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cashmere, cashmere wool

fine, downy hair fiber from the Kashmiri goat.
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To pay rich tribute to the departed Kashmir leader for his life-time services to the Kashmir cause, a ceremony was held here in Mirpur under the auspices of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation League (JKLL).
Major inaugural ceremony to pay tributes to the departed Kashmir leader was held here in a local hotel under the auspices of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation League.
11 ( ANI ): Massive protests continued in cities across Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Sunday over a demand to abolish the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Council headed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
India's defeat in Kashmir is foretold; the shape of this defeat is evovling.
The participants kept chanting 'Kashmir Banega Pakistan' (Kashmir will join Pakistan), 'Kashmir Ki Azadi Tak Jang Jari Raehigi' (War till Kashmir gets freedom) and other slogans.
However, as of now, Article 1 or for that matter any other Article of the Constitution of India, applies to Kashmir, not directly but, only through Article 370.
But despite all these machinations, India has no success in winning the hearts and minds of Kashmiris and annexing the state of Kashmir.
The President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan, made these remarks while addressing a Kashmir Conference organised by the Kashmir Supreme Council headed by Raja Sikandar here in London.
LAHORE -- President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Sardar Masood Khan has said that Pakistan and Kashmir are inter-related and Pakistan is incomplete until Kashmir becomes part of its territory.
THE GOVERNMENT of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir has banned the sale, purchase and exhibition of 16 books and booklets written or compiled by writers and authors seeking complete independence of Jammu and Kashmir.
The state of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is not a sovereign state, nor is it a province of Pakistan.
Now after nearly a decade, the most important question being asked in Kashmir streets, post NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan, is "Will the battle-hardened-fighters penetrate deeper into Kashmir once again?