.

Shops shuttered, streets deserted as Kashmir loses special status

Kashmir

Kashmir broken up: All you need to know

The constitutional changes announced on August 5 to strip Kashmir's autonomy is set to become operational on October 31.

Indian-administered Kashmir broken up: All you need to know

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Twitter accused of censoring free speech in Kashmir

Activists and journalists allege the micro-blogging site is 'part of the censorship imposed by the Indian government'.

Twitter accused of censoring free speech in Kashmir

Kashmir

India moves to divide Kashmir despite protests, attacks

India will formally split up Jammu and Kashmir state into two federal territories to be directly ruled from New Delhi.

India moves to divide Kashmir despite protests, attacks

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Clashes as far-right EU lawmakers on Kashmir 'PR' trip

Police fire tear gas and pellets at protesters as members of European Parliament visit region amid lockdown.

Clashes as far-right EU lawmakers on Kashmir 'PR' trip

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India's defences eat away at farmland along border with Pakistan

After India revoked autonomy of Kashmir, farmers in border areas fear losing even more of their land to the military.

India's defences eat away at farmland along border with Pakistan

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UN extremely concerned at rights deprivation in Kashmir

The UN human rights office says that Kashmiris continue to be deprived of a wide range of human rights.

UN extremely concerned at rights deprivation in Kashmir

India

UN aviation agency asks Pakistan about rebuff of Modi flyover

Indian PM Modi took a circuitous route to Saudi Arabia because of Pakistan's refusal of overflight rights.

UN aviation agency asks Pakistan about rebuff of Modi flyover

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EU far-right MPs head to Kashmir in rare foreign visit

Delegation of 27 politicians, including far-right MPs from France and UK, to visit Kashmir amid security clampdown.

EU far-right MPs head to Kashmir in rare foreign visit

Pakistan

Pakistan denies use of its airspace to Indian PM Modi

Islamabad says it refused New Delhi's request due to 'grave' rights violations in Indian-administered Kashmir.

Pakistan denies use of its airspace to Indian PM Modi

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Indian paramilitary forces injured in grenade attack

Six Indian security personnel were injured in a grenade attack in Srinagar on Saturday.

Kashmir under lockdown: All the latest updates

India

India hold local vote in Kashmir despite lockdown, boycott

Village council elections held in Indian-administered Kashmir, with hundreds of leaders in jail, most parties boycotting.

Opinion

The day the story of Kashmir changed forever

India unintentionally internationalised the Kashmir issue when it revoked the region's special status in August.

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Hafsa Kanjwal

Kashmir

India set to hold local elections in Kashmir amid boycott

With hundreds of leaders in jail, regional parties are boycotting the local body elections as the siege enters 80th day.

India set to hold local elections in Kashmir amid boycott

AJ Impact

Malaysian PM stands by Kashmir comment despite India palm oil ban

Mahathir Mohamad describes a boycott of Malaysian palm oil by Indian traders as a 'trade war'.

Malaysian PM stands by Kashmir comment despite India palm oil ban