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General Bikram Singh says army must stay and have special powers in view of possible "terrorist spill-over" into region.
Three reported killed in violence northwest of Srinagar, the second such battle in the past two weeks.
India plans to build a separation wall in the Himalayan region, but rebels have warned against such a move.
The traditional portable fire-pot in Indian-administered Kashmir keeps people warm during harsh winter months.
Decades of conflict have produced many ‘half-widows’ whose husbands have disappeared but are not declared deceased.
Kashmir's inherent beauty remains undiminished despite years of conflict that has swept the region.
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Pampore in Indian-administered Kashmir is living up to its reputation as "Saffron Town" as harvesting season arrives.
Residents on each side of the Line of Control endure shelling near their homes almost daily.
Behind the towering willows, Kashmir's cricket bat industry is a living, breathing symbol of the conflict.
Report says more than 2,000 bodies found buried in unmarked graves, believed to be victims of the separatist revolt.
Al Jazeera speaks to author Mridu Rai about how the minority Hindu community fits into the Kashmir dispute.
Nabza Bano lost her three sons and her home to the conflict.
Majid Maqbool
An estimated 100,000 Hindus left the valley after the start of the insurgency, but what happened to those who remained?
Last September a delegation of Indian politicians visited Kashmir, but is the subsequent calm merely an illusion?
Divya Gopalan
The trust deficit between India and Pakistan is not only toxic to Kashmir but has broader ramifications in South Asia.
Al Jazeera reports on the boys who never came home.
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