Oct 20, 2016

Pakistan bans Indian content on TV and radio

Pakistan has banned all Indian content on television and radio networks, media regulators said Thursday, its latest salvo after recent scuffles in the disputed Kashmir region spilled into the world of Bollywood and celebrity. The state-run media authority said in a statement it would ...

World court rejects epic Marshalls nuclear case

Oct 6, 2016

World court rejects epic Marshalls nuclear case

The U.N.’s highest court on Wednesday narrowly threw out landmark cases brought by the tiny Marshall Islands against India, Pakistan and Britain for allegedly failing to halt the nuclear arms race. In majority and sharply divided decisions, a 16-judge bench at the International Court ...

Indian Kashmir army camp comes under fire from suspected militants

Oct 3, 2016

Indian Kashmir army camp comes under fire from suspected militants

Suspected militants opened fire on a military camp in Indian-administered Kashmir late Sunday, an army spokesman said, two weeks after a similar deadly attack that spiked tensions between arch rivals India and Pakistan. “Terrorists opened fire on an army camp in Baramulla town,” Col. ...

Oct 2, 2016

Kashmir again on the boil

India needs to maintain its restraint over Kashmir, but the backers of violence there must pay a price for their support of terrorism.

Sep 30, 2016

Holding Pakistan to account

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Pakistan's military must be brought under full civilian control and its links to all Islamist militants — including those directed against India and nurtured as such by the military-intelligence complex — severed.

With more than 80 dead, Kashmiris warn India over crackdown

Sep 30, 2016

With more than 80 dead, Kashmiris warn India over crackdown

Simmering anger over India’s crackdown on 10 weeks of protests in Kashmir risks drawing more young people to radical rebellion, demonstrators and security officials warn, as the sense of despair and alienation from New Delhi deepens. In the worst unrest in the disputed Himalayan ...