New Delhi refuses to completely ease restrictions in India-administered Kashmir despite pleas from several rights group.
The internet curbs imposed by New Delhi on disputed Kashmir is making it impossible for tens of thousands of people to work from home and combat the coronavirus threat.
Any attempts to revive this long-planned alliance will be ineffective in trying to counter China, and instead will simply be viewed as an alliance of Islamophobes.
Clashes between opposing groups of protesters in New Delhi left 13 people killed and over 150 injured, overshadowing US President Donald Trump's first visit to India.
UK Labour Party MP Debbie Abraham's deportation is not the only evidence of India blocking critical voices. It's been a pattern and in most cases linked to New Delhi's inability to digest criticism over the disputed Kashmir region.
Indian police in disputed Kashmir open a sweeping case against countless users for using VPNs to dodge social media ban there, under a stringent law that allows authorities to designate individuals as "terrorists."
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calls for "enhanced dialogue" between India and Pakistan over disputed Kashmir while calling for "full respect for humans rights and continental freedoms" in the region.
The Kashmir conflict can be solved not by conflict or oppression, but on the basis of justice and fairness, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in his address to Pakistani Parliament in Islamabad.
More than 20 diplomats tour India-administered Kashmir under high security, a visit critics say is aimed at portraying normalcy in the highly-militarised region.
Pakistani military says it killed one Indian soldier and injured three others following an Indian mortar fire on homes in Pakistan-administered Kashmir. Meanwhile, Kashmir journalists accuse Indian police of muzzling press.
In 2013, India hanged the Kashmir man over 2001 parliament attack, after country's apex court found "no evidence amounting to [Guru's] criminal conspiracy" but ordered his execution to satisfy society's "collective conscience."
The Saudis reject Islamabad’s request to call an OIC's foreign minister meeting on Kashmir.
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