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Clashes continued Friday in Kashmir as anti-India protesters threw stones at government forces, who fired shotgun pellets and tear gas to quell the spiralling protests.

Government forces fired bullets, shotgun pellets and teargas at a large anti-India protest that hit the streets shortly after the news of the rebel leader's killing spread.

Indian government crackdown has led to Kashmiri media blackout

Anu Shukla

Indian government crackdown has led to Kashmiri media blackout

India's crackdown on Kashmir has led to a full media blackout, as journalists work under strict surveillance and are subject to censorship.

India's assault on Kashmir follows decades of failed promises

Moign Khawaja

India's assault on Kashmir follows decades of failed promises

Analysis: Having revoked Jammu and Kashmir's autonomy, the Modi government’s designs are set to make the future the region bleaker than ever ...

Indian forces kill top Kashmir militant linked to al-Qaeda

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Indian forces kill top Kashmir militant linked to al-Qaeda

As the news of Zakir Musa's death spread, hundreds of protestors spilled out on the streets and clashed with government forces, including in the ...

Aamir Ali Bhat

Women hit worst by Kashmir's continuing conflict

In-depth: For women, the consequences of living in the world's largest militarised zone are particularly gruelling, writes Aamir Ali Bhat.

Aijaz Nazir

Insurgency, attacks, airstrikes. Still, Kashmir's tourist train chugs along

Feature: Years of under-investment and violence has seen the pride of Kashmir battered, but still running.

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India faces sanctions after denying visas to Pakistani footballers

India could face sanctions after two Pakistani shooters failed to get visas to attend a World Cup event in New Delhi, the sport's world body ...

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Pakistan 'can help India investigate, will retaliate if attacked'

In a nationally televised address, Prime Minister Imran Khan demanded India provide proof to back claims Pakistan was involved in last week's ...

India claims Pakistan spy agency involved in Kashmir attack

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India claims Pakistan spy agency involved in Kashmir attack

Tensions escalate in the contested region of Kashmir after a deadly suicide bomb attack last week. Pakistan is now appealing to the UN to help ...

Aamir Ali Bhat

Valentine's Day attack 'worst ever' in Kashmir

The suicide bomber hit a convoy of paramilitary troops forced away from Kashmir's main highway due to bad weather, in an attack condemned both ...

A year of death, destruction and censorship in Kashmir

Aamir Ali Bhat

A year of death, destruction and censorship in Kashmir

Analysis: In the year of 2018, Indian-Administered Kashmir has been rife with stories of killing, maiming, enforced disappearance, custodial ...

Female students in Kashmir sexually harassed by Indian soldiers

Haziq Qadri

Female students in Kashmir sexually harassed by Indian soldiers

Housing military structures in close proximity to schools in Kashmir has had serious implications on the mental health of students, especially ...

Boycotts and violence threaten Kashmir local elections

Aijaz Nazir

Boycotts and violence threaten Kashmir local elections

In-depth: The polls for ULB and Panchayat is due to commence from October 8, but with a fragile security situation, locals think it will be ...

Another Kashmiri journalist jailed for reporting on militants

Aamir Ali Bhat

Another Kashmiri journalist jailed for reporting on militants

Aasif Sultan has been detained since the end of August after writing a profile of an armed rebel commander, reports Aamir Ali Bhat.

Nusrat Sidiq

Women in Kashmir left blind by India's counter-insurgency crackdown

In-depth: Indian troops' brutal use of pellet shotguns against Kashmiri protesters has left thousands partially or fully blinded, including innocent women and children, writes Nusrat Sidiq.

Aamir Ali Bhat

Kashmir: Where guns empty mothers' laps

Photoblog: In Kashmir, Mother's Day for many women will be consumed by heartache and remembrance of sons lost to the area's ongoing conflict.

Rouf Dar

Indian war crimes in Kashmir must end now

Comment: India is engaged in every kind of war crimes denounced by international humanitarian law, writes Rouf Dar.

Aamir Ali Bhat

Kashmir's internet shutdowns hit schools and businesses, not militants

Decree bars civil servants in Indian-administered Kashmir from using social media for any personal political activity.

India hits Kashmir's independent media where it hurts

Nayeem Rather

India hits Kashmir's independent media where it hurts

In-depth: Kashmir's media industry struggles when the Indian government cuts off its advertising - which happens after every critical story, ...

Naveed Ahmad

Modi’s Pakistan offensive: time for GCC to weigh in

Comment: It is time for the GCC led by Saudi Arabia to take a stance on the India-Pakistan conflict, as its interests are deeply affected, ...

New crackdown on civil rights in Kashmir

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New crackdown on civil rights in Kashmir

Indian police have launched a new clampdown on civil rights in the disputed Kashmir district, including house arrests and preventing Friday ...

Repression and resistance: Kashmiris and Palestinians find common ground

Usaid Saddiqui

Repression and resistance: Kashmiris and Palestinians find common ground

Comment: Usaid Saddiqui draws a parallel between the experiences and challenges facing Kashmiris and Palestinians, with a view to encouraging ...

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