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Fresh update on "kashmir" discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:49 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kashmir" discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by MD Anderson. Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients through new approaches and detection and advanced therapies more making cancer history dot. com. Just in Ho with marketplace, the economy is changing so fast it's hard to keep up to our latest podcast is here to help. It's called the marketplace minute. Give us just sixty seconds. We'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day market updates business news in hell the numbers affect your personal economy. We'll tell you what you need to know why it matters. Just ask your smart speaker to play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts. Reeling from the impact of Beirut's chemical explosion Lebanon. Makes Clear. It urgently needs international aid live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World. Service I'm Victoria Craig Good Morning as Lebanon holds three days of mourning for those who died after an explosion at the port of Beirut on Tuesday. The Nation's Economy Minister has made an urgent appeal for financial assistance to help the economy recover Raul Nama said the nation and its central bank have limited resources to deal with the impact of the tragedy. Here he is speaking to the BBC or ready we were in in innovative. Any bad situation has as you know as everybody knows were. Seeking IMF health, and now if you look at the images UCLA support S- practically destroyed and that is not one houses I. Say not one House Not one store to an apartment that was not badly damaged. Really. It is apocalyptic which speaking probably about billions of dollars Lebanon's economy was already on the brink just this hour French President Emmanuel Macron has landed in Beirut where he'll meet the country's president and prime minister. He says urgent action is needed and will encourage the country's leaders to enact reform amid accusations of political corruption and negligence Nazar. A Lebanon's businessman based in Beirut believes the city can come back stronger, but he says it. Will require a committed effort from government not everyone trusts. This is amazing about this country has so much potential in the sense that you have a trilingual society tickles politics society on a real fashion very very, very vibrant could rebuild this country in in five years. There's no shortage of talent or capital or connections or ability to create a future but I think the ruling elites has to go the chorus for change is growing and international aid is on the way but Andrew Freeman, a Middle East analyst at control risks. Consultancy says getting help to the places and people most in need likely won't be a straightforward task. We've seen office support coming. From places that you wouldn't expect Israel being the obvious one Iran even came out in lanes Lebanon and the Lebanese government for this for the the accidents on Tuesday. So there is a general consensus that that Lebanon needs help in Lebanon should get help I think one of the sad things about all of this is that whilst the IMF and other lines have been put on the backburner now the international community is very winning to put money into Lebanon on a already coming into the country. But whether GONNA struggle is how the aid is dispersed who's in charge of dispensing that money traditionally flows out of development grunts into the pockets of politicians. Corruption and negligence and mismanagement GonNa Continue. Lebanon's government has reportedly giving given an investigative team four days to determine responsibility for Tuesday's explosion, which killed at least one, hundred, thirty, five people and injured thousands. Checking financial markets global shares moving lower this morning while haven gold is higher London's footsie one hundred is down more than one percent, the Bank of England. This morning said, it expects the economy here to shrink nine and a half percent this year it's a less severe contraction than the fourteen percent downturn previously forecast meanwhile tote Toyota's latest financial results. Today showed second quarter profits were nearly wiped out by the covid nineteen crisis which kept buying a car. Off The minds of many people, shares of the company though or up nearly one percent since its results were stronger than other car manufacturers, it's been a year since the Indian government withdrew the special status of Indian administered Kashmir critics accused the government of targeting India's only Muslim-majority state but New Delhi insisted the move would boost the region's economy opening it up to investment the BBC's run a day Mukherjee investigates whether the government's economic promises have been fulfilled. Causey said in his garden with his computer looking at his online business. His family has sold the region's famous cashmere shawl for. To buyers around the world. But in the past year since the in government enforced a strict lockdown in indian-controlled Kashmir, his business has struggled that says with restrictions on movement, as well as terminent bans on using the Internet and mobile phones have made exporting the product impossible. For low site, it was adding illegal alien sustaining of other sectors visit. The Kashmiri handicraft industry employs close to three hundred thousand people. Fifty percent of them are women. A majority of these handmade products are sold in Europe, America and the Middle East but last year eight all changed says sheep ushered the President of the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce van der will orders we couldn't make anything that is Our people are jobless. The region is no stranger to conflict for decades. It's all a violent insurgency and frequent clashes between locals and security forces by revoking indian-controlled Kushner's special status. The Indian government promised outside investment into the region boosting the economy at a public rally in June this year India's Defense Minister Raj Singh said that plans for cashmere were on track Agami. What she say the development of Kashmir is our priority and then the next five years will change the faith of. Cushman. In a way that even those in pakistan-administered Kashmir will wish they were in India's. For the first time mining tenders were opened up to the rest of India and awarded through on. But with no access to the Internet, many Kush meads like sheep Taco, a mining contractor could not participate and eighty.

