Imran Khan’s national security advisor says Islamabad has concrete evidence showing New Delhi’s link with the attack, one that left 144 children dead.
In a rare admission, Indian military says its soldiers in disputed Kashmir abused their powers in the killings of three labourers it had passed off as "Pakistani terrorists."
Hundreds protest in Srinagar in India-administered Kashmir after a police shootout kills three suspected rebels and a 45-year-old woman.
Locals in Pakistan-administered Kashmir say Indian troops have been causing casualties and destroying properties in border shelling along the highly militarised de facto border.
Syed Ali Shah Geelani, 91, has left the anti-India party coalition APHC that he headed for decades after a revolt against his leadership and the group's inability to counter India's annexation of Kashmir. We examine why:
New Delhi distributes 25,000 domicile certificates to outsiders residing in India-administered Kashmir, local media reports, almost a year after the unilateral annexation of the disputed territory.
Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah were detained again after their six-month-long imprisonment ended on Thursday. New Delhi rescinded the disputed region's partial autonomy and imposed a vice-like security and communications lockdown in August.
The brief gun battle took place on the outskirts of Srinagar, in which a third rebel fighter was captured alive, Indian paramilitary official says.
EU nations, except Norway, refused to take part in a rare diplomatic visit to disputed India-administered Kashmir, where New Delhi's lockdown after annexation continues since August 5.
Residents appear relieved after facing difficulties during the long communications embargo, but the disputed region continues to simmer with anger after India abrogated its limited autonomy on August 5.
Mobile and internet services have been disconnected in India-administered Kashmir since August 5 when New Delhi stripped the region of its semi-autonomous powers and deployed tens of thousands of extra troops to enforce an unprecedented crackdown.
People of Kashmir must be "consulted and engaged in any decision-making processes," Michelle Bachelet tells the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, as Indian military lockdown and communications blackout completes 36 days in the disputed region.
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