Four years from brink of war, can Pakistan in crisis avoid new India clash?
"There could be accidents, there could be miscalculation, and the sole point is Kashmir," Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S. Masood Khan told Newsweek.
Pakistan envoy warns nuclear risk looms in Kashmir 75 years after India war
"Pakistan and India are nuclear weapons states and the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is very, very turbulent," Ambassador Masood Khan told Newsweek.
Newborn Who Was Buried Alive Found Crying After Being Exhumed
Local protests about the burial site led to the discovery that a baby thought to be stillborn was actually still alive.
Kashmir's Saffron Farmers Face Ruin as Iran Rules Expensive Spice Trade
A pound of Saffron can cost up to $5,000 by the time it reaches the West, making it one of the costliest spices in the world. Now growers of the spice in Kashmir are unsure whether the centuries-old family tradition has a future.
Kashmir Looks to America for Moral Leadership
The values America upholds and celebrates are under brutal assault in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Kashmir: Twitter Removes Almost 1m Tweets, Accused of Censorship
The social media giant complied with more take-down requests from Indian officials than any other country, a study by the Committee to Protect Journalists showed.
If India, Pakistan Start Nuclear War, 125 Million May Die Right Away: Study
Pakistani's Azad Kashmir President Masood Khan recently told Newsweek a war with India would "be tantamount to nuclear Armageddon."
Nuclear War Between India and Pakistan Could Kill Twice As Many As WWII
The study quantifies just how catastrophic and wide-reaching a nuclear conflict between the two nations would be.
Modi Betrayed Gandhi's Legacy—But Kashmiri Resistance Could Reclaim it
Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Rajmohan Gandhi and Pakistani American rock musician Salman Ahmad call for "strategic, realistic and nonviolent noncooperation with the government of India" in Kashmir.
Pakistan Earthquake: Injuries Reported After 5.8 Quake Hits Near Jhelum
"The quake was 10 kilometres deep and was felt in most of Punjab province, some parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The worst hit was Mirpur, Azad Kashmir," said Pakistan's chief meteorologist Muhammad Riaz.
India Only Has 10 Days Worth Of Ammunition
Tensions with Pakistan are high after the downing of an Indian jet and the capture of its pilot.
Trevor Noah Sorry For India-Pakistan War Comment
"Your stereotype of Indo-Pak is ignorant," said one celebrity Twitter user.
Muslim Cleric Allegedly Masturbated on Camera
A video purportedly of the Kashmiri preacher went viral but his family call it a "conspiracy" by "pro-Indian" forces.
Pakistan Launches Nuclear-Capable Missiles
"We want peace. It does not mean we cannot defend ourselves against aggression," Pakistan's foreign minister said last month.
'Terroristan:' India's New Name for Pakistan
The two states have long clashed over the status of Kashmir, a disputed Muslim-majority region.
Kashmir Has A New Insurgent Group: Al-Qaeda
The jihadi group announced its biggest-ever presence in the contested territory.
Militants Target Police, Kill Hindu Pilgrims in Kashmir
Militant groups and separatists leaders denied responsibility for the attack, which has already led to right-wing protests in the restive region of Kashmir.
U.S. Trains With Japan and India; China Courts Pakistan
The U.S., India and Japan are conducting perhaps their most complex joint naval drills yet, and leading Asian powers Pakistan and China are getting closer.
China, Pakistan Test Militaries Near Rival India
China and Pakistan have flexed their military muscles amid heightened border tensions with mutual neighbor India.
India vs. Pakistan: Champions Trophy Final Preview
Meetings between the two rivals are rare.
Pakistan Claims Killing of Indian Soldiers Near Border
A Pakistani major general took to social media to claim the killing of five Indian soldiers in restive Kashmir, but India denied the claim.
India-Pakistan Row Intensifies Over Alleged Beheadings
Tensions between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan are once again flaring up over the contested region of Kashmir.
India: Kashmir Bans Social Media Sites After Protests
Authorities have banned 22 social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
Six Killed in Kashmir Election Protests
Kashmiri separatist factions had called for a boycott of the vote, leading to 6.5 percent turnout.
India Fast-Tracks Hydro Projects in Disputed Kashmir
Pakistan has opposed some of these projects before, saying they violate a World Bank-mediated treaty on the sharing of the Indus river.
Why India is Building Up Its Arms Industry
The country is the world's largest arms importer—and Prime Minister Narendra Modi would like to change that.
Nolan Peterson: Face To Face With a Taliban Fighter
Had we seen each other in the war, we would have tried to kill each other.
India's Modi Calls Pakistan a Terror Hub at Summit
Tensions have been high since a September attack on an army base in Kashmir killed 19 Indian soldiers.
Why Are Terrorists Openly Recruiting in Pakistan?
There is a long history of attacks in India that can be traced back to Pakistan.
India Blasts 'Terrorist' Bases Inside Pakistan
India's action was a response to an attack on an army base in Kashmir that killed 18 Indian soldiers