Youm-e-Istehsal: Timeline of one year of siege in Occupied Kashmir

Youm-e-Istehsal: Timeline of one year of siege in Occupied Kashmir

PM Imran again urges U.S. President, U.N. to resolve Kashmir dispute

He said "Modi is a life member of this (RSS) extremist outfit."

Pakistan to use power of speech for Kashmir cause: PM Imran

Tony Ashai thanked PM Imran for effectively raising the issue of Kashmir at international level.

U.N. Security Council to meet on Kashmir today at China's request

The council will meet behind closed doors for the first time since a similar gathering in August.

U.S. panel recommends sanctions against Indian ministers over legislation to strip Muslims of citizenship

The panel is a bipartisan body that makes foreign policy recommendations to the U.S. leadership.

Pakistan challenges India's eligibility for UN Security Council membership

Mr Munir Akram said New Delhi has been blatantly violating 15-member body resolutions.

One dead, 34 injured in grenade blast in Srinagar

This is the second grenade blast in Srinagar in 15 days.

U.S. supporting Pakistan's demand to resolve Kashmir dispute: US Senator

Mr Qureshi said PM Imran Khan has raised voice against Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.

PM Khan departs for Pakistan after brief layover in Jeddah

PM Khan said struggle and freedom were a constant process and it must continue.

India committing terror in Kashmir for 30 years: Pakistan submits rejoinder in UN

"India is committing state terrorism in occupied Jammu and Kashmir for the last 30 years."

SCI forms bench to hear petitions against abrogation of Articles 370, 35A from Oct 1

According to media reports, the bench will begin the hearing on October 1.

Mehbooba Mufti appreciates PM Imran's speech at UNGA

"Let us stand with Kashmir as the inhuman siege imposed to cage and repress Kashmiris must end."

Kashmiris praise PM Imran Khan for his impassioned speech for their rights

Jammu and Kashmir remained under severe military siege for 56th consecutive day on Saturday.

PM Khan says after Cuban crisis, it is first time two nuclear-armed states confront each other

The prime minister said minorities including Muslims and Christians were not safe in India.

48th day of curfew: India continues to violate human rights in occupied Kashmir

Forcefully tightening its grip on the Himalayan region, India has been violating basic human rights.

Humanitarian crises in Kashmir: Life remains paralysed on 46th day

Indian troops have been using pellet guns, canes and teargas shells on the rallies.

Amnesty chief vows to defy Modi regime's bid to crush criticism over Kashmir crackdown

"On the Kashmir question, on various human rights questions in India itself, we are not intimidated"

DW exposes India's claims of 'all is well' in occupied Kashmir

"We don't believe India," Kashmiris told Deutsche Welle.

Pro-Khalistan Sikhs and Pakistanis hold protest against India over human rights' violations

Zulfi Bukhari, held meetings with Muslim organisations in New York for staging protest against Modi.

Nuclear war's consequences are inconceivable: PM Khan warns world

Pakistan has been approaching every international forum for resolution of the longstanding dispute

Third-party mediation only solution to Kashmir dispute: Qureshi

"We want peace, but in the east, we are facing nuclear-armed and aggressive expansionist India."

Humanitarian crisis worsens in Kashmir as besiege enters 35th day

Yesterday, Indian troops used pellet guns, canes and teargas shells on a Muharram procession.

Pakistan denies use of airspace to Indian President Ram Nath

"The decision has been taken in view of India's behaviour," FM Qureshi stated.

'No country can take Pakistan's position': foreign ministers of UAE, KSA

Representatives of Saudi Arabia and the UAE explained their stance on the Kashmir dispute.

British MPs agree to work for alleviation of Kashmiris' sufferings

Mr Nafees Zakaria lauded all British parliamentarians for becoming voice for Kashmiris.

Humanitarian crisis in Kashmir: Besiege enters 32nd day

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

Pakistan exposes India's oppression in Kashmir in Asian Parliamentary Assembly

To this, Indian delegation constantly interrupted his speech and started making noise.

Pakistan will go to any extent for Kashmir's protection: DG ISPR

He will also brief the media about the prevailing security situation of the country.

Asad Majeed alarms world powers to analyse Kashmir dispute between nuclear-armed rivals

Khan, in an interview with Newsweek, stated that "things are getting worse" in Kashmir.

Kashmir's freedom movement: Thousands march to Indian High Commission in London

AJK PM Raja Farooq Haider Khan led the rally in front of Indian High Commission.

Absence of dead bodies doesn't mean normalcy: Srinagar Mayor

The mayor termed the 'assumption' that life in Kashmir was normal as "highly unrealistic".

Pakistan awaits Kashmir dispute resolution as besiege under India enters 30th day

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

Massive protest to be carried out in support of Kashmir's freedom movement in London today

AJK PM Raja Farooq Haider Khan and former AJK premier Sultan Mehmood will participate in the rally.

Pro-Pak Army rally held in Srinagar, Kashmiris raise DG ISPR's posters

The pro-Pakistan army rally was carried out in Srinagar.

Kashmir dispute can be resolved through dialogue, war is not solution: PM Imran

He said Modi government was working on the ideology of the extremist RSS.

AI condemns atrocities in Kashmir; urges transparency in Assam as India strips 1.9 million of citizenship

Patel expressed deep concern over the functioning of the 100 and more Foreigners Tribunals.

Beginning of the end 'InshaAllah': says ISPR as India booked 30 students for waving Pakistan's flag

India on Saturday booked 30 students for 'waving Pakistan flags inside Perambra Silver College.'

Kashmir besieged for 29th day as humanitarian crisis worsens

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

India has left no room for dialogue: Sheikh Rasheed

"I invite all members of the opposition parties to get united for the cause of Kashmir."

