In Kashmir, the Indian government is always watching | South China Morning Post
Constant surveillance, long a mainstay of New Delhi’s approach to managing the restive state, has whipped residents into near paranoia as drones fly over Friday prayers in mosques and police inspect journalists’ cameras.مزید پڑھ: PTV News
UN rights commissioner expresses concern over prevailing situation in Occupied KashmirI am deeply concerned about the impact of recent actions by Indian government in Kashmir: Bachelet
Love letters and landlines return in cut-off KashmirKashmir: Letters and landlines return to cut-off region The isolation is exacerbated by an unprecedented communications blockade: landline phones, mobiles & internet were s us pended. Kashmir sunk into what a local editor called an 'information black hole.”
Curfew enters 35th day in Occupied Kashmir - 92 News HD PlusCurfew and communication blockade continued at 35th day in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) from Aug us t 5 scraping of the special stat us of Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan rubbishes Indian efforts to portray ‘normalcy’ in IoK - 92 News HD PlusISLAMABAD (92 News ) – Pakistan rubbished Indian efforts to portray a totally false picture of ‘normalcy’ in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK).
If world doesn’t intervene in Kashmir issue, all will suffer: USA Today - 92 News HD PlusWASHINGTON (92 News ) – American news paper also urged the world to intervene the Indian brutalities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK).
India should not be given any more concession: Aviation minister Ghulam SarwarModi government was least bothered about its “reprehensible” conduct in Kashmir, Sarwar added.