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Employment eludes Kashmir's youth
No new industries coming up in Indian-administered state, which is still feeling the effects of civil unrest.
Last Modified: 15 Aug 2012 11:08

In 2010 violence erupted across Indian-administered Kashmir as a wave of protests erupted against the Indian rule.

For weeks, a state of curfew was imposed, bringing down productivity and people's morale.

While normaity has returned back to the state, there are other problems facing people here.

No new jobs have been created and no new industries are being set up. Because of this, more than 600,000 people are looking for work.

Prerna Suri reports from Srinagar. the state capital, where the economy has been suffering because of years of unrest.

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