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How pandemic may finally sink Kashmir's famous houseboats
Building and repair ban had turned Dal Lake into graveyard for sinking boats even before coronavirus and Delhi crackdown

Azhar Qadri in Srinagar and Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Delhi

08, Mar, 2021 @5:30 AM

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Stateless, stuck and desperate: the militants' wives trapped in Kashmir
Hundreds married to men who travelled to Pakistan for militant training now find themselves stateless

Azhar Qadri in Srinagar

16, Feb, 2021 @10:32 AM

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Public outrage grows after Indian army kills three in Kashmir
Families rebut claims victims, aged 16 to 22, were militants while ex-chief minister calls for investigation

Aakash Hassan in Pulwama and Hannah Ellis-Petersen

04, Jan, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Indian police charge army officer with killing three Kashmir civilians
Highly unusual independent inquiry accuses officer of staging their deaths as a fake gunfight

Azhar Qadri in Srinagar

28, Dec, 2020 @1:00 PM

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'It's not a grave we must fit in': the Kashmir women fighting for marital rights
Women are slowly gaining rights and finding the strength to shake off the social taboos around ending a bad relationship

Furkan Latif Khan

09, Dec, 2020 @12:01 PM

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'They are custodians of the jungle': anger as Kashmiri nomads' homes destroyed
Kashmir’s gujjars say they are being forced from lands they have occupied for generations

Azhar Qadri in Kashmir and Hannah Ellis-Petersen

04, Dec, 2020 @1:00 AM

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Secretive licensing system allows UK weapons to reach ‘repressive regimes’
Campaign Against Arms Trade calls for reform of export regime that makes scrutiny difficult

Mark Townsend

29, Nov, 2020 @8:45 AM

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Pakistan's plan to make disputed region a fifth province angers India
India rejects move by Imran Khan as it also claims border area of Gilgit-Baltistan

Hannah Ellis-Petersen and Shah Meer Baloch in Pakistan

02, Nov, 2020 @6:10 PM

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Amnesty specialises in hard truths. No wonder Modi froze it out of India
Forced shutdown of the human rights group will only increase international scrutiny of systemic mis-governance

Simon Tisdall

04, Oct, 2020 @5:30 AM

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Villagers help Indian troops face Chinese forces in Himalayas
Both sides prepare for winter with little hope of diplomatic outcome to border dispute

Hannah Ellis-Petersen and Aakash Hassan

20, Sep, 2020 @2:46 PM

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Kashmir protests erupt after alleged cover-up of death in custody
Indian police accused of killing shopkeeper and then staging it as an accident

Hannah Ellis-Petersen and a reporter in Srinangar

17, Sep, 2020 @1:20 PM

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School’s out in Kashmir: classes held in meadows amid closures
Educators in the disputed region are fighting to keep pupils on track amid repeated lockdowns, curfews and internet blackouts

Furkan Latif Khan

08, Sep, 2020 @6:15 AM

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