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CEASE-FIRE ON BORDERS

The daily Srinagar Times writes editorially that it is good news that two operation commanders of India and Pakistan  have agreed to strictly abide by 2003 cease-fire agreement (executed during A. B. Vajpayee’s time) and to see that there are no violations. But, will this arrangement last?

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A MATTER OF CONCERN

The J&K Chief Minister, Ms. Mehbooba Mufti has been persistently advocating negotiations with Pakistan and separatists, and according to her, without that, the situation of uncertainty and unrest would not come to end, writes daily Srinagar Times editorially. However, demanding talks does not mean demanding separation of state from the country.

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THE MANTRA OF NEGOTIATIONS

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The army chief has given the argument, given by Home Minister, that negotiations are not possible as long as Pakistan continues to support militants. Pakistan says that its efforts for peace should not be regarded as weakness and blames India for disturbance in Kashmir. Both countries say they are willing for talks, but want the other to take the initiative, writes daily Srinagar Times editorially. According to the daily the two countries have lost the capability to resolve their problems and have become puppets of USA.

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AMERICAN POLICY TOWARDS INDIA AND PAKISTAN

India and Pakistan feel proud to be allies of USA. But USA wants to keep Kashmir problem alive, so as to exploit both, writes daily Srinagar Times editorially. According to daily US threatened Pakistan of taking action, if Pakistan does not act against terrorism.

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DR. FAROOQ’S VOICE AGAINST ‘AZADI’

According to daily Srinagar Times, Dr. Farooq Abdullah, the former Chief Minister of J&K state clearly says that India has betrayed the people of Kashmir by not sticking to the conditions laid down in Accession document. He has signaled that autonomy is the solution.

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THE GARDENS!

The Urdu daily Srinagar Times has pointed out that we have failed in preserving the beauty of the so called paradise. The daily writes that maintenance of Gardens has been very poor. The concerned people need to look into this.

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