At least six were killed in the latest series of shootings in the disputed Himalayan region, triggering a widespread crackdown by security forces.
The Kashmir Press Club has repeatedly urged the Indian government to allow them to report freely, saying security agencies were using physical attacks, threats and summons to intimidate journalists and muzzle the press.
Indian police charge family members of late resistance leader Syed Ali Geelani under a "draconian" anti-terror law for raising anti-New Delhi slogans and wrapping his body in Pakistani flag.
Death of Syed Ali Geelani, aged 92, has heightened tensions in disputed Himalayan territory after India refused to allow resistance leader's burial at the site he had wished and let him have a public funeral.
Prominent activist and a young graffiti artist are among many Kashmiris arrested for expressing anger against Israel –– a key India ally that supplies advanced weapons to New Delhi, some of which end up being used in disputed Kashmir.
Calls grow to seek the release of hundreds of Kashmiri political prisoners incarcerated in jails amid Covid-19 pandemic following the death of top resistance leader Mohammed Ashraf Sehrai in Indian police custody.
Indian troops use explosives to blast a civilian house during fighting in which three suspected rebels were killed, locals of southern Pulwama district say.
The violence came a day after diplomats from nearly two dozen countries finished their two-day visit in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir.
Diplomats from more than 20 countries arrive in India-administered Kashmir as residents of the disputed region's main city shutter shops and businesses in a sign of protest.
Dominated by strategic concerns for two decades, the relationship appears to be caught between US policy drift towards India and its new ‘Cold War’ with Beijing.
How the killings of three Kashmiri youths, who were first killed by the Indian security forces and then declared militants, were tied to the dark reality of 'fake encounters' in Kashmir.
Police in India-administered Kashmir say an Indian army officer and two others "planted illegally acquired weapons" on the bodies of three young men to pass them off as "terrorists" after killing them in a staged gun battle in July.
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