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  • By the people for the people: why Pakistan needs a proportional representation system

    A week from elections, the mood in Pakistan seems sombre...

    In such circumstances, one is faced with questions like, is this whole thing worth it? Why are we even doing this again if the same set of people will get elected again on different party platforms? What is the point of this? Why should I even vote?To the last question, Sarah Khan makes a compelling argument about voting...

  • 'You are losing Kashmir,' former Jammu and Kashmir CM warns India

    Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday called on India to 'wake up', and warned New Delhi that: "You are losing Kashmir...

    "In a stinging interview with IndiaToday, Abdullah, who is contesting by-polls in Srinagar, urged India and Pakistan to hold talks to beat the threat of terrorism...

  • Six people killed, dozens injured during protests in India-held Kashmir

    Six people were killed and more than two dozen injured on Sunday when police clashed with protesters during a by-election in Srinagar in India-held Kashmir region, a senior police official said...

    Suspected separatist factions in Kashmir had called for a boycott of the vote, resulting in heightened security and low voter turnout when the polling began...

  • People of Balochistan, Kashmir thanked me: Modi on India's Independence Day

    NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took aim at what he called supporters of “terrorism” in his Independence Day speech on Monday, ratcheting up criticism of Pakistan while avoiding direct mention of month-long protests in Indian-held Kashmir...

    Yet it was a broadside against Pakistan that left the strongest impression in a speech that otherwise skirted foreign affairs and focused on his government's own achievements... ...

  • Beef ban: Scores of people injured in Kashmir protests

    SRINAGAR: Scores of people have been injured in clashes with police in India-held Kashmir over the killing of a Muslim man by Hindus campaigning against eating beef, according to sources...

    Gillani, head of the state police, referring to curbs on the movement of traffic and people...

  • 'Dear Modiji, the people of Kashmir are not with us'

    Indian journalist Santosh Bhartiya in an open letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi published on 'Rising Kashmir' claims that although "the land of Kashmir is with us, the people of Kashmir are not with us...

    "The journalist presents findings from a four-day trip to India-held Kashmir in the letter, addressing the use of excessive force against protesters, the anger of the Kashmiri people, and the mishandling of the Kashmir...

  • Six people injured as protests erupt in occupied Kashmir

    NEW DELHI: Fear gripped India-held Kashmir on Tuesday as residents leaving the disputed territory spoke of a tense military crackdown and protests breaking out against the shocking government move to scrap its autonomous status...

    At least six people were injured in protests that erupted after a presidential decree on Monday removed the Muslim-majority region’s special status, sources said...

  • 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...

    During the conversation, the prime minister underlined that India's move to change the status of occupied Jammu and Kashmir — which is internationally recognised as a...

  • People-to-people contact

    There he aired his views on the current India-Pakistan political situation which made headlines in no time...

    However, the most important remark that he made was that the people-to-people contact between the two countries depended on the prime ministers of India and Pakistan...

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