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India is set to withdraw the special status of the disputed territory of Kashmir and split the state in two, in a move likely to face major resistance in the Muslim-majority state and escalate tensions with Pakistan. China controls another part in the east. India and Pakistan have gone to war a further two times over Kashmir , most recently in Artillery, mortar and small arms fire are still frequently exchanged. The ruler of Kashmir dithered over which to join until tribal fighters entered from Pakistan intent on taking the region for Islamabad. Kashmir asked Delhi for assistance, signing a treaty of accession in exchange for the intervention of Indian troops, who fought the Pakistanis to the modern-day line of control.

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The girl has identified one Shabir Ahmad and a woman, both residents of Kulgam, as the main players of the racket. SRINAGAR: A girl here has alleged that she was exploited after being pushed into flesh trade and that several influential people were part of the racket. In an over-a-minute-long video, which has gone viral on the social media, the girl has said she believes many highprofile people, including politicians and police officers, are involved in the scandal. At night, they gave me some pills and a man, who was also staying there, did whatever he wanted as I fell unconscious. She said the accused woman used to blackmail her saying she would upload the video on the social media. We stayed in a hotel there. Every time, the woman and her daughter were accompanying me," she said, adding that there were many other girls involved in the racket as well.

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We continue to produce events and special projects while we explore where the on-site journalism goes next. For many of the women whose husbands, sons or fathers have died in clashes over the disputed Kashmir region, photos are all they have left of their loved ones. She opened the lid of a large aluminum storage trunk and pulled out two picture frames holding photos of her sons, Manzoor Ahmad and Abdul Qayoom, who were killed by the Indian armed forces in Both were militants and had joined the fight against Indian rule in Kashmir, which many Kashmiris consider to be a military occupation. According to official figures, the violence in Kashmir and Jammu has claimed 43, lives since the clashes began in
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