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One nation, under gods? Indias divisive temple

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:55 min | 1 d ago

One nation, under gods? Indias divisive temple

"Off. Today India's Prime Minister Narendra. Modi. Traveled to the northeastern city of yoga which was hung with saffron flags and more than one hundred, thousand jobs. He came to lay the first stone of temple to Rahm incarnation of the Hindu God vishnu with believed was born in the city. This isn't the standard fare of a politician pressing the flesh for a photo op. It fulfils a promise Mr Moody made as a young politician to return to iota only when construction on a new temple began. Key. Speech at the dedication broadcast into the whole country he said the temple would be a symbol of unity that the weight of centuries and today. Agreement nation. Idea A symbol of unity. It is not the weight of centuries as Mr Moody and his BJP party see it goes back to the founding of a mosque on the site that was razed to the ground nearly thirty years ago. When we're talking about a Yoda today, we're talking about a very specific place just a couple of acres off the center of town where there was a great big mosque built in the sixteenth century and destroyed by Hindu activists in nineteen ninety-two. Alex. TREBEK's is the economists India correspondent based in Delhi the site of that former mosque is what's under contention? It's been the most controversial. Acre. In all of India. Ever since and the question is whether or not Hindus may bill the temple to Rahm right there and so how did things progressive since nineteen ninety two when the the mosque was destroyed how does that end up as a temple concentration today? It's been a terribly. Tortuous story through the courts after decades of legal stasis and very bizarre humiliation the supreme. Court. Last November, few months after Narendra Modi Wins, wapping reelection decides that the most crucial part of the ground ought to be given to the Hindus go ahead and build the temple that you've been clamoring for these decades. The court noted that the demolition of the mosque illegal in sort of compensation that no one appreciated very much allocated several acres of idle land outside the town to Muslims. In effect, the court just gave the Hindus white they had wanted and I mean the Hindu nationalists, the very groups that had clamored for the destruction of the mosque and eighty is a ninety S. And so what precisely is happening today then so today is the last of three days of the ceremony. Put. In which people most notably the prime minister are doing various prayers, offering ritual sacrifices, and so on. Around the site itself most spectacularly in the middle of all the Prime Minister Narendra. Modi ritually lifted into place the forty kilograms silver brick, which serves as temples foundation stone. Now it's consecrated and all its left is to keep on raising money and build the actual structure itself and what's the reaction been from Muslims about this this contentious building. You know in a way Muslims and everyone cares about civil rights and the secular foundation of India knows what to say no. One's happy about it. firebrand Muslim leader in Parliament Assadi. Noisy has criticized the prime minister going to a religious event and it's indeed striking that the prime minister should be there on the temple grounds with a bunch of priests and Politicos all mixed in as if they were a single class, it's shocking if you've been sleeping under a rock as India's changed in recent years and in fact, I was Struck that there have been no mass protests by Muslim groups either after the Supreme Court's decision last November nor today it doesn't mean they're happy about it. But at this point, the thing to protest, we talked a lot about Narendra Modi's brand of Hindu nationalism I. Guess This is kind of a pinnacle. Then for his aims I mean what? What does this mean for him and his party it is a pinnacle of sorts but I think it's more important to look at this as the end of a long first stage of Hindu nationalism. Movement. In India. We're looking at something more like a capstone than a foundation stone and at the same time this date August fifth was chosen for quite obvious reason. It's the first anniversary of this government very bold move to strip the state of jump in Kashmir India's only Muslim state a year ago of its status as a state and rule it directly from Delhi that was one of the main three goals that the Hindu nationalist movement had till. Now now, the third of those goals creating a uniform civil code that would bind. Muslim family law into line with Hindu and secular family law governs most of the rest of India is a less inspiring goal and it's been half accomplished. Already what Mr Moody is going to need in future is another another series of rallying cries like build the temple and where he's GonNa find them it's just not obvious at this point. So today's ceremony is is not a cause for for great triumph. This is this is not the the the end of this long road for the Jay he's hindu-nationalist goals and therefore mission accomplished. This is a triumph. Yes. By all rights Mr, Modi a good one to be taking the victory lap for his party is ideologically movement but that's also very backwards looking Mr Moody was elected with a terrific share of the parliamentary seats in two thousand fourteen in the first place. Because of these hindu-nationalist goals which attracted the devotion of his base, but because Indians were eager for change for economic development and good technocratic governance of a sort that he seemed specially poised to offer, there are various reforms for which he and his government can claim credit over the past six years. But there are many many more disappointments and in particular over the past two years say before the covid nineteen pandemic and then much much worse since it's begun, India's facing an economic crisis, it's every indicator is worse than they've been in a generation. So there's GonNa be a very strongly felt need. A week the opposition to come up with some way of rallying the country some nationalistic theme or series of themes to distract from the sort of impasse in India finds itself had economically this Hindu. Nationalist ideology offers no guidance towards what India's trade policy ought to be say or how environmental law to be fixed or scrapped. They've got a steady ideology, but it's not tacked onto any particular policies at this point i. think that the government we have in place right now strong government but in dark turbulent times is going to be almost desperate to find something to replace the impetus with. Altogether, though these changes that have already gone through, do you think it chips away at the basis of modern India's government? The the idea that religion shouldn't be a part of it. Yeah I think that India as we know it maybe as an idea we almost to retire Mahatma? Gandhi. Still on on every currency note but this is not Ghandi's India anymore you might almost say that the the anti-secularist of one it's now very ordinary to see symbols of state power mixed with. Symbols of sectarian dominance over the hindu-majority expressing itself often revanchist terms, which is why this template a Yoda really does. Alex thanks very much for joining US Jason. Thanks very much.

