All these rivers flow from India into Pakistan. Wood: Kashmir is also famous for its wood, the Kashmir willow. Experts believe that it is the best wood for making a cricket bat. Kashmiri wood is also used for building boats. Sufism: Sufism, the mystical dimension of Islam, reached Kashmir in the 16th century. The Sufi tradition is associated with religious harmony. Many of the saints held dear by Kashmiris were Sufi monks. Sufi singers such as Abida Parveen are popular to this day.
Kashmir on the silver screen: Kashmir used to be the most popular location of the Indian film industry during the s. It was a golden era for Kashmir. However, the valley has witnessed violence on an almost daily basis ever since. These days, only one or two films are shot on location in Kashmir every year.
Fighting in the clouds: the Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan has been going on and experts see little hope of a solution in the foreseeable future. Both countries spend lots of resources on their half of the divided territory, with their respective armies squared off on what some view as the highest battlefield in the world, the Siachen glacier 5,m. India has flooded its side of Kashmir with troops in a security clampdown to prevent any violence, igniting outrage in Pakistan. Kashmir, split between the two countries since , has been the spark for two major wars and countless clashes between them.
Khan spoke after Pakistan fired back Wednesday at Delhi's "jingoistic rhetoric" when India's foreign minister vowed to retake Islamabad's portion of Kashmir. In the latest move, Pakistan said on Wednesday it had denied Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi permission to fly through its airspace due to the "situation in Indian occupied Kashmir". Qureshi said Modi had requested to use Pakistani airspace on 20 and 28 September for a trip to and from Germany.
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Tensions have spiralled since New Delhi's move on its side of the de facto border — the Line of Control — to change the status of the Himalayan territory, with Pakistan repeatedly likening Modi to Hitler and calling for international intervention. Khan has held demonstrations across the country to protest against the move and will highlight the issue later this month at the UN General Assembly in New York. Anchar, a densely-populated, working-class area of Srinagar, is a pocket of resistance to India's revocation in early August of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, the country's only Muslim-majority state.
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