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‘The situation in Kashmir was always normal,’ India claims
India claims Kashmir is, and has always been, experiencing "total normalcy," strict restrictions following scrapping the disputed region’s autonomy notwithstanding.
Shops shuttered, streets deserted as Kashmir loses special status and is divided
Shops and offices were shut in Indian Kashmir on Thursday and the streets largely deserted as federal authorities formally revoked the restive state’s constitutional autonomy and split it into two federal territories.
Far-right EU lawmakers visit Kashmir amid unrest
Clashes have broken out in Indian-controlled Kashmir while about 30 far-right European lawmakers were on a contentious visit to the disputed Himalayan region.
India holds local elections in Kashmir amid boycott by many political parties
The Indian government has held local elections in Indian-controlled Kashmir amid a boycott by most political parties, which have branded the vote as “undemocratic.”
India again halts text messaging services in Kashmir
The Indian government has blocked text messaging services for mobile phones in the Indian-administered Kashmir only a day after a communication lockdown had been partially terminated in the disputed region.
Xi, Modi bid to bury Sino-Indian differences
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Saturday for a "new era" in relations with China as he held talks with President Xi Jinping, aiming to overcome troublesome differences between the world's two most populous nations.
Pakistani PM travels to China to discuss Kashmir
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has traveled to China on a two-day visit to discuss the situation in Kashmir, which Pakistan disputes with India, as well as other issues.
Grenade attack in Kashmir injures 10 amid India clampdown
A grenade attack in Kashmir's southern city of Anantnag has injured 10 people, including a traffic policeman and a journalist, police says to ANI and on Twitter, blaming "terrorists."
Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over shelling in Kashmir
Pakistan has summoned India’s deputy high commissioner in the wake of a recent ceasefire violation by Indian forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
India tightens restrictions in Kashmir after Imran Khan's UN address
Following an address to the UN General Assembly by Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, who condemned India’s behavior in Kashmir, authorities in the region have tightened restrictions on people’s movements.
Pakistan's PM warns of ‘bloodbath’ in Kashmir
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan says a “bloodbath” will take place in Indian-administered Kashmir when India lifts its “inhuman” curfew imposed when New Delhi stripped the disputed region of its autonomous status.
Indian officials deny clampdown on Kashmir
Since India stripped Kashmir of its autonomous status in August, not even a single prayer has been offered in mosques across the Muslim majority Kashmir. Indian officials claim these precautionary measures are taken to prevent large religious gatherings from turning into anti-India demonstrations.
Indian crackdown kills fresh produce market in Kashmir
This is the peak of the Apple harvest season in Kashmir: the fruit market, which would otherwise be full of the hustle and bustle of growers, traders, and buyers, wears a deserted look today. This is Asia’s second largest fruit market.
Senior pro-India politician formally arrested in Kashmir
Indian forces have formally arrested a senior pro-India Kashmiri politician under a controversial law that allows authorities to imprison people for up to two years without charge or trial.
India's top court tells gov’t to restore normal life to Kashmir
India’s top court said on Monday the federal government should restore normal life in Kashmir as soon as possible, as a partial shutdown of the disputed region entered its 42nd day.

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