In Kashmir, Counterinsurgents’ Widows Fight to Save Their Sons
By Aliya Bashir
After their husbands’ killings, these women desperately sought to protect their sons from ongoing violence, even as they are largely shunned by society.
Kashmiri Militants Shift Base in a Worrying Sign for Indian Security Forces
By Sudha Ramachandran
As militants move base to north Kashmir, they are likely to take advantage of the area’s proximity to Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
Anti-India Clashes Continue in Tense Kashmir for Third Day
By Associated Press
The killing of a top rebel commander has sparked large-scale protests in the restive region.