Hundreds of Pakistanis have rallied in the capital, Islamabad, against the imminent visit of India's interior minister, Rajnath Singh.
Hospitals in Kashmir are overwhelmed, with hundreds of wounded patients pouring in every day.
Upping the ante, Pakistan on Thursday described slain Hizbul commander Burhan Wani and other militants as people "fighting for freedom" and accused Indian security forces of committing "state-terrorism" in Kashmir.
Strongly hitting back at Pakistan for raising in the UN the issue of the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani, India has said Pakistan "extols" the "virtues" of terrorists and uses terrorism as a state policy towards the "misguided end" of coveting the territory of others.
The ongoing curfew in most places of the Kashmir Valley continued on Thursday as the separatists decided to extend the protest shutdown for another two days.
Strongly hitting back at Pakistan for raising in the UN the issue of the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani, India has said Pakistan "extols" the "virtues" of terrorists.
Expressing regret over the loss of lives and injuries in Kashmir, UN chief Ban Ki-moon has called on all parties to exercise "maximum restraint."
Union minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday took a dig at Pakistan for accusing India of committing human rights violations in Kashmir.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday chaired a high-level meeting to discuss the violent unrest in the Kashmir Valley following the killing of Burhan Wani.
A soldier was killed on Monday along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district when the army battled guerrillas who tried to sneak in from Pakistan.
Hundreds of Amarnath pilgrims were stranded in Kashmir as Srinagar-Jammu national highway remained out of bounds.
Normal life continued to remain paralysed for the third consecutive day on Monday in violence-hit Kashmir Valley due to curfew-like restrictions.
lleging human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan on Sunday demanded "a fair and impartial" plebiscite to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
The US has said that India and Pakistan must determine the pace, scope and character of talks on the Kashmir issue.
If thousands of Kashmiris are seen cheering PM Narendra Modi on Monday, it would be a mammoth PR triumph for both the government and the PM.
Three militants were killed as army troops foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in poll—bound Kupwara district of north Kashmir.
Softening its stand on AFSPA in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP said that the party will create an atmosphere where such a "stringent" law would not be required.
This isn’t the first time leaders from India and Pakistan have been forced to play to the galleries.
Modi will hold his first talks with President Ashraf Ghani during the summit as he seeks India's involvement in a country that Pakistan sees as its backyard.
Musharraf, who was forced to resign in 2008 after his supporters lost, returned to Pakistan in 2013 after over four years of self-exile but faces a slew of cases.