Two killed in Kashmir in wave of assassinations
Bank manager Vijay Kumar was attacked by a suspected militant inside a branch of the Ellaquai Dehati Bank in southern Kashmir's Kulgam, where a schoolteacher was shot dead, local police say.
Clashes in Indian Kashmir after death of minority Hindu
The man, a government employee, was shot and killed inside an office complex in Budgam where he worked.
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Kashmir has long been a flashpoint between India and arch rival Pakistan, each of which controls only parts of the Himalayan territory but makes claims to it in full.
Kashmir shut down after two ‘civilians’ reburied
The pair – who police said had died in 'crossfire' on Monday in a gunfight with suspected separatists – had been hurriedly interred by authorities in a remote graveyard.
India sends thousands more troops to restive Kashmir
New Delhi has for decades stationed at least 500,000 soldiers in the divided Himalayan territory, which is also claimed and partially controlled by arch-rival Pakistan.
Thousands of migrant workers in Kashmir moved to secure locations as hundreds flee
Suspected militants have killed eleven civilians, including five migrant workers, in Kashmir since early October despite a widespread security crackdown in the heavily militarised region.
Deadly surge in Indian Kashmir violence leaves 6 more dead
At least 28 people, including nine civilians, have been gunned down in the past two weeks.
Hundreds detained in Indian Kashmir after teachers shot dead
Police say no stone will be left unturned to find the killers.
Hindus fearful in Indian Kashmir after wave of assassinations
At least 28 civilians have been killed by suspected militants this year in the Muslim-majority region.
2 teachers shot dead in Indian Kashmir, say police
Anger has been simmering in the Muslim-majority area since New Delhi scrapped its semi-autonomy and allowed all Indians to buy land in Kashmir, leaving locals fearing an influx of Hindus.
Troops deployed after Indian Kashmir separatist leader dies
His family says Syed Ali Shah Geelani had been ailing for years and had been under house arrest for the last 12 years after leading several anti-India protests.