A US lawmaker has introduced a resolution on Kashmir in the House of Representatives, condemning the human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir and urged India and Pakistan to abstain from the use of force to settle the status of all disputed territories between them
The Kashmir issue will figure again in the US with the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission calling a hearing on Thursday to examine the human rights situation in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir
Life remained affected for the 100th day on Tuesday in the Kashmir valley, where people are protesting against scrapping of Article 370 and 35 A, besides dividing the state into two Union Territories (UTs) on August 5
We are extremely concerned that the population In Kashmir continues to be deprived of a wide range of human rights and we urge the Indian authorities to unlock the situation and fully restore the rights that are currently being denied
Uneasy calm continues to prevail in Kashmir with a spontaneous shutdown completing 83rd day.Increased movement of private transport was observed on roads in civil lines but shops and business establishments remained shut on Saturday
Human rights experts at the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) are concerned about the Kashmir situation but can have only a limited impact, according to Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard.
We continue to press for the release of detainees for the full restoration of everyday services, but most importantly, for roadmap to the restoration of political and economic normalcy
India on Thursday termed as “regrettable” criticism by several US Congressmen over the situation in Kashmir
Pak on Thursday urged the international community to work towards ending, what he called a “persistent clampdown” in Kashmir.
Influential American lawmakers on Tuesday expressed concern over the situation in JK after the abrogation of the special status