Pro-freedom Kashmiri leader dies in Indian detention
Altaf Ahmad Shah, son-in-law of late patriarch of Kashmiri freedom movement Syed Ali Geelani, becomes third Kashmiri prisoner to die in custody
Kashmir becomes new travel destination for Indian tourists
Many fraternise and take selfies with soldiers, and are dismissive of the regular firefights between troops and rebels taking place out of sight from popular destinations.
BJP forcing Indians and Kashmiris to buy flag
BJP government is trying its best to sell nationalism not only in India, but also in Kashmir.
Demographic and Political Engineering of Kashmir
On August 5, 2019, the BJP government in India ripped Kashmir of its status of a special entity by abolishing article 370 and 35A of the Indian constitution. This was one of the most significant developments in the history of Kashmir conflict as it completely altered the dynamics of the issue.
August 5 – A black day for IO Kashmir
August 5 is being observed as a black day as it marks the completion of 3 years since the people of IO Kashmir were deprived of their fundamental human rights.
July 19th: The history and significance of Kashmir’s Accession to Pakistan Day
July 19th is seen as “Kashmir’s Accession to Pakistan Day” by Kashmiris living on both sides of the Land of Control
G20 meeting in J&K: China opposes India’s plan
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian says the relevant sides should avoid "politicising" the issue that may "complicate" the situation.
Mishal Malik: UN must take urgent action against inhuman steps in IIOJK
The world’s criminal silence over the Kashmir issue is posing serious threat to regional peace, she feared.
Indian forces kill two more Muslims today
"Indian troops killed two militants this morning in a gun battle, one of them, Jan Mohammad Lone, was involved in the killing of a bank manager," said Vijay Kumar
Hindus unable to celebrate festival in Indian Occupied Kashmir due to violence
The annual gathering takes place at the Kheer Bhawani temple, a short drive from the city of Srinagar, and is usually a major religious milestone for the local Pandit community.
Pakistan protests before UNSC over Kashmir
More than 900,000 Indian troops that remain deployed in the valley for decades have resorted to worst forms of torture, rapes, renditions, forced displacement, and other grave breaches of international criminal law
PML-N govt wanted to thwart Azadi March: Imran Khan
The PTI Chairman says he had cut short the PTI's 'Azadi March' as he feared the country would have gone towards anarchy.