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Backing for hardliners

An influential separatist in Indian Kashmir on Monday threw his support behind hardliners in the divided secessionist alliance, saying two-way talks with New Delhi would lead nowhere.

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Farmer survives hanging

A man left for dead after being hanged by armed captors in insurgency-hit Indian Kashmir survived for a day strung up to a tree, a report said on Monday.

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Aussie woman: Brothers raped me repeatedly

An Australian woman has complained that she was held captive by two men in Indian Kashmir and sexually assaulted for two months in a houseboat, the police said Sunday.

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Two blasts mar festivities in India

Dozens were killed or injured, many of them children, in two blasts in India as the country's premier marked Indian Independence Day Sunday with a pledge to wage an unrelenting fight against terrorism.

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Pakistanis throng border on N-Day

Thousands of people thronged the Wagah border crossing between India and Pakistan yesterday to celebrate Independence Day while hailing moves aimed at normalising relations between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.

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Pakistan, India tackle thorny issue of terrorism

Pakistan and India met yesterday to confront the sensitive issue of terrorism in the latest step aimed at ending hostility over Kashmir, where India accuses Pakistan of backing extremists.

Letters

Deadly encounter with cops in India

The police call them encounter deaths. The civil rights activists call them cold-blooded murders. While the two exchange recriminations publicly, the death toll in encounter killings keeps rising steadily.

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Seven die in barracks attack

Two night-time raiders killed five soldiers and forced 200 of them to flee their hotel barracks on a tourist island in Kashmir's Dal Lake, but the troops #8211; some of them in rowboats #8211; later surrounded and killed the militants in gunbattles before daybreak, officials said.

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Pakistani, Indian foreign ministers hold peace talks

Foreign ministers from India and Pakistan met to review a fledgling peace process yesterday and discuss divided Kashmir, the root cause of decades of hostility between the nuclear-armed neighbours.

Lifestyle

Keeper of Cartier’s treasures

As director of patrimony, Pierre Rainero is in that enviable position of looking after The Art of Cartier Collection on its endless journeys across the globe. Yet he confides to KEE HUA CHEE there is a downside to all the glitter and extravagance.