Three Indian paramilitary soldiers were killed by a comrade who opened fire at a military camp near Srinagar, the capital of Indian-administer Kashmir, a district police chief said Sunday.
A senior minister in Indian-administered Kashmir escaped unhurt in a militant attack Sunday that left one of his security guards dead and two others wounded.
Three Indian paramilitary soldiers were wounded Tuesday when two powerful hand grenades exploded in Srinagar, the capital of Indian-administered Kashmir, authorities said.
At least 20 bus passengers were killed and a dozen others injured in a traffic accident Tuesday in Indian-administered Kashmir.
A civilian and an Indian paramilitary trooper were killed and two other people were wounded in a grenade attack Thursday in Baramulla in north Kashmir.
Nine policemen were injured, five of them critically, in a booby trap blast Wednesday outside a heavily guarded police station in Sopore, authorities said.
A makeshift bomb exploded Friday at a mosque in the summer capital of India's portion of Kashmir, killing a prominent Muslim cleric who had been a moderate voice in the troubled Indian state.
A protest erupted Saturday in a village in northern Indian-administered Kashmir after the killing of a man by the Indian army late Friday or early Saturday.
Militants struck in a north Kashmir town Wednesday morning, killing two Indian paramilitary troopers.
The Indian army on Saturday said it killed three militants and foiled an infiltration bid on the border with neighboring Pakistan.
Indian authorities Tuesday slapped a curfew on Srinagar and other towns after the arrest of a major separatist leader in an attempt to stave off violence that has killed over 100 people in the last four months.
Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir started removal Tuesday of paramilitary bunkers from the capital, Srinagar, as part of their announced effort to defuse the ongoing unrest that has so far claimed 107 lives and left hundreds wounded.
Pro-India groups Sunday welcomed the latest initiative from New Delhi to defuse the crisis in Indian-administered Kashmir, but a hard-line separatist leader spearheading the unrelenting pro-independence unrest dismissed the plan as "an eyewash."
The Indian government said Saturday it is considering scaling down security forces in the troubled Himalayan region of Kashmir and will advise state officials there to immediately release those who have been arrested in violent anti-India protests over the last few months.
An all-party Indian delegation reached Srinagar Monday morning for an on-the-spot appraisal of the unrest plaguing the Himalayan region of Kashmir for the past 102 days, which has claimed 105 lives.
A delegation of political leaders is expected to visit Srinagar on Monday for an on-the-spot appraisal of the deadly unrest here.
Three youths who had been critically wounded in unrest in Indian-administered Kashmir died Sunday, and a 25-year-old woman died after a late-evening incident in the town of Sopore.
Three people were killed and 20 were wounded in violent anti-India protests that continued Friday despite round-the-clock government curfews imposed in Kashmiri cities and towns.
Four people were killed and eight others wounded Wednesday when police fired on demonstrators in the town of Mendhar in India's Jammu and Kashmir state, a local official said.
Three people were wounded in Indian-administered Kashmir Tuesday when Indian security forces opened fire to quell curfew-defying, pro-independence mobs.
A round-the-clock curfew continued Monday in the city of Srinagar -- capital of Indian-administered Kashmir -- and other major towns, two days after massive pro-independence rallies roiled Kashmir, which has been in the throes of separatist unrest since June 11.
Massive pro-independence rallies rocked the Kashmir capital Srinagar and other towns Saturday at the end of Eid prayers marking the culmination of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Indian police fired on pro-independence protesters in Indian-administered Kashmir Monday, killing four people and wounding 16 others, a senior police officer said.
Indian security forces opened fire on anti-Indian mobs Friday, killing four people in the latest violence by Kashmiris who want thousands of Indian troops out of Indian-administered Kashmir.
Continuing skirmishes between security forces and anti-Indian Kashmiris killed at least two people and wounded three others on Saturday, police said.
The death toll from last week's flooding and subsequent landslides has risen to 165 in the Himalayan town of Leh, India, according to a senior police officer.
Rescue workers in India continued to search for more than 500 people missing after flash floods and landslides struck a northern town, state-run media reported Sunday.
The death toll has risen to 112 as a result of flash floods and landslides in a town in northern India, a police official said.
Spiraling violence claimed five more lives Tuesday in Indian-administered Kashmir, where anti-India mobs continued to defy the curfew restrictions in the capital of Srinagar and other towns.
