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1 Some militants favour independence for Kashmir or union with Pakistan.
2 They have been trying to internationalise the Kashmir problem.
3 Tourism has long been the economic mainstay of Kashmir.
4 Four Western tourists held by armed guerrillas in Kashmir began their seventh month in captivity today.
5 In Kashmir and Punjab, religious wars seemingly without end rage on.
6 New Delhi need do no more than keep Kashmir under military occupation and keep the lid on guerrilla warfare.
7 Some militants favor independence for Kashmir or union with Pakistan.
8 You report that the Hindus of Kashmir hold the top government jobs in Kashmir.
9 We picked gentians and edelweiss in Kashmir and hibiscus and bougainvillaea in our own garden.
10 But the atmosphere in the Kashmir valley seems far too volatile for any talk of elections.
11 Today Gulmarg in Kashmir is the only reasonably developed ski area.
12 Kashmir is claimed by both India and Pakistan.
13 In this context,[www.Sentencedict.com] you raise the issue of Kashmir.
14 Suzy: And Kashmir is Islamic, right? So how did this escalation happen?
15 "With regards to Kashmir it remains our view a resolution of that issue has to take into account the wishes of the Kashmiri people," said William Burns.
16 Wedged between two enemies—India with its Hindu majority and Muslim Pakistan—Kashmir has been caught in the cross fire for a half century.
17 The political situation in Kashmir and Jammu is explosively unstable.
18 They see Indian troops in Kashmir an often brutal occupying force.
19 Washington and Moscow are believed to have similar views on Kashmir.
20 In the next few hours, seven more attacks brought terror to villages and towns across Kashmir.
21 The army, long seen as standing above the fray, dirtied its reputation in Kashmir earlier this year.
22 The failure to reach agreement came after a day of turmoil in Kashmir, the main bone of contention.
23 Several tourists were being held captive by rebels in Kashmir.
24 Olle Loman and Johan Jansson were the first foreigners to be seized during the rebellion in Kashmir.
25 He calmed secessionist sentiment by dealing constructively with the regional parties of Kashmir, Assam and Punjab.
26 China claims vast swathes of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir as well as Arunachal Pradesh, which it says were illegally ceded to India during the British Raj.
27 I have frequently been under fire on the tense Pakistani-Indian cease fire line, known as the Line of Control, that divided Kashmir into Indian and Pakistani-ruled portions.
28 A century ago, the great British geopolitician, Sir Halford Mackinder, called Kashmir one of the world's primary strategic pivots –the nexus of continents, empires, and civilizations.
29 They include ports on the Arabian Sea and a proposed rail project which has yet to be approved, but which would arouse controversy, and Indian ire, by running through contested territory in Kashmir.
30 The same goes for a rock carving in Jammu and Kashmir of the Hindu deity Devi riding a lion; and for the ruins of a copper temple in Arunachal Pradesh on the border with China.
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