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India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about the major milestones the government has to navigate as it charts a future course for Jammu and Kashmir, in the July 26, 2021 edition of the India Today Magazine.
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Appropriate branding and marketing of fruit crops and establishment of market linkages for exotic and non-seasonal vegetables and flowers in different metro cities of India will ensure a wider reach for the horticultural produce from Kashmir.
After his unsuccessful propaganda over Kashmir, Imran Khan now needs something new to sell at the domestic and international level. Thus, the new political map of Pakistan.
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Mehbooba Mufti continues to take on the BJP-led regime on Article 370 even when the other co-signatories of the Gupkar Declaration have fallen silent.
Naikoo, like others of his ilk, took to jihadist terror because it gave them a sense of purpose and was a higher calling. Not because someone at some time was slapped by a policeman.
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The famed Kashmiri saffron has been granted the Geographical Indication (GI) tag, symbolising its exclusivity in the international market.
While Beijing needs to flaunt its ‘true friend’ to the world, and Islamabad needs a counterweight to its ‘eternal enemy’ India.
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Kashmiris are used to socialising at the mosques, around street corners and at common compounds.
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