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  • Pakistan condemns restrictions on Eid Milad-un-Nabi congregations in India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir

    The Foreign Office (FO) on Sunday condemned the restrictions imposed by Indian authorities on congregations in occupied Kashmir on Eid Milad-un-Nabi...

    "All roads leading to the Hazratbal Shrine in Srinagar and other holy shrines and mosques in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir were sealed by the Indian occupation forces to stop any processions on this auspicious occasion, which is traditionally observed by Kashmiris with great...

  • Pakistan condemns India's campaign of 'harassment and intimidation' of media in occupied Kashmir: FO

    The Foreign Office (FO) on Sunday condemned India's repression of the media in occupied Kashmir and called for an end to the "campaign of harassment and intimidation"...

    In a statement issued on World Press Freedom Day, FO spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said: "We express solidarity with the journalist fraternity in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, which continues to face a relentless campaign of harassment and intimidation...

  • India irked over reference to occupied Kashmir in Pak-China joint statement

    India is irked by the reference to occupied Kashmir in a joint statement issued by Pakistan and China following Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi's visit to Pakistan on September 7-8, The Hindu newspaper reported...

    According to The Hindu, Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar on Tuesday rejected the Pak-China joint statement and called on Pakistan and China to stop China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) related...

  • HONY: The deleted images from Pakistan

    Quite a few pictures from Pakistan on the popular photoblog Humans of New York’s (HONY) have recently been recovered...

    According to sources, Brandon Stanton, who was recently in Pakistan publishing heart-warming images from the country on HONY’s Facebook page, had deleted a few sets of images...

  • Indian pellet guns in occupied Kashmir kill, blind and enrage

    Doctors are fighting to save the right eye of Hiba Jan, the 20-month-old who has become an emblem of India's devastating and highly contentious use of pellet-firing shotguns in occupied Kashmir...

    India began deploying the pump-action guns, which spew 600 metal shards at high velocity at a time, in the restive part of Kashmir it occupies in 2010, since then killing dozens and maiming thousands...

  • Rouhani expresses concern over 'killing of innocent people' in occupied Jammu and Kashmir

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, during a telephonic conversation with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, expressed concern over the "atrocities and killing of innocent people in occupied Jammu and Kashmir," a statement released by the Prime Minister's Office said...

    The call was made as part of PM Imran's outreach to world leaders with a view to apprise them of the grave situation in the region and to urge them to take action... ...

  • Genocide Watch issues two alerts for India: occupied Kashmir and Assam

    Genocide Watch, an organisation that focuses on preventing genocide, has issued two warning alerts for India — one for occupied Kashmir and the other for Assam state...

    The other two levels of Genocide Alerts are Genocide Warning, when the genocidal process has reached the stages of preparation by perpetrators and persecution of a targeted group, and Genocide Emergency, which is declared when the genocidal process has reached the...

  • In call with PM Imran, French and Jordanian leaders say 'closely observing' occupied Kashmir situation

    Prime Minister Imran Khan in his resolve to highlight the human rights violations in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday telephoned French President Emmanuel Macron and Jordanian King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein to apprise both leaders of the current situation in the disputed territory...

    The premier had, in a televised address on Monday, vowed to "act as Kashmir's ambassador" and discuss the issue on every platform...

  • Lives and businesses of occupied Kashmir's residents aren't safe, says Qureshi

    Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Sunday said that he "wished" that the Indian government would take the responsibility of protecting Muslims in occupied Kashmir whose businesses and lives are no longer safe...

    In a press talk in Karachi, Qureshi said: "We want to assure every community in Pakistan, whether Hindu, Sikh or Christian that protection of your lives and property is the government's responsibility...

  • India moves to divide occupied Jammu and Kashmir amid harsh security clampdown, protests

    India will formally split up occupied Jammu and Kashmir into two federal territories on Thursday, aiming to tighten its grip on the restive region that has been in the grip of a harsh security clampdown for nearly three months...

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government withdrew occupied Kashmir’s autonomy in August but in addition, it also announced its division into two territories to be directly ruled from...

  • Shops shuttered, streets deserted as occupied Kashmir loses special status and is divided

    Shops and offices were shut in Indian occupied Kashmir on Thursday and the streets largely deserted as federal authorities formally revoked the restive area’s constitutional autonomy and split it into two federal territories...

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision in August to change occupied Kashmir’s status and tighten its grip over the region has stoked anger and resentment among Kashmiris...

  • Pakistan says will not invite occupied Kashmir speaker to commonwealth conference

    ISLAMABAD: Special Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs and National Security, Sartaj Aziz, on Saturday said Pakistan will "never invite the speaker of occupied Jammu and Kashmir Assmebly to the upcoming Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference" to be held in Islamabad from September 30 to October 8...

    Talking at a book launch ceremony in Islamabad, Aziz said Pakistan's principle position on Jammu and Kashmir will be...

  • Pakistan condemns 'brutal assassination' of Hafizullah Mir in Indian occupied Kashmir

    The Foreign Office on Wednesday strongly condemned the brutal assassination of Hafizullah Mir, a top political leader of Tehreek-i-Hurriyat — a group that challenges India's sovereignty over Kashmir — at his home in the southern Achabal area...

    FO spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal, via Twitter, condemned the "continuing Indian atrocities in the occupied territory, including the killing of three Kashmiris and injuries to eight others,...

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