Kashmir Conflict News
Pakistan slams India's move to alter J&K's domicile law, accuses New Delhi of 'taking advantage' of global focus on coronavirus
Pakistan has been unsuccessfully trying to drum up international support against India for withdrawing Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5 and bifurcating it into two Union territories.
Post Article 370, Pakistan facing policy crises on Kashmir; creating unrest in Valley to internationalise issue Islamabad's last arrow
Pakistan wants to do something spectacular to pump oxygen into the Kashmir issue that is fast becoming redundant due to fatigue and, also, losing legitimacy, with its sharp turn towards Islamic State-styled caliphate jihadism
Situation of Kashmiris unsustainable, must change, German chancellor Angela Merkel tells reporters on Delhi trip
The conditions in which the people of Kashmir are living are "unsustainable" and must be improved, German chancellor Angela Merkel told German media on Delhi trip
Formation of J&K and Ladakh UTs 'unlawful and void', says China; India slams Beijing, says bifurcation of state internal affair, stay out of it
India on Thursday hit back at China over its objection to the bifurcation of J&K into two Union Territories, saying the reorganisation is entirely its internal affair and it does not expect other countries to comment on such matters
EU MPs' Kashmir visit: Congress asks how 'international business broker' Madi Sharma has access to PMO while farmers, unemployed youth don't
The Congress on Wednesday questioned how an "international business broker" like Madi Sharma, who is alleged to have organised the private visit of European Union parliamentarians to Kashmir, have access to the Prime Minister's Office
Terrorists shoot dead five migrant labourers in Jammu and Kashmir: Killings reminiscent of 1990s, but militants also resorting to new strategies
Terrorists in the Kashmir Valley have repeatedly attacked people from other states over the past three decades.
Manmohan Singh to attend Kartarpur Corridor inauguration on 9 November as common man, says Pakistan's Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Pakistan foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh would attend the Kartarpur Corridor inauguration ceremony on 9 November as a common man.
Manmohan Singh to visit Sri Kartarpur Gurdwara in Pakistan on Amarinder Singh's invite on 9 November
The news comes after reports that Pakistan too had invited Manmohan Singh to attend the inaugural ceremony of the landmark Kartarpur Corridor in November
Inviting ex-PM Manmohan Singh instead of Narendra Modi for inauguration of Kartarpur Corridor is latest instance of Pakistan's mischief
Recently, Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has announced his decision to formally invite former prime minister Manmohan Singh, instead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to attend the inaugural ceremony of the landmark Kartarpur Corridor in November
US presses New Delhi to ease restriction in Kashmir, says Donald Trump is 'willing to mediate' to lower tensions between India-Pakistan
The United States wants New Delhi to quickly ease restrictions imposed in Kashmir, a senior official said on Thursday, declaring Donald Trump's willingness to mediate to ease tensions between India and Pakistan over the territory
Caught between diplomatic skirmishes of India and Pakistan, Kashmiris respond with eerie calm that benefits neither
While the situation in Kashmir is not good enough for India to project peace and claim the people’s confidence in its rule, it's not bad enough for Pakistan to corner India diplomatically and highlight popular resistance to New Delhi's rule
'Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir is part of India,' says MEA: A look at region's origin, history and geopolitical importance
Amid rising rhetoric on Kashmir from both sides of the Line of Control, India on Tuesday said that Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is a part of the country and New Delhi expects to have "physical jurisdiction" over the area "one day".
'No change in nuclear policy,' clarifies Pakistan's foreign office after Imran Khan says Islamabad will never start war with India
There is no change in Pakistan's nuclear policy, the Foreign Office has said, hours after Prime Minister Imran Khan vowed that his country will never ever start a war with India, amid escalating tensions between the nuclear powers over the Kashmir issue
Narendra Modi govt has managed Kashmir well so far, but litmus test will come when restrictions are relaxed
What Narendra Modi will ultimately be judged on is his willingness to preserve and indeed enhance the ordinary Kashmiri’s dignity.
Pakistan will 'never ever start war with India' says Imran Khan amid escalating tensions between countries
Pakistan will never ever start a war with India, Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday, amid tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours over Kashmir.
Imran Khan is clearly trying to address a western audience, and his claims are incumbent on a belief that his bluffs, misleading statements and plain lies will go undetected
'Deeply concerned' about situation in Kashmir, says US Senator and presidential contender Bernie Sanders
US Senator and Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders told a gathering that he was "deeply concerned" about the situation in Kashmir and asked the US government to "speak out boldly" in support of a UN-backed peaceful resolution to resolve the issue.
Narendra Modi made Jammu and Kashmir inseparable part of India in 'one go', says Amit Shah in Gandhinagar
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a firm decision and made Jammu and Kashmir an inseparable part of India in "one go", Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday, referring to the Centre's historic decision to revoke the border state's special status and bifurcate it
Central ministers to visit Jammu and Kashmir one by one; political leaders to be released at 'convenient time': Official
Central ministers will visit Jammu and Kashmir one by one to assess the situation, look into the implementation of development programmes and try to interact with people in the coming days, a senior government functionary said on Thursday
Comparing Modi govt's Kashmir decision with Emergency absurd; temporary restrictions necessary to correct Valley's dystopian reality
Liberal angst over Kashmir could have been cute, were it not for the unintentional black humour permeating their 'serious' arguments.