One year has passed since the Indian government removed the autonomy of the Kashmir region and took control of its only Muslim-majority region.
Indian authorities have arrested several suspected militants with possible ties to a Pakistan-based al-Qaeda cell. The men were allegedly preparing to carry out multiple attacks.
Lacking support from Arab countries for its stance on the Kashmir dispute, Pakistan is looking for new alliances under China's leadership. How practical is it for Islamabad to pursue its new foreign policy? DW analyzes.
Kangana Ranaut had equated Mumbai to "Pakistan occupied Kashmir" after receiving "open threats." Her comments mean she will now need VIP-level security when she returns to the city.
It has been a year since the Indian government stripped Jammu and Kashmir of its special semi-autonomous status. DW examines what has changed there since then.
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