PM Imran calls attention to plight of millions of Kashmiris "living under brutal Indian occupation, abuse and violence".
"They can only enter Soura over our bodies. We won't give even an inch of land to India," says a resident of Soura.
"All the overtures that I was making for peace and dialogue, I think they took it for appeasement," says premier.
. The UNSC slumbered for 50 years to find the embers of the Jammu & Kashmir issue still smouldering.
The media and civil society organisations can strengthen the national campaign for the Kashmir cause.
PM Imran has issued directives to PTI’s foreign chapters to prepare to stage a protest in New York on Modi’s arrival.
"Prime Minister Modi should know better. We all must raise our voices," says Congresswoman Yvette Clarke of New York.
“The police officer threatened he will throw the body into the river if we talk to media or try to make a procession.”
Indian premier says vested interests were pursuing their agenda with violent means.
The clash was the first to be reported by the authorities since India revoked occupied Kashmir's autonomy on August 5.
Historically, the Americans have only woken up and rushed to the region when the two neighbours have been on the brink.
This requires Pakistan to take on the difficult issues that it has historically ignored.
The role of the mediator and peace builder is critical.
"I think, we are helping (resolve the tense) situation" between India and Pakistan, says Trump.
Briefs French counterpart on "illegal action by India"; French President Macron to discuss Kashmir with Modi this week.
Trump reiterates offer to mediate the “explosive” situation in Kashmir.
A widow has a gun put to her head and is told to "keep quiet" by soldiers as they lead her 20-year-old son away.
“The decision was taken after considering all legal aspects,” says Foreign Minister Qureshi.
Firdous seeks nation's support to 'aggressively highlight' Kashmir issue ahead of Modi's UNGA address
Pakistan plans to pursue the matter "within the legal framework" if India does not end "war crimes" in occupied Kashmir.
Urges UNSC to take up Indian atrocities and Kashmir's right to self determination in an open session.
"That’s how the British ran the country for 200 years," says Sen in interview with Indian media.
Primary schools remain deserted as parents worried about the safety of their children keep them at home.
"If the world won't listen to us too, then what should we do? Pick up guns?" says a 25-year-old resident of Soura.
India’s direction leaves Pakistan with a dilemma.
Lost in the din of this debate is the reality of international politics.
PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif did not attend the conference.
Twitter refutes charge of bias, says no one is above its rules.
"A tough situation, but good conversations!" says Trump.
Parents said their children would stay home until cellular networks are restored and they can be in contact with them.
Shehryar Afridi says Pakistan will raise the Kashmir issue at all world forums.