Tensions between the two countries have flared and there has been intermittent cross-border firing since August 5 when New Delhi flooded India administered Kashmir with troops after it revoked the region's special autonomous status.
Kashmiri women activists arrested for protesting against lockdown
17 Oct 2019
A group of Kashmiri women activists were detained by police and sent to Srinagar's central jail after they staged a protest against the Indian government's lockdown and called for the release of detainees.
India blocks SMS services in restive Kashmir, arrests women activists
Exchange of fire between Indian and Pakistani security forces over the Line of Control, claims the lives of a man and his two pre-teen children in Pakistan-administered Kashmir and a 24-year-old woman in India-administered Kashmir.
Independent Kashmir: The thought that unnerves both India and Pakistan
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.
Women overlooked in Kashmir's resistance against India's iron-fisted policy
Chinese President Xi Jinping tells visiting Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan during a meeting in Beijing that the right and wrong of the situation [in disputed Kashmir] was clear, official Xinhua news agency reported.
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.
Kashmir fears end of special rights as India deploys more troops
New Delhi pushes at least 10,000 paramilitary troops – set to rise to 20,000 – to India-administered Kashmir sparking fears India may set aside a constitutional provision, Article 35A, allowing Indians to buy land in the Muslim-majority region.
India orders Hindu pilgrims to leave disputed Kashmir amid troop build-up
Islamabad says illegal cluster bombs, that emit deadly exploding shrapnel and are prohibited under the Geneva Convention, killed two civilians and wounded 11 others in its portion of disputed Kashmir, a claim India denies.
Growing panic in Kashmir as India, Pakistan bicker over border clashes
As New Delhi seeks to repeal a law that acts as a constitutional bridge between India and disputed Kashmir, many prominent journalists, actors and public figures celebrated what experts call an undemocratic move.
India's plan to renege on Kashmir treaty could have regional fallout