Pakistan sees risk of ‘accidental war’ over Kashmir Sep 12, 2019 0 1029 12345 AFPGenevaPakistan’s foreign minister warned Wednesday that the situation in Indian Kashmir risked sparking an “accidental war”, and urged UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet to visit the troubled region.Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said he believed both Pakistan and India “understand the consequences of a conflict.” But with tensions soaring since New Delhi revoked Kashmir’s autonomy last month, he warned that “you cannot rule out an accidental war.” “If the situation persists... then anything is possible,” Qureshi said.India imposed a military clampdown on Kashmir from August 5 to prevent unrest as New Delhi revoked the disputed region’s autonomy. Mobile phone networks and the internet are still cut off in all but a few pockets. RELATED ARTICLES Pakistan, 50 other nations demand UN action to end humanitarian crisis in Indian Kashmir Sep 12, 2019 0 338 Trump vows to hit Taliban ‘harder’ as US marks 9/11 Sep 12, 2019 0 317 Suspected militant killed in Indian Kashmir amid autonomy crisis Sep 12, 2019 0 821 Former Indonesian president Habibie dies at 83 after heart ailment treatment Jakarta: Former Indonesian president Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie died on Wednesday after being treated in a Jakarta army hospital for a heart ailment. He was 83. “I on behalf of the people of Indonesia and the government .. Archbishop of Canterbury prostrates over 1919 India massacre Amritsar: Britain has never apologised for the 1919 massacre at Amritsar in India but the head of the Church of England prostrated himself to say sorry in a personal capacity. British troops fired on thousands of unarmed ..