Hundreds protest in Srinagar in India-administered Kashmir after a police shootout kills three suspected rebels and a 45-year-old woman.
Angry locals stage protests after three rebels were killed in disputed region's main Srinagar city. Separately, a 13-year-old girl was killed in Pakistan-administered Kashmir by Indian fire along de facto border.
Stand-off between Indian and Chinese border troops is the culmination of festering tensions between the two sides over territory that has been contested for more than a century.
One of the gun battles, near the Muslim-majority region's Srinagar city, resulted in the death of one insurgent and a nightlong stand-off with two others hiding inside a mosque. They were later "neutralised".
As the world experiences a lockdown for the first time, the long suffering people of Kashmir are in their tenth month of lockdown.
At least 15 residential houses have been reduced to debris, rendering several dozen families homeless amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Scores of counterinsurgency police and paramilitary soldiers cordoned off a congested neighbourhood in Srinagar's old quarters on a tip that some militants were hiding there, said Pankaj Singh, a paramilitary spokesman.
Hundreds of angry demonstrators clash with troops in India-administered Kashmir after soldiers shoot dead young man at checkpoint, in what family and witnesses say was "cold-blooded" murder.
The international community's focus on battling Covid-19 provides the perfect cover for criminal political adventurism.
Naikoo's killing came as a blow to one of Kashmir's oldest rebel outfits but also revealed the Modi regime's aggressive approach to the Kashmir conflict isn't bearing any fruit.
TRT World speaks to the Kashmiri journalists awarded the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography.
India has tightened the chokehold on Kashmiri journalists by deploying methods such as questioning at counterinsurgency centres, arbitrary arrests and invoking of anti-terror law.
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