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    India Rejects Trump's Mediation Claim,Says 'No Request Made'

    The Indian government has denied US President Donald Trump's astonishing claim that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him to mediate on Kashmir."We have seen @POTUS's remarks to the press that he is ready to media.

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    India elections:Modi's BJP pledges to scrap special rights for Kashmir

    India’s Hindu nationalist ruling party vowed on Monday to strip decades-old special rights from the people of occupied Kashmir, making an election promise that could provoke a backlash.

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    Refrain from forceful actions:China to US on JeM chief

    A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson on Thursday urged the United States to act cautiously on the issue of blacklisting Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar and avoid bypassing the relevant.

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    US set to clash with China at UN over bid to blacklist JeM's Masood Azhar

    The United States, Britain and France stepped up a push for the United Nations Security Council to blacklist the head of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) on Wednesday after China.

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    India 'disappointed' after China blocks bid to ban JeM chief

    China prevented a United Nations Security Council committee on Wednesday from blacklisting the head of Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), which said it attacked an Indian paramilitary.

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    China wants to develop Kashmir, won’t take sides in India-Pak dispute: State media

    China will not pick sides in the India-Pakistan dispute as its primary aim is to develop the “poor and backward” Kashmir, a state media opinion piece has said, adding that Beijing is willing.

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    India and Pakistan: the aftermath of crisis

    The recent military exchange between India and Pakistan has raised the stakes in a volatile region. Taking such significant risks – heavy-handed response to terrorist provocation being the latest.

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    Threat of India-Pak nuclear war still remains: New York Times

    Pakistan has never seriously cracked down on militant groups that attack India, a leading US daily has said, warning that the threat of nuclear war between the two nations remains as a long.

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    Opposition asks Modi govt how explosives reached Pulwama

    Targeting the Narendra Modi government over the Pulwama terror attack, the Opposition on Sunday asked how explosives reached the area and why a civilian vehicle was allowed to enter.

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    Time For India To Fight TRP Nationalism

    Ever since the Pulwama attack they have worked up a nationalist frenzy and batted for a full scale war with Pakistan. And when India launched  strikes on Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, these channels.

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    JF-17 not F-16 may have shot down Indian MiG-21:report

    Apparently, it was a JF-17 fighter jet that brought down an Indian warplane in Azad Jammu and Kashmir last week, says a CNN report as an American diplomat said Washington wanted.

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    OIC Keeps Kashmir Out Of Final Dispatch: Report

    Even as Kashmir was conspicuously missing in the Abu Dhabi Declaration upon conclusion of 46th meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

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    With Swaraj in attendance, OIC lambasts India on Kashmir policy

    Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and the issue is strictly internal to the country, New Delhi asserted Saturday, in reaction to a resolution on the matter by the Organisation.

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    This Film on Kashmir Sought CBFC Clearance 6 Months Ago – and Is Still Waiting

    Ashvin Kumar’s 16-year-old filmography has been marked by an unlikely intersection: censorship troubles, movies on Kashmir and National Film Awards.

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    ‘War between nuclear-armed nations suicidal’: Imran Khan on Indo-Pak ties

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has accused India of not responding to his peace overtures and said that any war between two nuclear-armed nations would be "suicidal" for both nations.

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    No military solution to Kashmir conflict, says Norwegian premier

    Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Monday said the Kashmir dispute between the nuclear armed neighbours — Pakistan and India — could not be solved only from a military standpoint.

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    Dialogue not war will resolve our issues, let us talk to resolve Kashmir: Pak army to India

    The Pakistan army has invited India to table for dialogue to resolve all the pending issues including the 70 years long pending dispute of Kashmir, the News International reported on Thursday.

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    India says any foreign journalists violating Indian laws liable to be punished

    All foreigners have to respect Indian law and those found in violation are liable to be punished but that does not mean they are blacklisted forever, a Home Ministry official said on Friday.

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    Amnesty slams ‘excessive’ use of force in Kashmir

    A worrying pattern is emerging in Kashmir where security forces are increasingly using indiscriminate and excessive force against civilians, the Amnesty India said on Monday, two days.

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    Can use strike drones in Kashmir if people accept "collateral damage": Indian Army chief

    The Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat has said that they can use drones in Jammu and Kashmir only if people are willing to accept “mistakes and the collateral damage,” said a media report.

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    Pro-Indian Kashmiri Politician Questions India's Presence at Taliban Talks

    Pro-Indian Politician in Indian-administered Kashmir on Friday questioned New Delhi's participation in a dialogue on Afghanistan in the presence of Taliban representatives while holding.

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    Turkey pledges to support Pakistan on Kashmir at UN

    In the group, which has been formed over Kashmir in the UN, we will stand with Pakistan and try to make [its efforts] successful,” the visiting Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told a press conference.

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    Novel depicts Kashmir conflict through short stories

    Young Kashmiri writer Feroz Rather takes a daring plunge into the macabre realm of violence and death in his debut novel "The Night of Broken Glass." Spanning 13 stories - predominantly set in.

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    This NYT Report Sums Up Kashmir Story

    Kashmir’s war, a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan, has smoldered for decades. Now it is collapsing into itself. The violence is becoming smaller, more intimate and harder to escape.

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