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Loving Jesus Supremely (Luke 14:26)

Pray the Word with David Platt

07:01 min | 2 d ago

Loving Jesus Supremely (Luke 14:26)

"Luke Chapter Fourteen Verse Twenty Six. If anyone comes to me. And does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters. Yes and even his own life. He cannot be my disciple. What statement? Now we've seen this language before earlier in. Chapter? Nine. Verse Twenty three she said if anyone comes to me. So again, this is enter Dr he what it means to follow Jesus. He says he must hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters. And even his own life like what does that mean like? Elsewhere in scripture we honor Your father and mother love your wife lay down your life for your wife and your children and brothers and sisters around you like love, your family love and brothers and sisters in Christ. Certainly. I, Love Your family. So we see that in structure. So what is Jesus saying here then? And basically, and this is a powerful picture. Jesus is calling us. To love him. So. Now again, this is what it means to be a follower views. Introductory to love him so supremely. that. Even our closest relationships in this world look like hate in comparison. Do you. Do you love Jesus like that. The I love Jesus like that. Even my relationship with my wife like I. Love My wife's. I love my kids so much. Love My mom, my dad. But do I love Jesus. In a way that makes those relationships look like, hey, in comparison is what Jesus said this exact language you just used in Matthew Chapter Ten and a similar passage where Jesus said, whoever loves his father or mother more than me is not worthy of me like this is the greatest commandment, love God with all your heart and all your soul, all your mind, all your strength. So today reprint for the Kashmiri. Muslims. In Pakistan one point, two, million of them and So Kashmir's contested region all round that combines Pakistan India in particular but the Kashmiri Muslims are Sunni Muslims. If. Someone who is a Kashmiri Muslim. Here's The Gospel and decides to follow Jesus. The likelihood is they will totally lose their family. Like home and dad would disown them. Brother or sister disown them may even try to kill them. Like I've I've been near this region in the world I think about one man and his wife who came to know Christ. Up In this area who upon coming to know Christ were kicked out of their homes. They ended up getting married as followers of Jesus and they worked they wanted to get back to their families to be able to share the gospel with them. So they worked their way back to where they could go visit their families, their families welcomed them in or so they thought one day they were standing. There with her family and he left the husband left to go and visit with his family. And when he came back, his wife had been poisoned to death in her own home buyer own family. Jesus says. If anyone comes to me and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters. Yes and even his own life, he cannot be my disciple. I. This is what it means to follow Jesus. So. God, we praise you I. Praise you that. Upon coming to faith in you. That I didn't. I didn't lose my my family on this earth. God I know that's a reality for many of our brothers and sisters in Christ. We pray we prefer strengthen them. Pray, for your help. In their lives. Got I pray for this husband. Can pictures face right now mention his name but I pray you continue to strengthen him and help him in a pulled him. God regardless. Of where we live in the world, we pray you would help us. To obey your word here in Luke Chapter Fourteen Verse Twenty Six help us to love you Jesus supremely. And we pray that this would transform affect our love for father, mother wife Children Brothers, and sisters, and even the way we look at our own life guy that we would love others for your Sake, the God we pray that all be driven by supreme love for you got refrain each of our hearts I pray this in my own heart and this over every single person who's listening to this right now. Give us Elvis to grow in love for you that would make our closest relationships in this world. Look like hate in comparison help us to love you with all her heart and all our soul all our mind, all their strength and how lay down our lives to love you more than we love our own lives and we pray that as we do this, you would use our lives to make your love known right around us and our families and our churches in our cities and to the ends of the earth among Kashmiri Muslims in bogus I was delayed out has to make your love known among more and more and more Kashmiri Muslims in Pakistan. We. Love you. We WanNa grow in our love for you even as we praise and worship and glorify you for your love for us. We pray all this in Jesus name.

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Understanding the border dispute between India and China

