Thursday, 19 September 2019, 11:57:13 pm
People continue to suffer as Occupied Kashmir remains under siege for 46th consecutive day today
The heavy deployment of Indian troops has created an atmosphere of fear, forcing the people to remain indoors.
Indian authorities disallow Yashwant Sinha to enter Srinagar
Normal life remains crippled in Kashmir valley on 45th consecutive day, today, due to restrictions and heavy presence of Indian troops.
All-party conference seeks world response to Indian atrocities in Kashmir
President of Majlis-e-Pakistan said the purpose of the conference was to send a message that all Pakistanis are one on the Kashmir cause.
Thousands hold protests in Indian Punjab to express solidarity with Kashmiris
Protesters were stopped by the police from conducting a march towards Chandigarh.
Curfew and communications blackout continue for 44th consecutive day in occupied Kashmir
The authorities relaxed restrictions to a limited extent in some areas and opened schools but the students failed to turn up as parents were unwilling to send their children to schools in view of their safety.
India wants to prolong curfew in valley for a year: Mishaal
Says Kashmir issue has become a global matter as the world demanded justice for innocent Kashmiris.
Normal life remains affected for 43rd day in occupied Kashmir
Curfew and other restrictions have generated a humanitarian crisis as shortage of daily commodities has hit hard the residents of Kashmir valley.
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