4 days ago, the tragic attack in Pulwama shook the nation and led to demise of more than 40 Indian soldiers.

As India mourns the irreparable loss, here are all the big reactions and events that have happened since then.

1. India holds meetings with 25 countries (including the P5 nations: US, China, Russia, the UK and France) to brief them regarding the Pulwama attack and the role of Pakistan in using terrorism as a state policy.

Source: Mid Day

2. India revokes Pakistan’s 'most favored nation' status.

3. Opposition stands with the government in time of grief, extends full solidarity.

Speaking on the issue, the president of Indian National Congress, Rahul Gandhi remarked:

The aim of terrorism is to divide this country and we are not going to be divided. The entire opposition will stand together with our jawans and our government.

4. Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla says there will be no cricketing ties between India and Pakistan on a bilateral level.

Source: India Today

5. IMG Reliance pull out as producers and broadcasters of the Pakistan Super League.

Source: The Indian Express

6. Kashmiri students allegedly harassed and threatened by radical groups in Dehradun.

Source: Scroll

7. India hikes custom duty to 200% on all goods imported from Pakistan.

Source: Livemint

8. Photos of Pakistani cricketers removed from Mohali stadium.

Source: Times of India

9. Protesters take to tracks in Mumbai and lead to cancellation of 54 trains.

Source: Indian Express

10. All India Cine Workers Association announces blanket ban on Pakistani actors.

11. Actor Ajay Devgn announces that his movie Total Dhamaal will not release in Pakistan.

12. 4 soldiers die in an overnight encounter in Pulwama after the attack on 14th.

Source: USA Today

13. Army guns down two Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in encounters.

Source: India TV

14. Indian community in UK holds protest outside Pakistan High Commission in London.

Source: Aaj Tak

15. A delegation of Indian doctors cancels visit to Pakistan for the 13th Association of Anaesthesiologists Congress.

16. Two Dehradun colleges say that they won’t admit Kashmiri students.

Source: Indian Express

Pulwama attack was the second 'suicide' car bomb attack in history of Kashmir, the claim of which was taken by Jaish-e-Mohammad.