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Removal Of Special Status Roils Muslim-Majority Kashmir

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Indian Home Minister Amit Shah arrives at the Parliament on Monday carrying a copy of a confidential document that lists the procedure for revoking Kashmir's special status in New Delhi. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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As India's middle class grows, more domestic tourists are coming to Gulmarg, a resort in Indian-administered Kashmir that used to be a playground for British colonial rulers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Furkan Latif Khan/NPR hide caption

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Surrounded By Military Barracks, Skiers Shred The Himalayan Slopes Of Indian Kashmir

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Indian protesters in Mumbai burn posters of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan during a demonstration against the Feb. 14 attack that killed more than 40 Indian policemen in the Kashmir region. Rajanish Kakade/AP hide caption

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Pakistan's Long Support For Militants Puts The Country In A Bind

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Pakistani soldiers stand next to what Pakistan says is the wreckage of an Indian fighter jet shot down in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir in the Bhimber district near the Line of Control on Wednesday. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pakistan Says It's Holding Indian Pilot After Jet Shot Down In Cross-Border Airstrike

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Snowflakes began accumulating on the turf by halftime during a Feb. 6 game at Real Kashmir's home stadium in Srinagar. The coach of the visiting team said later that some members of his team, from southern India, had never seen snow. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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Against The Odds, A Pro Soccer Team In Kashmir Is Close To Winning India's Top Title

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Indian security forces inspect the remains of a vehicle following an attack on a Central Reserve Police Force convoy that killed at least 44 officers and injured several others in Kashmir south of Srinagar on Thursday. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Villagers inspects the damage after their home were gutted by firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Jora farm village last week in Ranbir Singh Pura district of Jammu, India. Nitin Kanotra/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Kashmiri protesters engulfed in tear-gas face down Indian paramilitary troops during a demonstration Sunday against the killing of rebels in Srinagar, in Indian-administered Kashmir. Dar Yasin/AP hide caption

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Indian paramilitary troopers search the bags of Hindu pilgrims during the annual pilgrimage to the shrine at Amarnath cave on Tuesday. Security forces protect the pilgrims, but police say the bus that was attacked was not authorized and thus not protected. Tauseef Mustafa/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Indian government forces douse a burning tire left by protesters in the Kashmiri city of Srinagar. Violence has swept through the disputed region since separatist rebel Burhan Wani was killed by the Indian army on Friday. Yawar Nazir/Getty Images hide caption

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Small boats operated by the National Disaster Response Force ferry flood victims in Kashmir on Saturday. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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As Floodwaters Recede In Kashmir Valley, Anger Grows

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Zubin Mehta conducts the Bavarian State Orchestra in Srinagar, India, on Saturday night. The heavy security surrounding the event was an affront to many citizens of the state, which has chafed under heavy police presence for the better part of two decades. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Supporters of India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party protest Tuesday in Allahabad, India, against the deaths of five Indian soldiers. India has accused Pakistani soldiers of firing across the Line of Control in Kashmir; Islamabad denies the charge. Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP hide caption

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