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    India rejects Turkey's offer to host multilateral talks on Kashmir

    While Pakistan welcomed on Monday Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s offer to strengthen the dialogue process for resolving the Kashmir issue, New Delhi asserted that it was an Indo-Pak bilateral matter.

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    Turkey sees role in Kashmir talks

    Setting the stage for intense diplomacy, Turkey has urged for multilateral dialogue to solve the Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan. In comments made to an Indian TV channel, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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    Teen girls with stones are the new threat in India’s Kashmir conflict

    The first stone was heavy in her hand before she let it fly. It arced through the smoky air and hit the khaki leg of a soldier. She barely stopped to watch the man grimace before she picked up another.

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    Indian forces kill 25 Kashmiris, arrest 646 in April

    Indian forces in their inhumane acts of state terrorism killed twenty five innocent Kashmiris including six young boys and two women in occupied Kashmir during April.

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    Erdogan urges India, Pak to settle Kashmir dispute once and for all

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who arrived here on Sunday on a two-day visit, has said that India and Pakistan need to “build bridges, strengthen dialogue between different stakeholders” to resolve the Kashmir.

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    ‘Let the people of J&K decide what they want’

    Professor at the Daniel K Inouye Asia-Pacific Centre for Security Studies, Honolulu, Dr Christopher Snedden is also a politico-strategic intelligence analyst and security practitioner who specialises in South Asia.

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    What Indians should know about war before demanding a military crackdown in Kashmir, Chhattisgarh

    Sections of India’s middle and upper classes seem increasingly drawn to the idea of using state violence to sort out political questions. This is expressed in many ways. Chander Prakash Ganga.

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    Kashmir forsaken

    Over 30 years ago, prime minister Indira Gandhi called off talks with Pakistan on a no-war pact because Pakistan’s representative to the UN Human Rights Commission, Agha Hilaly.

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    India blocks social media in Kashmir

    Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir have ordered internet service providers to block popular social media services as New Delhi forces intensify a crackdown across the Muslim-majority Himalayan region.

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    Kashmir has new protesters: College going girls

    After seeing days of closure, the schools in the valley opened with a slew of protests. With the violence and murders becoming a daily phenomenon, the situation has turned vulnerable.

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    China says CPEC has 'no direct link' with Kashmir issue

    China on Tuesday defended the strategic China-Pakistan Economic Corridor passing through PaK over which India has lodged strong protests, saying the project has "no direct link" with the Kashmir issue.

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    China threatens interference in Kashmir

    Chinese media on Thursday said that India, in a “clumsy and rude move”, is using the Dalai Lama “as a diplomatic tool to put pressure on China” and that Beijing could in turn interfere in “turbulent” Kashmir.

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    The Kashmir garden that made Shah Jehan green with envy (and other tales of spring in the Valley)

    In the 16th century, the Mughal emperor Akbar is said to have referred to Kashmir as his private garden: during his reign, only the highest ranking courtiers were allowed entry here.

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    Modi urges Kashmir youth to choose tourism over terrorism

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the youth of occupied Kashmir on Sunday to choose tourism and development, shortly after inaugurating a $574 million highway tunnel in the disputed valley.

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    Why Kashmir is on the brink of another hot summer

    When we are sitting on the brink of another year of unrest, the conditions that are important to a cosmetic engagement, let alone a meaningful dialogue, remain absent.

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    UN chief mulls talking to India, Pakistan on Kashmir

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is mulling the option of talking to senior officials from India and Pakistan on the situation in Kashmir and will see how things can be improved on the ground.

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    Poster seeking 'Azadi for Kashmir' surfaces in Indian varsity

    A poster calling for freedom for Kashmir had the India’s Jawaharlal Nehru University administration in a tizzy on Thursday.The solitary poster was noticed by some students.

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    10-nation ECO vows to combat terror at summit in Pakistan

    Established in 1985 for promoting economic, technical and cultural cooperation among the member states, ECO now comprises of a region that stretches from the Himalayas in the East to the West of Dardanelles from the Ara

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    India mulling control of mosques and media in Kashmir to improve situation

    A Ministry of Home Affairs,India report has purportedly recommended the “control” of the mosque, madrasa, print and television media, political scenario changes, strengthening of intelligence infrastructure.

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    Tajikistan To Reach Arabian Sea Via Kashmir Route

    Pakistan is mulling a trade route linking land locked Central Asian Republic of Tajikistan to warm waters of Arabian Sea via parts of Kashmir it controls.Pakistan conveyed the decision to Tajikistan.

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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.

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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.

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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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