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    Army not getting support from people in Kashmir: Gen Rawat

    Indian army, in an unprecedented acknowledgment, Wednesday said that it was not getting support from local population in its operations against Kashmiri militants with army chief General Bipin Rawat.

    South Asia
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    Trump Shocker: 2 Kashmiri Athletes Denied US Visa

    It would have been the first trip to the U.S. for the two men, who took up snowshoeing about three years ago in the Himalaya mountains, where they live, and competed in their first world championships last year in Italy.

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    Kashmir airfares soar with heavy snowfall: Delhi-Singapore return is cheaper than Jammu-Srinagar

    The Kashmir Valley, which has witnessed its heaviest snowfall in two decades this past week, was cut off from the rest of the country for five days after slippery and dangerous roads forced authorities to shut down.

    Lifestyle
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    Kashmir snow deadlier for Indian soldiers

    Is extreme weather deadlier than enemy for the Indian Army at icy heights of 20,000 feet in Siachen and other hilly terrain of Kashmir? A Major was killed and four soldiers were injured after an avalanche hit an Army.

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    India to raise OIC stand on Kashmir with UAE

    As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi received visiting Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the airport on Tuesday — for the second time in less than a year, signalling warmth in ties.

    South Asia
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    How artists around India are responding to atrocities in Kashmir

    An armed guard stands in front of two children. His gun is pointed downwards, and instead of using it, he blows bubbles for the youngsters to play with. Recalling an image from George Orwell’s 1984, military boots.

    Art and Culture
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    ‘Soft border approach can bring India into CPEC’

    A focus on establishing “soft borders” between India and Pakistan, rather than a final settlement of boundaries in Kashmir, can lead to New Delhi’s rapid integration into an expanded China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

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    A new book looks at the Kashmir conflict through the lives of its women

    Kashmir is on the boil; the “Azadi” chant reverberates from every corner; normal life is at a halt. A young, educated, career-oriented woman’s life gets entangled amidst all this.

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    Kashmir: The bare facts of a region torn into pieces

    Kashmir has been a political issue for the longest and as is with such politically charged situations, there are rumors abound. However, for a lot of us, the real timeline is either unknown or has become hazy.

    South Asia

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