The death of a teenager whose body was fished from a stream triggered hours of violence Tuesday in Indian-administered Kashmir that also killed three other people, police said.
Four people were killed and five were wounded during violence Friday in Indian-administered Kashmir, a paramilitary official said.
One person was killed and four others injured Sunday when Indian security forces opened fire on a violent mob that tried to torch a paramilitary bunker in Srinagar, the capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir.
A senior paramilitary officer was arrested Thursday for his alleged role in the killing of a schoolboy, a death that prompted clashes between anti-India protesters and Indian security forces.
An avalanche struck an army training camp in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Monday, killing 15 troopers and injuring 17 others, and Indian army spokesman said.
There were new clashes between anti-India protesters and Indian security forces here Friday after another schoolboy was killed, allegedly by security forces.
Indian authorities flooded the streets of Srinagar with security forces Thursday to quell four days of violence sparked by the death of a schoolboy.
A drawn-out gunfight between two militants and Indian security forces ended Thursday afternoon after the insurgents were gunned down inside a hotel in Srinagar's Lal Chowk area, authorities said.
A police officer was killed and another wounded critically when militants fired at them while they were on duty in the capital, Srinagar, Sunday, authorities said.
A massive rescue effort was underway Wednesday after a bus crashed in Indian-administered Kashmir, killing 25 people and wounding 43 others.
Indian authorities have suspended four police officers and an official of the forensic science laboratory for destroying evidence and "dereliction of duty" in the alleged rape and killing of two Muslim women.
Two soldiers, including an officer, and three militants have been killed in a fierce gunfight in the Kupwara district on the north Kashmir frontier, the Indian army said Monday.
More than half of the voters in the eight states participating Thursday in India's general elections cast ballots for a new federal government, election officials said.
Indians were voting Thursday in the fourth phase of a marathon general election to choose a new federal government.
Shops and businesses sat idle on Wednesday, while paramilitary forces patrolled the empty streets of Srinagar a day before the latest round of Indian parliamentary elections.
Protesters -- angry about the killing of a carpenter, allegedly by Indian paramilitary forces -- on Thursday stormed the streets of a village near Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir.
Indian police and paramilitary troops placed a large section of Srinagar under strict restrictions Saturday in hopes of thwarting further violence in the summer capital city of Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The Srinagar airport opened Saturday to international traffic, part of an effort to encourage tourism and trade.
The heavily guarded, seventh and final phase of voting for a state assembly ended Wednesday in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian-administered Kashmir. Results are expected Sunday.
CNN's Sara Sidner reports on India and Pakistan's agreement for commercial trade on the Kashmir border.
Separatist militants ambushed an Indian paramilitary patrol in Indian-administered Kashmir Monday afternoon, killing two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers, police said.
Anti-election demonstrators threw stones at two polling stations and clashed with Indian security forces Sunday as voters stood in long lines in Indian-controlled Kashmir to cast ballots in the second stage of state elections.
Shops, businesses and schools were shut in the Indian portion of Kashmir on Saturday to protest a visit by the Indian prime minister
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh inaugurated the first intra-Kashmir train Saturday, even as police and paramilitary enforced an undeclared curfew in parts of Srinagar, the capital of Indian-administered Kashmir.
Indian security forces sealed off Srinagar's center Monday to thwart a rally by separatists and tighten a round-the-clock curfew now in its second day in the violence-torn Himalayan region.
Once again, the hatred between Muslims and Hindus in the state of Kashmir and Jammu has ignited a crisis
A dispute over 99 acres of land for a Hindu shrine has prompted protests by hundreds of thousands, reviving the separatist movement and threatening to further undermine the India-Pakistan peace process
Violent protests continued across Kashmir Wednesday, as the death toll from the past two days of demonstrations rose to 20, a senior police official said.
A mother and her four children were killed Thursday in a grenade attack on a bus stand in Srinagar, police said.
Five people, including three children, were killed Thursday in a grenade attack on a bus stand in Srinagar, police said.
Two people were killed and four wounded Sunday when militants hurled a grenade at a crowd in a popular mountainous resort in Kashmir, police said.
A blast from an improvised explosive device Saturday killed nine Indian soldiers and wounded 14 traveling in an army convoy, an army spokesman said.
At least five people were killed in a dispute between Indian forces and militants.
Security concerns and sympathy toward Tibetans prompted a Buddhist temple in Nagano, Japan, to withdraw from participation in the Olympic torch relay next week, a temple official said on Friday.
