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Oct 16, 2016
As Kashmir unrest enters 100th day, separatists mull over alternatives to strikesThe churning in Kashmir completed 100 days on Saturday with no end in sight to the spate of protests, curfews and shutdowns that have kept the Valley on the boil since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani on 8 July. However, a new debate has been recently resonating among the masses over whether the separatist leadership should revisit their strike strategy.
Sep 25, 2016
Kashmir curfew lifted: Valley returns to normalcy with busy markets, traffic jamsIt was for the first time in last over two-and-half months that the Sunday market stayed open at Lal Chowk, Kashmir’s main market, which had usually seen deserted roads and closed shops. The curfew, which was imposed in the Valley for the last 79 days, was lifted from all parts of Kashmir on Sunday but restrictions on an assembly of people remained in force in most areas as a precautionary measure.
Sep 14, 2016
International probe into Kashmir violence crucial, says UN rights chiefAmid continuing unrest in Kashmir, the UN Human Rights chief has said it is crucial that an independent, impartial and international mission be given free access to Indian as well as Pakistan-administered Kashmir to assess the situation on both sides of the border.
Aug 12, 2016
Kashmiri separatists call for 'Pakistan Day' flag ceremonies even as unrest continuesA further cause for worry perhaps are the celebrations planned for 'Pakistan Day' in the Kashmir Valley.
Jul 11, 2016
Amarnath Yatra suspended for third consecutive day over Kashmir unrestNo yatri was allowed to move towards the Kasmir Valley from winter capital Jammu to perform the Amarnath Yatra for the third consecutive day on Monday, police said.