Prospects Poor for Widows of Kashmir

Decades of fighting in Kashmir have created an estimated 40,000 widows. They say the state discriminates against them because most of their husbands fought against it. Most widows have few resources; many are unemployed and face obstacles to remarrying. Miranda Kennedy reports.



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