Six family members were buried alive after an avalanche crashed into their house in a remote village in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials said Friday.
Two Indian soldiers were killed and three others were wounded Friday when suspected militants threw a grenade into the Central Reserve Police Force camp in Mehama, police said.
Indian security forces Monday afternoon joined the state wildlife department's hunt for a leopard that has killed three children in less than a week in Chattergul village, nestled in the foothills of Pir Panjal Himalayan mountain range in south Kashmir.
Thousands of Kashmiris thronged to the funeral Tuesday of a top Islamic militant leader killed in a fierce pre-dawn gunbattle in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir.
Suspected militants opened fired on a police station in central Srinagar early Thursday, killing two officers, police have said.
One person was killed and eight others wounded when militants in the Kashmiri city of Srinagar lobbed a grenade at a paramilitary police vehicle, police said.
Two attackers who targeted a cinema hall being used as a paramilitary barracks were killed Wednesday, along with three paramilitary soldiers, after a brief standoff and firefight, authorities said.
Three people were killed and 44 injured, 16 critically, when a car bomb detonated in Srinagar near the passing motorcade of Usman Majeed, a former deputy minister for planning, authorities said.
A car packed with explosives has detonated at a police checkpoint in Srinagar, killing five people -- including the bomber -- and wounding 14, one critically, just hours before the new chief minister of Indian-controlled Kashmir was to be sworn in, authorities said.
Five Indian soldiers were killed Saturday when their convoy was ambushed in the southern part of the disputed territory of Kashmir, police said.
A grenade has exploded at a Protestant missionary school in central Srinagar, killing two women and wounding 45 other, police say.
A powerful car bomb targeting a paramilitary convoy in Srinagar's uptown Jawahar Nagar neighborhood exploded Wednesday morning, killing at least one person and wounding more than 40 others, Jammu and Kashmir state police said.
The first bus service across disputed Kashmir in nearly 60 years came under fire minutes after it started its journey, according to local media.
One of a handful of militants who attacked a tourist reception center in the Kashmiri city of Srinagar has been shot dead by police.
Nuclear rivals India and Pakistan stare each other down in the disputed region of Kashmir. Both sides say Kashmir is theirs, and they have fought two wars over it.
Indian soldiers traded gunfire with militants in the Kashmiri summer capital of Srinagar as New Delhi started withdrawing some troops from the highly militarized frontier with Pakistan.
An overnight gunbattle between suspected Kashmiri militants and Indian paramilitary forces in central Srinagar has left seven people dead -- two militants and five troops, police in Indian-administered Kashmir said Wednesday.
The deputy chief minister of Indian-controlled Kashmir has narrowly escaped the second apparent attempt on his life in a week.
The bodies of an Indian railway engineer and his brother, kidnapped two days ago, have been recovered in a corn field in the Indian part of Kashmir, local police say.
A string of attacks, some at political targets, in Indian-controlled Kashmir have killed two civilians and left more than 70 others injured, including several police.
Indian police say they are taking no chances in Monday's round of parliamentary elections, a day after violence hit the disputed state of Kashmir.
Three people were killed and dozens wounded Sunday in a pair of grenade attacks in Jammu and Kashmir state as the restive province prepares to vote in India's national elections, state police officials said.
A bomb planted in a garbage truck detonated in central Srinagar Thursday, killing two people and wounding a third, police said.
Twenty-six Indian police died Thursday when their convoy drove over a series of land mines, and nine people were killed in the Kashmiri town of Uri when an explosion went off at an election rally, Indian officials said.
A roadside bomb has ripped through a bus carrying Indian army forces in Kashmir, killing three and wounding 39 others -- seven critically -- police say.
A top commander of the Kashmiri extremist group Hizbul Mujahideen was killed along with two other militants in an operation launched by the Indian Army, police sources told CNN.
Violence in Kashmir Friday has killed more than a dozen people -- seven Kashmiri militants and six Indian soldiers -- Indian defense sources said.
A Kashmiri boy was killed Monday and four other children were critically wounded when a hand grenade they found in a field exploded as they were playing with it, police said.
A senior police official was gunned down Mondayoutside a mosque in central Srinagar, following morning prayers, police said.
Moderate Kashmiri separatists have accepted an invitation from Indian for talks on the disputed region and have nominated five senior leaders to take part in them, a separatist leader has said.
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