The Indian government has come under criticism for taking advantage of a spiritual journey to meet political ends.
Torture may shatter the world of its Kashmiri victims, but it is Indian society that is becoming irretrievably corroded.
International rights groups accuse Indian troops of using systematic abuse and unjustified arrests to intimidate residents opposing India's rule in disputed Kashmir. New Delhi denies its forces strategically use abuses to control the population.
Indian troops kill five rebels in three separate gun battles and one civilian in India-administered Kashmir, provoking fresh protests and clashes in the restive mountainous region.
Will prisoners in Kashmir ever find justice?
Violence in Kashmir does not take place within a vacuum, and the Indian government will only aggravate it further if it does not concede that its root causes lie in its treatment of Kashmiris.
As Pakistan observes Kashmir Day on February 5, TRT World visited the Muzaffarabad district in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, home to tens of thousands of Kashmiris who were separated from their loved ones either in 1947 or post-1989.
Why are Kashmiris still brutally denied the right to self-determination?
Indian police said troops killed four Kashmiri rebels after a clash erupted during anti-India protests, as the region already reels from the deadliest year in a decade in which over 500 people have been killed.
The rampant use of pellet guns has destroyed the lives of several thousand people, but New Delhi still considers it a 'non-lethal' weapon. Here's a view from the hospital where the newest victim, a toddler, was treated.
Local body elections are being held in the disputed territory for the first time in 13 years, but a boycott by both separatists and major pro-India parties dealt a strong blow to New Delhi.
Trump had urged that the caravan be detained and repeated his call for stronger border security, writing on Twitter, "Our Southern Border is under siege."
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