Kashmir

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  •  The region, with a total area of some 85,800 square miles, has been the subject of dispute between India and Pakistan since the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947. 
  • Ladies and Gentlemen we have arrived in Kashmir.
  •  The Line of Control divides the region, with one part military occupied by India and one administered by Pakistan. India would like to make it the accepted international boundary.
  • I read that the population of the Indian-administered  is more than 60% Muslim, making it the only state within India where Muslims are in the majority.
  • in my magazine it states,"Many people in the territory do not want it to be governed by India, preferring instead either independence or union with Pakistan."
  • As with other disputed territories, each government issues maps depicting their claims in Kashmir as part of their territory, regardless of actual control.
  • One of the origins of the conflict is with water. Many of the Pakistani irrigation systems can be controlled from India. 
  • less people have visited Kashmir because of terrorism, but it still remains one of the most sought after tourist destinations. 
  • Tourism has been important in Kashmir for many years. Many people call the region Paradise on Earth.Tourists from all over the world visit Kashmir. 
  • Welcome to Kashmir! I hope you enjoy your stay! 
  • Thank you! we are here to explore the Kashmir conflict more!
  • Maybe tomorrow we can go see the Line of Control.... 
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