In the early hours of 19 May, Indian security forces allegedly launched an aggressive cordon and search operation of downtown Srinagar in Kashmir, followed by an armed confrontation, known as an “encounter,” against militants. Many have been rendered homeless, while some people's houses were smouldering for days
Amid censorship fears, Delhi-based theatre group puts Kashmir's history into perspective, post Article 370
Aksariyat Akliyat, a one-hour platform theatrical from the Delhi-based Alternative Space Project, traces the mythological and contemporary narratives around the formation of Jammu and Kashmir.
Kashmiri-American teacher heckled at Vivek Agnihotri's Rutgers University talk says 'crowd was infuriated' by his questions
The Kashmiri-American teacher who was heckled at Vivek Agnihotri's event says he was allegedly punched in the back while exiting the venue.
Pakistan on Wednesday said it has rejected India's request to allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi's VVIP flight to use its airspace for his upcoming visit to the US via Germany
China says Kashmir may not be a 'major topic' of discussion during informal summit between Narendra Modi, Xi Jinping
China said the Kashmir issue may not be a "major topic" of discussion during the planned 2nd informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping
Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh to have common high court, 108 Central laws to be applicable to UTs, says chief of State Judicial Academy
The Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh will have a common high court, state judicial academy's Director Rajeev Gupta said on Sunday.
In first militant attack in Kashmir after Centre scrapped Article 370, bullet-ridden bodies of two nomads found in Tral
This is the first militant attack after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA government abrogated provisions of Article 370 and announced bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories on 5 August