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India-Pakistan tensions escalate after deadly Kashmir attack (19.02.2019)

India says Pakistan should “stop misleading the international community” and take action against the perpetrators of a deadly militant attack in Indian Kashmir, while Islamabad warns it will swiftly retaliate if New Delhi launches any military action. Tensions between the two nuclear-armed rivals...

Rebels kill four policemen in Kashmir (11.12.2018)

[…] Policemen have become the prime targets of rebels in the restive region as the violence has seen an uptick with increased confrontations between the rebels and Indian security forces. More than 40 officers have been killed this year compared with 32 in 2017.

Nine killed as Kashmir reels from its deadliest year since 2009 (25.11.2018)

At least nine people have been killed in violence in India-administered Kashmir, capping off one of this year's deadliest weeks in the disputed region already suffering its worst bloodshed in a decade.

Pakistani Prime Minister hopes for peace talks with New Delhi after India's 2019 elections (23.10.2018)

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed to try to extend a hand of peace to archrival India following elections in the neighboring country, after a similar offer was "rebuffed."

Clashes erupt in Kashmir after Indian troops kill shepherd (27.09.2018)

Anti-India protests and clashes erupted in several places in disputed Kashmir on Thursday after Indian troops killed a young man, officials and residents said, and an Indian soldier and a rebel were killed in a separate gunbattle.

India's Modi, Pakistan's Khan discuss hopes for peace in region (31.07.2018)

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called Pakistan's Imran Khan to congratulate him on his party's victory in Pakistan's general election, and both men expressed hopes for regional peace. … Khan, widely seen as Pakistan's prime minister-in-waiting, declared in his victory speech that he wanted...

India Kashmir: Direct rule imposed after BJP quits alliance (20.06.2018)

Indian-administered Kashmir has come under direct rule after its chief minister Mehbooba Mufti resigned. She quit on Monday after the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pulled out of a coalition with her People's Democratic Party. … The BJP said "deteriorating security situation" in the state was...

UN calls for Kashmir inquiry into alleged human rights abuses (14.06.2018)

Indian security forces allegedly killed civilians, while Pakistan is accused of quashing peaceful dissent. The UN wants to launch an investigation into abuses by both countries in the disputed territory.

Pakistani military says 'no space for war' with India (05.06.2018)

Pakistan's military urges neighbouring India to respect ceasefire commitment in disputed region of Kashmir.

India, Pakistan trade fire In Kashmir (03.06.2018)

India and Pakistan exchanged fire across the Line of Control (LoC) that divides the disputed region of Kashmir, Indian officials say, days after the two neighbors agreed to uphold a 2003 cease-fire agreement.