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    1. Recent clashes in Kashmir between troops and students have wounded more than 100 people. The Himalayan border state between India and Pakistan is predominantly Muslim and has been in ...

    2. Pakistan Looks to Reboot Relationship With U.S.

      The Wall Street Journal35 minutes ago

      Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said Islamabad wants the new U.S. administration to help resolve its decades-old conflict with India over the Kashmir region and is offering to help ...

    3. Opinion | A Cruel April in Kashmir

      New York Times17 hours ago

      Every year, or at the least every other year, there arrive seasons of killing and mourning in the valley of Kashmir. On Sunday, April 9, elections were held for a parliamentary seat left ...

    4. SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Anti-India protests triggered clashes between students and government forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir on Monday, as authorities reopened schools ...

    5. Police fired into a crowd of stone-throwing students in Indian Kashmir on Monday, as violence in the disputed Himalayan region intensified. Hundreds of student protesters shouting "We ...

    6. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made a strong appeal to states asking them to help integrate the young men and woman from Kashmir into the mainstream.

    7. China retaliates The more controversially outspoken Global Times suggested that China could retaliate by supporting the anti-Indian militancy in Kashmir – which, Delhi would say, it already ...

    8. In this April 23, 2017 photo, Associated Press photographer Dar Yasin & Kashmiri student Khushboo Jan, right, browse pictures on a smart phone in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir ...

    9. In 1999, the first warning of Pakistani intruders in Kargil came from Nomads travelling with their cattle. Eighteen years later, nomadic families are living in fear.

    10. Maoists used rocket launchers and sophisticated arms to target CRPF jawans in Sukma. CRPF lost its 25 men in the ambush which lasted just 20-25 minutes.

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