Militancy in Kashmir
dirty war in kashmir The Dirty War in Kashmir: In Shujaat Bukhari’s words

Shujaat Bukhari (1968-2018) was a journalist based in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. On June 14, 2018, Shujaat was brutally gunned down outside his office.

Indian forces moving towards protesters in Kashmir's Shopian district. (Photo: Kamran Yousuf/ Newsclick) One civilian killed, over 80 injured in police crackdown on protests in Kashmir

Residents came out on to the streets against cordon and search operations by the Indian security forces. The police and the army used live fire, shotguns and pellet guns against the civilian protesters

Biweekly bar on civilian traffic on highway sparks anger in Kashmir

Political parties and civil society have lashed out at the government’s decision to allow only military vehicles and convoys to use the Srinagar-Jammu Highway on Sundays and Wednesdays till May 31. Residents alleged it was a move to turn Kashmir into another Gaza

Kashmir Peoples Dispatch [Photo Essay] Kashmir: Everyday life under the military gaze

Glimpse of everyday life in highly militarized Kashmir after the February 15 suicide attack in Pulwama which almost brought India and Pakistan at the brink of war.

India Pakistan LoC Pakistan offers to release captured Indian air force pilot, calls for de-escalation

Both India and Pakistan attempted cross-border air incursions into the airspace of the other, in the last two days, in the biggest escalation of tensions since the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks

Pulwama attack Threat of military crackdown looms in Kashmir after massive blast targets Indian forces

More than 40 Indian paramilitary personnels were killed after an explosive-laden vehicle rammed into their convoy

Anjum Habib Of five years behind bars as a Kashmiri political prisoner

Activist Anjum Habib takes about the conditions in Indian women’s prisons, her work as an activist, and the ongoing conflict in Kashmir

Dozens injured as security forces fire on protesters in Kashmir

Hundreds had gathered in south Kashmir in the aftermath of the killing of a militant commander by security forces on Saturday. At least one civilian is believed to be in a critical condition

Government forces near the encounter site Seven civilians killed in Kashmir by Indian forces

Authorities have disabled mobile internet facility in entire South Kashmir comprising four districts.

Srinagar house on fire Civilian killed in militant-police crossfire in Kashmir’s capital

A report released by the Indian Home Ministry reveals that in 2017-18, Kashmir has witnessed a 167% increase in civilian killings

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