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United Nations

New York: Thousands rally for human rights in Kashmir

Members of various faith, ethnic groups rally to stand with Kashmir and pledge their fight will go on.

New York: Thousands rally for human rights in Kashmir

Kashmir

Besieged Kashmiris hail Imran Khan's UN speech

Kashmiris facing a crippling 55-day lockdown imposed by India welcome Pakistani PM's statements at UN General Assembly.

'We're not alone': Besieged Kashmiris hail Imran Khan's UN speech

Kashmir

Kashmir: Khan at UN warns of 'bloodbath', Modi silent

At UNGA, Imran Khan accuses India of 'cruelty' in Kashmir while his Indian counterpart doesn't mention ongoing lockdown.

Pakistan PM warns of 'bloodbath' in Kashmir, India's Modi silent

United Nations

Imran Khan: What will Modi do when Kashmir curfew is lifted?

In his speech, the Pakistan prime minister talked about the Kashmir issue and the escalating tensions with India.

Asia

Kashmir lockdown limits people's access to mental healthcare

Doctors are now warning that India's recent move revoking autonomy in Indian-administered Kashmir and its security lockdown are limiting people's access to mental healthcare services.

Opinion

Hong Kong, Kashmir, Palestine: Ruins of British empire on fire

The people of Hong Kong, Kashmir and Palestine have long histories of resistance to oppression.

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

Kashmir

Crackdown on lawyers narrows road to justice in Kashmir

Lawyers go on strike after security forces arrest senior advocates amid unprecedented lockdown imposed on August 5.

Crackdown on lawyers narrows road to justice in Kashmir

India

Trump reiterates offer to mediate Kashmir crisis

Trump first offered to mediate Kashmir conflict during Imran Khan's bilateral visit to Washington, DC in July.

US President Trump reiterates offer to mediate Kashmir crisis

Asia

Kashmir unrest prevents students from returning to school

It has been seven weeks since the Indian government revoked the region's autonomy and shut off phones and the internet.

United States

In New York, Muslims rally in solidarity with Kashmir

Organisers estimate nearly 3,000 people attended annual parade, which focused on security lockdown in Kashmir.

Kashmir in focus at Muslim Day Parade in New York

Kashmir

In Pictures: Night raids, arrests amid Kashmir lockdown

Families recount raids in their houses at night to arrest young Kashmiris and the vigils they're holding to avoid them.

In Pictures: Night raids, arrests amid Kashmir lockdown

Kashmir

Kashmiris struggle to meet loved ones in Indian jails

Officials say about 250 of 4,000 arrested since August 5 were moved to various Indian jails outside the disputed region.

'We hugged and cried': Families struggle to meet jailed Kashmiris

Kashmir

India's crackdown leaves it with few allies in Kashmir

Arrest of veteran politician under the stringent Public Security Act shocks the region undergoing a crippling lockdown.

Farooq Abdullah's arrest leaves India with few allies in Kashmir

AJ Impact

Kashmir economy in tailspin as apples rot in orchards

Economy slumps in Indian-administered Kashmir amid violent unrest over PM Modi's move to strip region of its autonomy.

Kashmir economy in tailspin as apples rot in orchards

India

The savvy startup founder who helps Kashmiris overcome crackdown

Javid Parsa, a young restauranteur, uses his social media stardom to connect Kashmiris and get medicine to patients.

The savvy startup founder who helps Kashmiris overcome crackdown