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Ban Ki-Moon And Kashmir

In Kashmir, Politics on 5 February, 2009 at 6:31 pm

Ban described the Kashmir stand-off as the most important issue of South Asia…(hindustan times)

India is destined for a tough time on Kashmir, internationally. The recent fair elections seem to have had the least effect at the international front.

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  1. India is destined for a tough time on Kashmir, internationally

    Don’t you know its hazardous to moon so much. The world has change a lot in the last 60 years!

  2. @K
    Moon or no Moon, UN has never been serious in making Kashmir, a priority in its wishlist of tasks. Its just another statement by a just another UN chief on Kashmir. I dont feel UN can force India and Pakistan to resolve Kashmir. International community does not treat local elections as a solution. At times successful local elections in a disputed region becomes a big headache for the International community. Hamas in Palestine is an example. So elections have no relevance at all. Fact of the matter is that, problem of Kashmir is still there and cant be ignored for long.

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