Kashmir Decision Could be Distracting India From Its National Security Priorities  The Wire

The cycle of revenge is counterproductive as it does not serve to address the Kashmir situation but instead keeps it burning without the promise of peace.

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The cycle of revenge is counterproductive as it does not serve to address the Kashmir situation but instead keeps it burning without the promise of peace.The cycle of revenge is counterproductive as it does not serve to address the Kashmir situation but instead keeps it burning without the promise of peace.

Kashmir Decision Could be Distracting India From Its National Security Priorities

The cycle of revenge is counterproductive as it does not serve to address the Kashmir situation but instead keeps it burning without the promise of peace.The cycle of revenge is counterproductive as it does not serve to address the Kashmir situation but instead keeps it burning without the promise of peace.

Kashmir Decision Could be Distracting India From Its National Security Priorities

Indian authorities need more time to restore order in Kashmir, a Supreme Court justice said on Tuesday as a security clampdown entered a ninth day since New Delhi revoked the region's special status, triggering protests.Indian authorities need more time to restore order in Kashmir, a Supreme Court justice said on Tuesday as a security clampdown entered a ninth day since New Delhi revoked the region's special status, triggering protests.

Paramilitary soldiers guard and regulate multiple checkpoints, allowing few vehicles or pedestrians to go through.Paramilitary soldiers guard and regulate multiple checkpoints, allowing few vehicles or pedestrians to go through.

Kashmir: Srinagar a maze of razor wires and steel barriers | India News | Al Jazeera

India is the world’s most populous democracy, and it stands as something of a liberal beacon compared with its neighbours China and Pakistan. But Mr. Modi has parlayed democratic success into the fist of a strongmanIndia is the world’s most populous democracy, and it stands as something of a liberal beacon compared with its neighbours China and Pakistan. But Mr. Modi has parlayed democratic success into the fist of a strongman

Globe editorial: After Kashmir, is India becoming an illiberal democracy? - The Globe and Mail

‘India, which likes to boast that it’s the “world’s largest democracy,” is heading down a dangerous and decidedly undemocratic road with its decision to impose direct rule on Kashmir.’‘India, which likes to boast that it’s the “world’s largest democracy,” is heading down a dangerous and decidedly undemocratic road with its decision to impose direct rule on Kashmir.’

Here are the longstanding tensions -- and potential new ones.Here are the longstanding tensions -- and potential new ones.

Why is Kashmir disputed? - The Washington Post

“Stories in media on a said incident in Soura region of #Srinagar. On 09/08, miscreants mingled with people returning home after prayers at a local mosque. They resorted to unprovoked stone pelting against law enforcement forces to cause widespread unrest. @diprjk @JmuKmrPolice”

Spokesperson, Ministry of Home Affairs on Twitter: "Stories in media on a said incident in Soura region of #Srinagar. On 09/08, miscreants mingled with people returning home after prayers at a local mosque. They resorted to unprovoked stone pelting against law enforcement forces to cause widespread unrest. @diprjk @JmuKmrPolice"

“The malicious content of this tweet is absolutely baseless and untrue. As always, all the security forces of India are working with coordination and bonhomie. Patriotism and our tricolour lie at the core of our hearts and existence, even when the color of our uniforms may differ.”

🇮🇳CRPF🇮🇳 on Twitter: "The malicious content of this tweet is absolutely baseless and untrue. As always, all the security forces of India are working with coordination and bonhomie. Patriotism and our tricolour lie at the core of our hearts and existence, even when the color of our uniforms may differ.… https://t.co/JCJlsI1xTx"

“Law enforcement authorities showed restraint and tried to maintain law & order situation. It is reiterated that no bullets have been fired in #JammuAndKashmir since the development related to #Article370 @diprjk @JmuKmrPolice”

Spokesperson, Ministry of Home Affairs on Twitter: "Law enforcement authorities showed restraint and tried to maintain law & order situation. It is reiterated that no bullets have been fired in #JammuAndKashmir since the development related to #Article370 @diprjk @JmuKmrPolice"

“Muneer Khan: There have been localised incidents in various parts of Srinagar & other districts, which have been contained.There have been no major injuries. There have been a few pellet injuries, they were treated. Our biggest endeavor is that no civil casualty should take place”

ANI on Twitter: "Muneer Khan: There have been localised incidents in various parts of Srinagar & other districts, which have been contained.There have been no major injuries. There have been a few pellet injuries, they were treated. Our biggest endeavor is that no civil casualty should take place… https://t.co/qndYNn03xf"

The BJP on Wednesday tweeted an animated video in which it explained the central government's decision to end special status to Jammu and Kashmir, saying Article 370 of the Constitution was like a "curse" to the state.The BJP on Wednesday tweeted an animated video in which it explained the central government's decision to end special status to Jammu and Kashmir, saying Article 370 of the Constitution was like a "curse" to the state.

Jammu And Kashmir: BJP's Animated Explainer On How Article 370 Was A Curse

India News: After scrapping Article 370, PM Modi said that every Indian is fully standing with the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. "I want to assure my sisteIndia News: After scrapping Article 370, PM Modi said that every Indian is fully standing with the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. "I want to assure my siste

Every Indian stands with people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh: PM Modi | India News - Times of India

SRINAGAR: Kashmiris are fearing demographic change following the revocation of Article 370 of the constitution. Article 370 gave exclusive land rights to the people of Kashmir and blocked outsiders from seeking jobs and settlement in the state.  However, people in the valley are apprehensive about the intent of New Delhi after the government removed the special status on Aug.SRINAGAR: Kashmiris are fearing demographic change following the revocation of Article 370 of the constitution. Article 370 gave exclusive land rights to the people of Kashmir and blocked outsiders

'They want to make us a minority in our land' | Arab News

"The entire Srinagar city has been knitted in razor wire to seek our silence and obedience," says a resident.

Srinagar turned into a maze of razor wire and steel barriers - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Why the Indian government did what it didWhy the Indian government did what it did

The case for abrogating Article 370 | Dhaka Tribune

On a normal day, it would have been a smooth journey from the airport in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir state, to my family home in the northern town of Baramulla. The part that India controls is now under an unprecedented security crackdown to prevent an uprising after the centralOn a normal day, it would have been a smooth journey from the airport in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir state, to my family home in the northern town of Baramulla. The part that India controls is now under an unprecedented security crackdown to prevent an uprising after the central

Inside locked down Kashmir, a reporter finds fear and chaos

Restrictions imposed on people's movement and communication links in Jammu and Kashmir are being eased out in a phased manner, while the highway connecting Jammu with Srinagar is functioning normally, a Home Ministry spokesperson said on Tuesday.Restrictions imposed on people's movement and communication links in Jammu and Kashmir are being eased out in a phased manner, while the highway connecting Jammu with Srinagar is functioning

J&K restrictions to be eased out in phased manner: MHA | Deccan Herald

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Tuesday said that the restrictions are being eased out in a phased manner in the Valley and the situation in the Jammu division has been restored. The information was given by Jammu and Kashmir Principal Secretary (Planning Commission), Rohit Kansal here, read a statement. Commissioner Secretary Information M…Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Tuesday said that the restrictions are being eased out in a phased manner in the Valley and the situation

Restrictions to be eased out in phased manner

However, will continue for a while longer in some places in Kashmir.However, will continue for a while longer in some places in Kashmir.

Restrictions in Jammu lifted ahead of Indepedence Day - News | Khaleej Times