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Developments in India-controlled Kashmir amount to military coup: Activist to Press TV
A Kashmiri activist has criticized the New Delhi government’s recent decision to strip the disputed Kashmir region of its special constitutional status, saying it seems like the restive Muslim-majority Himalayan region has been taken over by the Indian army in a “military coup,” Press TV reports.
India announces easing of brutal curfew over Kashmir
Officials in the disputed Indian-controlled Kashmir region have started restoring landline phone lines since imposing a brutal curfew and news blackout on the majority-Muslim territory in early August.
Pakistan, India exchange fire after UN meet on Kashmir
India and Pakistan exchanged "heavy" cross-border fire on Saturday, after New Delhi's move to strip the restive Kashmir region of its autonomy prompted a rare meeting of the UN Security Council.
Consequences of UK colonialism still felt in Kashmir, Hong Kong
We are still reminded of the consequences of British colonialism with the ongoing volatile situations in places such as Indian-controlled Kashmir and Hong Kong.
Pakistan says five killed by Indian fire in Kashmir flare-up
Pakistan says “unprovoked firing” by India across the heavily militarized de facto border in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has killed three soldiers and two civilians in separate incidents.
Thousands protest in Britain for Kashmir outside Indian High Commission
Thousands of people, many waving Pakistani and Kashmiri flags, protested outside the Indian High Commission in London on Thursday in support of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Pakistan’s PM vows to respond to any aggression in Kashmir
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned India that Pakistan is prepared to respond to any aggression in the disputed region of Kashmir as tensions skyrocketed between the nuclear-armed rivals in the wake of New Delhi’s revocation of the autonomy of the Muslim-majority Himalayan region.
Iran voices concern over security lockdown in Kashmir
Iran expressed concern over a security lockdown in the Indian-administered part of Kashmir, urging New Delhi to bring the situation in the Muslim-majority Himalayan region back to normal.
Britain is more involved in Kashmir's affairs than the FCO likes to admit
India’s revocation of Kashmir’s special status has attracted widespread international concern. Fears are centred on greater repression in Kashmir following the revocation of Article 370, which guaranteed the disputed region’s “special status” in India.
Pakistan cuts last remaining transport link to India over Kashmir dispute
Pakistan has suspended a bus linking Lahore to India’s capital in reaction to New Delhi’s revocation of the autonomy of the disputed Kashmir region.
Iran general urges restraint in disputed Kashmir, warns about ‘hasty’ decisions
Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri has expressed concern over tensions in the Indian-controlled Kashmir, warning that military approaches will further escalate the situation in the Himalayan district.
India, Pakistan ‘clash in Kashmir’ at delicate moment
Violent clashes have reportedly erupted between Indian and Pakistani troops along the border in Kashmir, a significant escalation at a time of already high tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad.
Pakistan's army ‘to go to any extent’ to support Kashmir
Pakistan’s army chief says the country’s military will “go to any extent” to support people in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, after New Delhi’s decision to strip the restive Muslim-majority region of its autonomous status.
India strips Kashmir of autonomous status; Pakistan warns of 'all options'
The Indian government has scrapped the special autonomy status for the disputed region of Kashmir as part of attempts to fully integrate the Muslim-majority region with the rest of the country.

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