Since India revoked Article 370, effectively ending Kashmir's autonomy, the region has been facing a lockdown, curfews and more while tensions between neighbours Pakistan and India have skyrocketed.
Syed Ali Shah Geelani urges Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to respond to India's "annexation" of disputed Kashmir by dissolving Tashkent, Shimla and Lahore agreements, and "re-designation" of de facto border to "ceasefire line."
The contentious 135-year dispute over the Babri mosque has finally come to an end, and a temple will now replace the mosque built on the orders of the first Mughal King, Babur.
We look at some of the most important images from the stories making the news in the past 24 hours.
Animal deaths in the Kashmir conflict have gone mostly undocumented and are treated as collateral damage unworthy of attention.
Police blamed the attack on rebels fighting Indian rule, without providing any proof in this regard.
Recent violence targeted outsiders from mainland India entering the disputed Kashmir, a significant shift triggered by India's decision to reduce the semi-autonomous region into a New Delhi-ruled territory.
The Indian has stopped several Indian lawmakers from visiting Jammu and Kashmir since the lockdown - so why have they taken a bunch of far-right European MPs on a guided tour of the region?
The legislation divides the Indian-administered Kashmir into two federally governed territories.
The delegation of around two dozen European lawmakers, including far-right deputies from Poland, France, Germany and Britain, met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The visit drew ire from rights activists and leaders of the opposition as the ruling BJP has barred foreign journalists and independent groups from visiting Kashmir, where a clampdown on dissent has continued since August 5.
The othering of Kashmiris in mainstream discourse is vital to suppressing their self-determination.
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