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Kashmiris seek new approach to solve conflict

Community leaders say solution lies with addressing nationalistic roots of Indian-Pakistani tensions.

Last Modified: 09 May 2013 23:52
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The conflict between India and Pakistan over Kashmir has killed thousands of soldiers and civilians from both sides.

Kashmiris want a lasting peace, but how to achieve that remains a puzzle no one has been able to solve.

Some politician and senior religious are now suggesting a new approach that taps into the nationalistic roots of the problem.

Al Jazeera’s Sohail Rahman reports Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir.

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