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Authorities say the clashes also left 3 soldiers dead and critically injured several more
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Internet access is restored but only to 301 government-approved websites
The arrested police officer is decorated, having worked for the police for decades and being a member of an elite counter-insurgency force in Kashmir, a disputed territory equally claimed by India and Pakistan
Journalists hold a silent demonstration against the internet ban, holding their laptops with open with blank screens or held placards with the words '100 days no internet' and 'stop humiliating Kashmir journalists'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hails a 'bright future' for the blood-soaked Himalayan region
Government spokesperson Rohit Kansal says the decision comes after a security review was done
India and Pakistan are locked in an escalating war of words since New Delhi stripped Indian-administered Kashmir of its autonomy last month, imposing a security lockdown on the area
Prime Minister Imran Khan insists that Pakistan does not want to go to war with India again – but says Islamabad will respond to any hostility
'For the last 6 weeks, India has transformed Occupied Jammu and Kashmir into the largest prison on this planet,' says Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi
Police officers drive around the city, announcing through loudhailers that 'residents are informed not to venture out of their homes'
Mobile phone networks and internet remain cut off in Indian Kashmir after nearly a month of the region's special autonomy being stripped
Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses the nation and vows to continue fighting for Kashmir until the disputed Himalayan territory is 'liberated'
India reacts angrily to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's call for nationwide action
Nearly 100 civilians have been injured so far, with a further 300 police and more than 100 paramilitary troopers hurt, a senior government source says
Authorities say the move to block opposition Indian politicians was to 'avoid controversy'
Authorities say they are reopening 190 primary schools in the city yet few children could be seen at half a dozen places visited by Agence France-Presse
A magistrate says most of the detained were flown out of Kashmir because prisons have run out of capacity already
Police fire tear gas and pellet-firing shotguns to disperse residents who tried to march down the main road in the main city of Srinagar after Friday prayers
'You need to understand that restrictions and relaxations are area-wise. You can't generalize them,' says senior police officer Munir Khan
A BBC statement says, 'given the shutdown of digital services and phone lines in the region, it's right for us to try and increase the provision of news on our short wave radio services'
Skirmishes are frequent across the so-called Line of Control, but the latest deaths comes after Pakistan warns it was ready to meet any Indian aggression over Kashmir
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says 'fresh thinking' was needed after 7 decades of failure to ensure harmony in the former Himalayan kingdom, where tens of thousands have died in the past 30 years
'We have decided that if India commits any type of violation we will fight till the end,' says Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan
Normal communication in the more peaceful Jammu division of the region "has been restored after assessment by relevant local authorities", an Indian home ministry spokesperson says
(UPDATED) The Himalayan region's biggest mosque, the Jama Masjid, is ordered shut and people are only allowed to pray in smaller local mosques so that no big crowds could gather, witnesses say
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says the Kashmir issue will lead to 'the suppression of Muslims in India and eventually lead to targeting of Pakistan'
Under the watchful eye of Indian paramilitaries, the calls and conversations are tightly controlled, and simmering frustrations often boil over
Huge numbers of troops remain in Indian-administered Kashmir's main city as people prepare for Eid al-Adha
(UPDATED) Delhi has dismissed Pakistan's 'alarmist' reaction and warned against interfering in what the foreign ministry insisted is 'entirely the internal affair of India'
The government releases a statement declaring that Pakistan will suspend trade with India and review its bilateral ties with Delhi
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan vows to challenge India's decision at the UN Security Council and accuses Prime Minister Narendra Modi of violating international law in pursuit of an anti-Muslim agenda in India
(3rd UPDATE) Pakistan's foreign ministry condemns the move as 'illegal'
Thousands of military reinforcements arrive in the Himalayan territory, claimed by both India and Pakistan, where a 3-decade old insurgency has left tens of thousands dead
A senior security official says the deployment was to guard against possible protests about a decision or event
Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar insists the conflict can only be settled bilaterally and that Pakistan has to end 'cross-border terrorism' before any talks
The world's biggest poll has been plagued by violence with militants throwing a grenade at a voting booth and shooting dead a local politician in south Kashmir
The cross-border trade is based on a barter system, with traders exchanging goods including chillies, cumin, mango and dried fruit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's right wing Bharatiya Janata Party is seeking a second term, defending a landslide win over the opposition Congress party in 2014
'We have reliable intelligence that India [plans] another aggression against Pakistan and according to our information this action can take place between April 16 and 20'
Authorities describe Mudasir Ahmed Khan as a top commander with Jaish-e-Mohammad, the militant group behind the deadly February 14 bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir
The development comes days after a rare aerial dogfight between India and Pakistan over the disputed territory of Kashmir ignited fears of an all-out conflict, with world powers rushing to urge restraint
(UPDATED) In a sign of the deepening crisis, Pakistan closes its airspace 'until further notice.' At least 6 airports are shuttered in India, and a vast area north of New Delhi is closed to civilian flights.
(UPDATED) The raid on the Jaish-e-Mohammad camp was launched because India believed suicide attacks were 'imminent,' foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale tells a media briefing
Indian news reports say air force jets hit multiple targets including camps run by Jaish-e-Mohammad, the Islamist group that claimed the February 14 suicide attack in Kashmir that sent tensions soaring
The promise comes as fallout from a suicide bomb attack that India has blamed on Pakistan overshadows the latest leg of the crown prince's tour aiming to boost his country's image
'The prime minister of Pakistan has offered to investigate the matter if India provides proof. This is a lame excuse,' says an Indian foreign ministry statement
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan uses a nationally televised address to demand Delhi share proof of Islamabad's involvement in last week's suicide blast
(3rd UPDATE) The confrontation piles more pressure on the Indian government, which has blamed Pakistan for the suicide attack last February 14 on a convoy that killed at least 41 paramilitaries
Rights group Jammu-Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society lists 586 dead in its annual 2018 toll: 267 militants, 160 civilians – including 31 children – and the rest, state police and Indian armed forces