'They wanted to kill us and throw our bodies into the river,' according to survivor
Indian attorney general's praise of using human shields in Kashmir flouts international human rights law
Thousands of pro-independence students walk out of schools, colleges and university campuses in Jammu and Kashmir
Activists say viral video is yet another evidence of Kashmiris being used as human shields in disputed region
Over the years, political tensions have eroded Indian Kashmir's rich musical heritage but some teenagers are keen to bring it back alive
Dozens also wounded when pro-independence crowds protest elections, saying referendum on region needed instead
After 3 more youths killed, Pakistan urges international community to stop crimes against humanity by Indian forces
Security forces have been accused of opening fire on unarmed protesters in Chadoora area
Foreign Ministry condemns India for 'preventing' pro-independence Kashmiri leaders from attending Pakistan National Day
Police said the firefight began after soldiers and police cordoned off a village outside the main city of Srinagar early Thursday, believing that two suspected militants were hiding out there.
The firefight erupted late Saturday when Indian soldiers and counter-insurgency police, acting on a tip-off, surrounded a home believed to be occupied by militants in southern Nazneenpora village.
The soldiers were returning from a search operation when the militants attacked their convoy, injuring six, three of whom later died.
Indian government using “crude, colonial-era sedition law” to “silence government critics,” according to human rights group
3 Pakistani soldiers killed in 'unprovoked' Indian shelling on Kashmir border
Separatist also slain in clashes between security forces, militants, police say
People take to streets in pro-independence demonstrations after the killing of four Kashmiri militantsw
Shutdown marks anniversary of hanging of pro-Independence leader Mohammad Maqbool Butt by Indian authorities in 1984
Ambassador condemns Indian forces' 'indiscriminate' tactics in region
Until and unless the Kashmir dispute is resolved, there will be no peace in the region, says Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
Ifthikar Ahmed was handed over to Rohina Kiani by border officials in the town of Wagah in Punjab province on Saturday evening following a long legal battle seeking his return from his father, Gulzar Ahmad Tantray.
Superintendent of police, Imtiyaz Hussain, said they had information that the militants were travelling toward the city of Srinagar.