At least three Indian troops and nine pro-independence fighters have been killed in two separate incidents in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
Indian-controlled Kashmir has been hit by a general strike to mark the death anniversary of a Kashmiri man who was executed by India for his alleged involvement in an attack on India's parliament in 2001.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned the world of the danger of an all-out war over the disputed Kashmir region, urging the international community to intervene.
At least 67 people were killed and others were missing after avalanches in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir over the last 24 hours, senior government officials said on Tuesday.
Hundreds of protesters marched in the northern Indian town of Budgam on Friday to condemn the airstrike that martyred the Iranian Quds Force Commander General Qassem Soleimani.
Troops from India and Pakistan have exchanged heavy fire and mortar shelling along the restive Line of Control (LoC) that divides Kashmir between the two countries, with a total of six soldiers reportedly killed from both sides.
The people of Kashmir, whose access to the Internet has been blocked by the Indian government for the past four months, are gradually losing their WhatsApp accounts one by one over its parent company Facebook’s policy on “inactive” users.
At least two people have been killed and several others wounded in two grenade attacks in Indian-controlled Kashmir region, police say.
India claims Kashmir is, and has always been, experiencing "total normalcy," strict restrictions following scrapping the disputed region’s autonomy notwithstanding.
India has formally divided the Muslim-majority region of Kashmir into two new federally-administered territories, aiming to tighten its grip on the restive Himalayan valley.