Social media applications that allow “peer to peer” communication continue to be banned.
The judgement will usher in an era of greater respect for basic human and fundamental rights, says advocate.
"The onus is on Islamabad to create an environment for engagement," says Indian spokesperson.
"We will continue to raise the issue until such time their right for self-determination is not granted," says Qureshi.
PM says he's never faced the kind of "public attitude" that he faced in the last year due to tough economic decisions.
Remaining an inactive observer along LoC will be "difficult" if Indian military attacks continue, says Imran.
Pankaj Mishra and Mirza Waheed exchange thoughts about the Babri verdict, protests and roots of the current crisis.
FM reaches Qatar; will meet Qatari counterpart Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman.
Chinese official rubbishes claims the issue did not get much support from UNSC members during Wednesday's review.
FM Qureshi is on the final leg of his tri-state tour of Iran, Saudi Arabia and the US to defuse regional tensions.
Foreign minister was speaking at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.
PM Imran chairs meeting on the situation in occupied Kashmir a day after the UNSC holds closed-door discussions.
India will invite PM Imran Khan to attend SCO meeting which will be hosted by India later this year: ministry.
Meeting decides to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5 in a befitting manner.
Kashmir has been reaffirmed as an internationally recognised dispute, says Foreign Minister Qureshi after UNSC meeting.
India has already stopped importing palm oil from Malaysia by asking importers to look elsewhere.
“The issue of India and Pakistan is always on the agenda of the Security Council,” says Chinese Ambassador Zhang Jun.
The body is likely to receive a briefing by UN Military Observer Group over situation along LoC.
Last week Indian Supreme Court ruled internet ban violated "fundamental rights", ordering govt to review measure.
Editorial: India is desperately trying to show the world that things are running normally in occupied Kashmir
If India has nothing to hide, why is it not allowing European officials to freely tour occupied Kashmir?
Thousands of Kashmiris regularly spend hours journeying on a packed train just so that they can go online.
Alice Wells says Washington is closely following foreign diplomats’ visit to the region.
Officer belongs to Indian police's counterinsurgency unit that has been widely accused of some of the worst violations.
Ambassador Munir Akram says signals from India of "aggressive intent" towards Pakistan are "unmistakable".
Orders government to review all restrictive orders within a week.
European diplomats say "will visit later and meet people they want to meet".
Kashmiri journalists condemn ban on internet; Indian government's restrictions on media in the Valley.
Banihal, a two-hour train ride from Srinagar, is the nearest town with any access.
FM Qureshi says India must be made to allow a UN mission in the occupied valley.
“Cumulative effect of a series of actions, including what happened in Kashmir. We seem to know we are isolated."