Humanitarian crisis in Kashmir: India continues oppression on 28th day of curfew

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

Maleeha warns of humanitarian crisis to worsen in besieged Kashmir

She called India's decision to revoke Kashmir's special status as illegal and illegitimate.

Qureshi pens letter to OIC for holding meeting on sidelines of UNGA session

"It is a diplomatic achievement of Pakistan that Kashmir issue is being talked about across world."

West needs to understand ideology of Indian extremist party RSS: PM Imran

The premier said United Nations had given special status to the disputed valley of occupied Kashmir.

Pakistan flag waved in India's Kerala, over 30 students booked

The flags were allegedly waved during preparations for college union elections.

Humanitarian crisis in Kashmir: India continues oppression on 27th day of curfew

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

Pakistan ready for 'conditional' bilateral talks with India: Qureshi

He added that Pakistan has never refuted dialogue, but India has not been showing any sign of it.

PM Khan alarms world on 'ethnic cleansing of Muslims' under Modi regime

Modi, who supports the project in Assam, has pledged to roll the process out across the country.

Desperate measures: India plans massive hiring for govt employees in Kashmir

Malik spoke hours after India's top court took up challenges to ending Kashmir's special status.

India preparing for massive genocide in Srinagar; deploys sharpshooters

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

Kashmir dispute to be settled during PM Khan and Gen Bajwa's tenure: Sheikh Rasheed

The minister vowed to not take a rest until freedom of Kashmir.

Nation to observe 'Kashmir Hour'on Friday

National Anthem and the anthem of Kashmir will be sung, traffic will be halted and sirens will blare

Pakistan calls for strengthening UNMOGIP

Maleeha Lodhi said midnight raids by Indian forces have been intensified.

Humanitarian crisis in Kashmir: India continues oppression and violation of Int'l laws

Kashmir has been an epicenter of wars between Pakistan and India for several decades.

Besieged Kashmir: Life remains paralysed for 23rd day

The people of the region have been suffering from immense difficulties due to communication blackout

Situation in Kashmir worse than being perceived outside: CPI leader Raja

Raja was included in 11-member delegation of opposition parties intending to visit Srinagar.

UAE honouring Modi reflects non-concern over human rights' violations and Int'l Law: MAPIM

"We register our disgust and abhorrence to India's Narendra Modi receiving the UAE honour," it said.

Curfew in occupied Kashmir enters 22nd day

The people of the region have been suffering from immense difficulties due to communication blackout

BJP MP Subramanian hurts Sikhs' sentiments by pushing govt to abandon Kartarpur corridor

The BJP MP also claimed that Kashmir was a Hindu state before it was "attacked by Islam" in 1190.

Pakistan hasn't kept 'sparklers and spices' for Shab-e-Barat: Sh Rasheed

"Actually, now has the time come for the creation of Pakistan with its completeness," he said.

Awaiting for resolution, besieged Kashmir suffers 21st day of curfew

Over 10,000 Kashmiris including hundreds of political leaders and workers have been detained.

Modi's mistake will resolve Kashmir dispute: Sh Rasheed

"No crops will be grown in India, in case of an attack on Pakistan," he said.

Protesters chant 'Modi terrorist' slogans upon his arrival at UNESCO in Paris

Modi accompanied by his delegation was present in the building during the protest.

Trump to discuss Kashmir dispute with Modi in G7 summit sidelines

"The Indian leadership will in all probability attempt a false flag operation to divert attention."

Kashmir protesters defy restrictions, clash with security forces

"Long live Pakistan," the cleric said, as worshippers roared back in approval.

Genocide Watch urges UN to warn India to not commit massacre in Kashmir

The organisation gave a list of risk factors for a genocide that are early warnings of massacres.

Modi unlikely to hold talks; military tensions escalating: PM Khan

PM Khan asserted that all possible efforts were made to negotiate with the Indian government.

Water level in Sutlej rises up to 20ft at Ganda Singhwala in Kasur

Currently, River Sutlej has risen to dangerous level of 20ft, only 2ft short of the dead level.

Situation in besieged Kashmir intensifies as India's curfew enters 17th day

At least eight protesters sustained critical wounds as Indian forces fired pellet guns and tear-gas.

Thousands arrested in occupied Kashmir as curfew enters 16th day

According to reports, more than 4,000 people have been arrested by Indian forces.

Qureshi condemns continued lockdown of entire population of occupied Kashmir

Pakistan’s position is based on UN Charter principles: FM Qureshi

4,000 detained in Kashmir since autonomy stripped

Around 6,000 people were medically examined at a couple of places in Srinagar.

India reimposes movement curbs on parts of Kashmir's main city after clashes

In the past 24 hours, there has been a series of protests against New Delhi.

Australian journalist CJ Werleman exposes Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir

International community expresses its concern over violations of human rights in Kashmir.

No surprise! Modi appears among 'top ten criminals' in google search

'Google' has always showed the criminal face of the current Indian premiere.

'World must take notice of Rajnath Singh's irresponsible statement'

"The Council's meeting has exposed Indian claims that Kashmir was an internal matter."

People of Jammu and Kashmir should not be treated as pawns: Amnesty International

Kumi Naidoo, Secretary General of Amnesty International, issued statement yesterday.

President Alvi urges world to pay attention to RSS, BJP agenda

The president said Hitler is a textbook hero in Modi‘s Gujarat.

Indian activists barred from showing videos of current situation in desolated Kashmir

Kavita Krishnan said the situation is "absolutely not normal", contrary to reports by Indian news.

RSS goons are being sent to occupied Kashmir: PM Imran Khan

The premier took to Twitter, and warned the international community of grave repercussions.