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.Constant monitoring has whipped residents into near paranoia, as drones fly over Friday prayers in mosques and police inspect cameras The revocation of Kashmir’s special status has led to increased surveillance, long a mainstay of New Delhi’s approach to managing the restive state 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.