Says the recent report of the United Nations has highlighted Indian atrocities in the Indian occupied Kashmir.
Tragedy of youths killed, maimed, injured, disappeared, tortured and arbitrarily detained in IHK is known to everyone.
Indian forces enforce a security lockdown for a second straight day to stop anti-India protests.
FO also condemns the continuous Indian atrocities in the occupied territory.
The three were taken hostage when Kashmiri fighters raided over a dozen homes of police officers in 2 southern villages.
A mortar shell landed in the courtyard of the victim's house in Bhimber district, say police.
Court could allow Indians from outside Kashmir to buy property in the state and get government jobs.
Police stone-pelted by attendees of funeral that fighters may have attended, soldiers fire live rounds at mourners.
Residents say Indian troops torched two houses where the separatists were trapped.
Government forces patrol deserted streets, seal off Burhan Wani's hometown.
Teenage girl among those killed as tensions rise ahead of Burhan Wani's anniversary.
Mulk reaffirms moral, political and diplomatic support for the people of held Kashmir.
UJC chief warns against major humanitarian disaster in the face of unrelenting human rights violations by Indian forces.
BJP says "terrorism" in the region has made it "untenable" for the Hindu nationalist party to continue ruling.
Bukhari’s killing should remind Delhi and Islamabad that delaying a Kashmir resolution will only lead to more violence.
Protests erupted in held Kashmir after Eid prayers.
Indian authorities must ensure “thorough and credible” probe of Shujaat Bukhari's murder, the media watchdog says.
According to UN report, the Indian government steadfastly refused to allow UN rights observers into Jammu and Kashmir.
Political leaders condemn Shujaat Bukhari's murder, hail him as a fearless and courageous journalist.
Report on alleged rights violations in both IHK and AJK accuses Indian troops of 145 unlawful killings.
Indian troops were conducting a search operation when a gun battle ensued, according to Col Rajesh Kalia.
Police and army force mourners to stop as they carried the man's body to the graveyard.
Officials deny the claims saying that the vehicle was surrounded by a crowd of angry young men.
Assaults were the first since the army suspended operations against Kashmiri activists for Ramazan.
Indian ministry says the decision was made so that Muslims can observe the holy month “in a peaceful environment".
General Bipin Rawat warns Kashmiris that "azadi is not possible".
Kashmir appears to be perfect if one were to talk about its natural beauty. But there is also a hell in this paradise.
A teenage boy, who had been shot by Indian troops on Sunday, also dies in a hospital.
Hurriyat chief says words fail to express the pain of tragedy unfolding in region.
Police say social media has emerged as a powerful tool for recruitment of youth in militant outfits post-Burhan era.