In the absence of real news from Indian-occupied Kashmir, waves of false information have emerged online.
"Modi is riding a tiger — he thought he could get his agenda of annexation by using 900k forces to silence Kashmiris."
Sad tidings reached too late. And death certificates could not be handed out under an internet blackout.
As Kashmiris bravely face a continued siege, Gen Bajwa says Pakistan Army will "play rightful role at whatever cost".
Alhamra invited artists from all over Pakistan to participate in the exhibition titled 'Lockdown in Kashmir'
Inter-Parliamentary Union urged to send a fact-finding mission to occupied Kashmir.
More than 7 million people of the Kashmir Valley are still cut off from the internet.
Police whisked them away to a nearby police station as they tried to march through the main business area of Lal Chowk.
From funerals to schools and people's lives, the shift away from normalcy is staggering.
"When will you restore our political rights?" asks a young resident.
"Yesterday and today we have engaged in candid discussions and as friends," says Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Imran Khan joins 'human chain' event held to express solidarity with the people living under siege in occupied Kashmir.
"Puzzled as to how international media continues to give headline coverage to Hong Kong protests but ignores IOJK."
The chain will be made after Friday prayers to show solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir.
Prominent Kashmiri politicians remain detained in their own homes or in jails.
Maleeha Lodhi focusses on the "grim reality" facing children in occupied Kashmir under a repressive lockdown.
"It is not for other countries to comment on the internal affairs of India," says India's foreign ministry.
The marchers have asked the government to remove the blockade or call a UN representative so demands could be presented.
Travel advisory was issued on Aug 2 ahead of India's move to unilaterally annex occupied Kashmir.
"We are keeping a track on the situation. There is a need to intervene if the situation demands," says Kamala Harris.
Says such corridors have been set up in Syria, Iraq and other troubled areas.
Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front warns of a sit-in for an indefinite period, expresses resolve to reach Srinagar.
Imran Khan appreciates the "continued active interest" of the US Congress in the tense situation of occupied Kashmir.
The incident took place as two US senators and US Chargé d'Affaires were visiting Muzaffarabad.
“We have humbly informed the organisers there is a serious threat of Indian shelling," says divisional commissioner.
'Will continue to urge India to lift curfew, release all prisoners,' say US senators after visit to AJK
US delegation meets with AJK president, premier; expresses resolve to remain engaged for Kashmir dispute's resolution.
The meeting with National Conference President Farooq Abdullah, Vice President Omar Abdullah was held in Srinagar.
"The rights of the people of Kashmir must be respected," says Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Hundreds of pro-Kashmir demonstrators carried placards and shout slogans.
Senator Chris Van Hollen, a Karachi-born Democrat from Maryland, proposed the amendment.