Kashmiri Muslim men walks across a crop field towards Dolipora village in Lolab valley, northern Kashmir. The bottom of the valley, as well as the entrance to it, is under control by Indian army, but the Islamist militancy is spread out in the surrounding mountains. By its beauty, spirituality and cultural treasures, Kashmir is considered "the crown of India", but it is a crippled place strained under rigid siege imposed by Indian rule. Kupwara district, Indian administrated Kashmir.
Filename: KASHMIR. THE CRIPPLED CROWN OF INDIA.
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