indian occupied kashmir

US cannot let India get away with brutal oppression in IoK: Envoy

WASHINGTON: Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, Asad Majeed Khan has said that the international community, particularly the US, cannot let India get away with its brutal oppression in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Asad Majeed Khan in his article published in

Rains, snowfall add to miseries of people in IOK

ISLAMABAD: The increase in chill after fresh rains and snowfall have added to the miseries of the people of Kashmir Valley who have been already suffering immensely due to strict military siege since 5th August. According to Kashmir Media Service,

91-day shutdown breaks IT sector’s backbone in IOK

SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir life continues to remain paralyzed on the 91st day of lockdown and communications gag. Internet and mobile services remain suspended while educational institutions have failed to attract students. Public transport, too, is off the roads. Since

Curfew continues for 72nd consecutive day in IOK

SRINAGAR: The curfew has continued for the 72nd consecutive day in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) on Tuesday. Earlier on Monday, mobile-phone services were restored in the occupied valley. However, access to the internet is still prohibited in the region. Restrictions continue

Puzzled how international media ignores IoK: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday expressed puzzlement on how biased international media was over the human rights crisis in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK). According to the prime minister, international media gave headline coverage to Hongkong protests but the

Kashmir Day observed to express solidarity with Kashmiris in IoK

ISLAMABAD: Kashmir Day was observed on Friday across the nation to express solidarity with the people of Indian-Occupied Kashmir against Indian brutalities. Public rallies were organized across Pakistan to express solidarity with Kashmiris and share feelings with the people of