India fears Kashmir might witness Taliban’s fallout

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi set out his Taliban worries to world leaders this week, Indian forces staged raids and battled Kashmir militants who he fears could be emboldened by the Islamists' victory in Afghanistan.

Why is Kashmir etched into Pakistan’s psyche?

Will India open the doors of riches and opulence for Pakistan if we drop Kashmir from our rhetoric? President AJK Sardar Masood Khan argues that those who believe this are living in an illusion. Kashmir or no Kashmir, India will not discard that agenda. He explains why Kashmir is an undeniable part of Pakistan's psyche.

Mahfooz Ilahi Hajam, 26-Year-Old Kashmiri Youth Scales Mount Everest

Twenty-six-year-old Mahfooz Ilahi Hajam, a resident of the Kulgam district in Jammu and a civilian instructor, scaled Mount Everest.

US government’s “India’s Jammu & Kashmir” tweet disappoints Pakistan

The US State Department’s “India’s Jammu & Kashmir” tweet is “inconsistent” with the disputed status of the region, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday. "We...

US press urges India to release Kashmiri journalist

The US National Press Club called on Indian authorities Monday to release a Kashmiri journalist who has been jailed for two-and-a-half years. Aasif Sultan, a...

“India cannot suppress Kashmiri people for long”: PM Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed the hope that Kashmir will now head towards freedom as Indian designs to crush the Kashmiri people through...

OIC’s Contact Group on Kashmir reaffirms ‘unwavering’ support to Kashmiris

The members of the OIC Contact Group on Jammu and Kashmir held an informal virtual meeting in New York to commemorate the “Kashmir Solidarity...

British MPs stand in solidarity with Kashmiris

British Parliamentarians and other speaker at a Parliamentary Webinar hosted by the High Commission for Pakistan, London on Friday strongly condemned the gross human...

India to lift lengthy internet clampdown in Kashmir

Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir said Friday they would restore high-speed web access in the region, bringing to an end what rights groups have called...

Peace in South Asia linked to Kashmir: Turkish lawmaker

Peace and stability in South Asia are important as the region is rising with its growing economy and human resources, said a Turkish lawmaker...

Pakistan to highlight human rights violations in IIOJK on Kashmir day

As the people of Kashmir still suffer killings, detentions, heavy military deployment, and communication blackout by India in IIOJK, Pakistan is again set to...

Internationally accepted resolution of “nuclear flashpoint” required

Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Monday said that as Kashmir had turned into a flashpoint between nuclear-armed Pakistan and India, early and...