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Conflict harms Kashmir tourism

Recent cross-border fire scares visitors away from disputed region, once a magnet for tourists.

Last Modified: 18 May 2013 16:02
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Kashmir was once a magnet for tourists from all over the world, but it is better known now as a conflict zone these days.

India and Pakistan have fought over the region since they gained independence in 1947.

Tourists have began to find their way back to Indian-administered Kashmir, but it takes just one incident to make numbers go down again.

Al Jazeera's Sohail Rahman reports from Srinagar.

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