17 Jan 2023

Pakistan PM seeks India talks on ‘burning issues such as Kashmir’

The Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has called for talks with India to discuss burning issues and has asked the United Arab Emirates to play a role in dissolving the tensions between the two countries. Last week, Sharif visited the UAE and termed it a brotherly country. He has stated

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16 Dec 2022

Protesters block Kashmir highway after two shot dead at army camp

Hundreds of protesters have blocked a piece of a main highway that runs through Indian-administered Kashmir after two men who worked as laborers at an Indian army base were killed. The men were shot dead earlier on Friday by army guards at the entrance of the base in Rajouri district

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24 Aug 2022

India fires three officers for accidentally launching missile into Pakistan

On Tuesday, the Indian Air Force confirmed that it had fired three officers for accidentally firing a missile into Pakistan in March.. The incident was handled relatively calmly as there were no casualties. The rivals have maintained a tense relationship over the last several years due the disputer territory of

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08 Feb 2022

Kashmir journalist arrested under India’s anti-terror laws

Fahad Shah, the editor of an independent news website in Kashmir, has been arrested under India’s anti-terror laws. Police are currently investigating whether Shah violated India’s sedition laws for his work at the news agency. Shah was arrested Friday in Pulwama, a city located in the Indian-administered part of the

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14 Dec 2021

Militant attack in India’s Srinagar kills three police officers, injures 11

Yesterday, a militant attack in Kashmir, India, left three police officers dead and almost a dozen others injured. A group of police officers was returning to campus when three militants opened fire on a vehicle outside of the main city of Srinagar. The police released a report regarding the situation,

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02 Apr 2021

Anti-India protests erupt in Kashmir after troops kill 3 rebels

A village in Indian- administered Kashmir has seen anti-India protests erupt after three suspected rebel fighters were killed in a gun battle with Indian troops. The gun battle was in the Pulwama district after many counterinsurgency police and soldiers were given a tip-off about the presence of rebels in Kakpora

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14 Feb 2020

India keeps lid on Kashmir’s internet 6 months into lockdown

Six months ago, India’s government stripped Kashmir of all autonomy the region once possessed and enforced a communications blackout. It has since heralded the restoration of the internet, however, it is limited and very slow speed. The shift signifies a step in the right direction for Kashmiris. However, the region’s

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12 Jan 2020

India ordered to review suspension of internet services in Kashmir

The Indian government is under scrutiny by its Supreme Court and has been ordered to undergo a review of its suspension of internet services in the regions of Jammu and Kashmir. The court concluded that the indefinite shutdown of services including the internet, mobile phone, and landline within the union

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30 Aug 2019

Prime minister says Pakistan will respond if India attacks

Pakistan and India once again seem to be edging closer to war over Kashmir, a region divided between the two countries but fully claimed by both. On Friday, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan warned that his country will give a “befitting response” in case of an Indian attack on Pakistani-controlled

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21 Aug 2019

Fresh Kashmir border clashes leave several dead

More than two weeks after the Indian government stripped Kashmir of its autonomous status and revoked a ban on property purchases by non-residents, tensions in the disputed region continue to escalate. On Tuesday, several people were killed in clashes between Indian and Pakistani border forces, although both countries provided conflicting

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