Between The Lines

05:48 min | Last month

Understanding the border dispute between India and China

"Together China in India account for more than one third of the entire population of the world, and if you believe the predictions of Keisha Mahbubani, remember him. He's been a skit on this program. He's the distinguished Singaporean intellectual. He says the future is Asian, and it's China's and India's to shame. But as my next guest points out. There, a deep historical tensions between these two budding global superpowers, which might make that impossible. China and India share land border in the Himalayas which has been in dispute since nineteen, sixty two, and it's been a pretty quiet style for decades, however, since May tensions have been rising nuclear powers facing off in a remote corner of the Himalayas, the disputed Kashmir region. This is the first the classroom this border in forty five years Indian government confirmed twenty of its soldiers were killed in the clash. China seems to now be making new claims to territory now. Will this be the event that pushes India away from Chana. Chana for good, and what does it mean for the rest of the World Tom V. Madan is a senior fellow in the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution. In Washington. She's the author of a new book called Fateful Triangle. How China shut US India relations during the cold. War She's got an article in this month's foreign. Affairs magazine on how China is losing India Tovey. Welcome to between the lines. Thank you for having me Tom now. The border dispute between China and India has probably been the most tasteful. Conflict in the world. No one died and forty five years. What sit this conflict of? It was set off because of some early moves in early May that. had. Brought forward troops and equipped military equipment at different points on the China. India boundary the line of actual control. In the western sector particularly of their border, which is eastern Hlavac and at multiple points, what we saw was attempts to change the status quo whether it was to establish a permanent presence in built in areas, but both sides claim. Or attempts to stop a Indian patrols from moving in those areas which they have traditionally done. That's set the context. It's been going on since at least early May. What we actually saw what was happening to June, sixth meeting between senior military commanders was that they had agreed to a process of de-escalation and disengagement but something went very wrong in the course of this de-escalation. And this is where the incident took place. Now this particular incident has just been a larger in scale and an this whole stat of larger scale, but also regrets aggressiveness and the ones we've seen before, and there are reports that both countries are deploying some serious weapons to the bases close to the border. Is this just posturing, or is there a serious risk of Esscalation I? Think these kind of situation. There's always a risk of escalation. We've seen at least three. faceoffs three major face before this one between the Chinese and Indian military's in two, thousand, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen in two thousand seventeen This one is could have larger in scale. We've seen as we did. On June fifteenth that even though they have traditionally had a whole series of agreements, standard operating procedures protocols in place between the two countries to avoid the kind of Esscalation we saw injured fifteenth. They clearly are not sufficient anymore, so let's put this in a broader historical context. China and India and went to war in nineteen, sixty two over the border. Now this of course was at the heart of the Cold War. Taibbi take us back to the geopolitical context of the time what was going on? By the time, the nineteen sixty sixty-two war broke out between China and India. You've seen a few years from about nineteen fifty seven about five years already of rising China Idiot tensions you've seen. The Indians relies that The Chinese did not consider. The boundary settled that they