While some schools are open, disruption to internet connections and phone networks makes studying and preparing for exams difficult.
Government sponsored adverts are trying to convince Kashmiris of the benefits of scrapping Article 370 by promising an influx of investment.
Indian officials insisted Asrar Ahmad Khan was killed by a stone, but medical records show he was struck by a tear gas canister and then shot in the face with pellets.
A lockdown imposed by Indian officials has forced tourists away, killing off a lifeblood industry for millions in the disputed region.
Families are queuing for hours just to get a chance to speak to loved ones amid India’s blockade of communications in Kashmir.
A clampdown on communications services in Indian-administered Kashmir leaves pharmacists unable to contact their suppliers.
Despite pashminas’ reputation for quality, low wages and counterfeit shawls are putting a centuries-old tradition at risk in Kashmir.
The re-election of Narendra Modi’s party stokes fears of heightened conflict among Kashmiris but also tentative hope of peace.
The restive region’s women are increasingly going into business, as conflict kills off employment prospects.
Kashmir is one of the most militarised regions in the world. As it holds elections in three phases to avoid potential clashes, some soldier-guarded polling stations are recording as few as 25 people turning up to vote.
A small number of Kashmiris have joined India's ruling party but most Kashmiris fear the threat it poses.
India's incumbent rulers make no secret of their intent to annul majority Muslim state's special constitutional status despite widespread opposition in the region.
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