Islamabad observes "Black Day" to mark 75th anniversary of Kashmir dispute, while New Delhi celebrates first landing of its troops in the region, split between both South Asian neighbours since their independence from Britain.
Indian PM Narendra Modi announces new development projects for India-administered Kashmir in bid to strengthen New Delhi's rule in the annexed Muslim-majority region.
Education regulators in India have warned nationals that those who study in Pakistan will not be eligible for employment or further education in India.
Islamabad-based parties made electoral inroads in the region taking advantage of 12 refugee seats and preventing a pro-independence political outfit from taking part in regional polls.
Supporters of Pakistani premier Imran Khan’s governing PTI party and opposition PPP clashed in one constituency, leading to two deaths.
By parroting the Indian state’s narrative on the disputed territory, the rights organisation puts itself at odds with international law and misses the pattern of deliberate demographic change - or ethnic cleansing - against Kashmiri Muslims.
The violence came a day after diplomats from nearly two dozen countries finished their two-day visit in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir.
Dominated by strategic concerns for two decades, the relationship appears to be caught between US policy drift towards India and its new ‘Cold War’ with Beijing.
Locals in Pakistan-administered Kashmir say Indian troops have been causing casualties and destroying properties in border shelling along the highly militarised de facto border.
Farooq Abdullah had been confined to his residence in the main city of Srinagar since August 5 when the Indian government split the Muslim majority state and put it under direct New Delhi rule.
Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah were detained again after their six-month-long imprisonment ended on Thursday. New Delhi rescinded the disputed region's partial autonomy and imposed a vice-like security and communications lockdown in August.
Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather has killed nearly 130 people across Pakistan and Afghanistan since Sunday.
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