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Kashmir group calls India's internet ban 'digital apartheid'

A report by a Kashmir-based rights group calls India's communications blackout as 'collective punishment'.

Kashmir group calls India's internet ban 'digital apartheid'

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Kashmir rebels kill Indian policemen in attack on checkpoint

Police chief says one policeman and two paramilitary officers killed in the second attack within a week.

Kashmir rebels kill Indian policemen in attack on checkpoint

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India restores high-speed internet in parts of Kashmir

High-speed internet was suspended last August, when India revoked the Muslim-majority region's autonomy.

India restores 4G internet services in two districts of Kashmir

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Meet Kashmiri cartoonist taking a dig at Indian rule

Mir Suhail speaks to Al Jazeera one year after India revoked region's limited autonomy and imposed security lockdown.

Meet Kashmiri cartoonist taking a dig at Indian rule

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Kashmir family alleges Indian forces killed three civilians

The Indian army, which initially said the dead were Pakistani 'terrorists', said it is investigating the incident.

Kashmir family alleges Indian forces killed three civilians

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UN discusses Kashmir for third time since India ended autonomy

The UN's most powerful body did not take any action or issue a statement after the virtual meeting behind closed doors.

UN discusses Kashmir for third time since India ended autonomy

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Pakistan PM reiterates support for Kashmiri self-determination

Imran Khan terms India's revocation of Kashmir's autonomy as 'illegal and unilateral'.

Pakistan PM reiterates support for Kashmiri self-determination

Opinion

The false promise of normalcy and development in Kashmir

A year after the annexation of Kashmir, the socio-economic situation has gotten worse.

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- Anam Zakaria

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In Kashmir, a year of misery

Al Jazeera profiles five Kashmiris whose lives have been adversely affected by the revocation of autonomy.

In Kashmir, a year of misery

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In Pictures: Kashmir marks a year since losing special status

India has imposed a security lockdown to prevent protests on the anniversary of the revocation of region's autonomy.

In Pictures: Kashmir marks a year since losing special status

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Activists call for 'global spotlight' on plight of Kashmiris

Black Lives Matter, Palestinian and other activists express solidarity with Kashmiris ahead of revocation anniversary.

Activists call for 'global spotlight' on plight of Kashmiris

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Curfew in Kashmir ahead of autonomy revocation anniversary

Two-day curfew imposed across Kashmir before the first anniversary of India's abolition of the region's special status.

Curfew in Kashmir ahead of autonomy revocation anniversary

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In Pictures: How India's lockdowns ruined Kashmir's economy

Kashmir's economy is yet to recover from a colossal loss a year after New Delhi scrapped the region's autonomous status.

In Pictures: How India's lockdowns ruined Kashmir's economy

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India eases rules for security forces to acquire land in Kashmir

Federal administration in disputed region ends requirement by forces to obtain a special certificate for acquiring land.

India eases rules for security forces to acquire land in Kashmir

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Indian Kashmir locks down, pilgrimage off as virus cases surge

Kashmir officials said the valley would go into lockdown until July 29, when the restrictions would be reviewed.

Indian Kashmir locks down, pilgrimage off as virus cases surge