were building. A roads through territory India sought was India's. You saw scuffles skirmishes at between. The. Two sides patrols at various points on the boundary. You also saw the escape of the Lama. At a number of Tibetan. Refugees remain to stay in India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, which the Chinese soil with deep suspicion and suspected that the US and you had worked together to engineer about escape. And, so you seem kind of rising tensions between China and India and at the same time you see you saw. The US India actually because in a national park because of their shared concerns about China actually starting to move closer towards each other for the for the the US This saw a in democratic India as both Jew potential, a political counterbalance, but also democratic contrast to soviet-backed Communist China accident, very interested in supporting it. N India welcomed that support, and so that was the. what was? Preceded that sixty to war, but which occurred when the Chinese decided. To move what they call the self defense a counterattack. And in nineteen, sixty two. Move across across the boundary took and defeated India quite badly, which laughed a number of different. It's a it's left a lot of historical baggage. The only major war the Union army has lost

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Google takes down ‘Remove China Apps’ from the Play Store

Daily Tech News Show

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Google takes down ‘Remove China Apps’ from the Play Store

"Google has pulled down the removed China APP from its place store in India. This is an APP that detected other apps developed by Chinese firms, and if it detected an APP that it new was developed by Chinese firm, it would delete them for you There's there's a border skirmish going between India and China right now in Kashmir and so there's Samanta. Samanta Chinese sentiment and this was playing upon that saying. Hey, get this APP and get all those Chinese apps off of your phone. Google says this violates the place stores, deceptive behaviour policy, which prohibits encouraging users to remove or disable other third party APPs the remove. China APP had been downloaded more than five million times. It was one of the most popular APPS in India.

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AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"The Associated Press has won the Pulitzer Prize in feature photography for images made during India's clampdown on cashmere India's unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

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AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

AP wins feature photography Pulitzer for Kashmir coverage

"It is unprecedented lockdown of Kashmir last August was difficult to show the world Associated Press photographers dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan and Shani Aanand stink around roadblocks to cover in strangers homes and hid cameras in vegetable bags to capture images of protests police and paramilitary action in daily life during the crackdown in making the images wasn't the only obstacle with a communications blackout that shut down phone and internet service yes in Khan and Aanand also had to persuade travelers to carry their photo files out of the region to the office in New Delhi I'm Ben Thomas

Kashmir Shani Aanand New Delhi Ben Thomas Associated Press Dar Yasin Mukhtar Khan
Coverage of Alaska policing, Kashmir crackdown win Pulitzers

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Coverage of Alaska policing, Kashmir crackdown win Pulitzers

"The twenty twenty Pulitzer prizes have been announced the anchorage Daily News and ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize in public service for a series of reports that revealed a third of Alaska's villages had no police protection those reports which the Pulitzer board describes as riveting have spurred legislative changes an influx of spending on public safety in the state The New York Times won the investigative reporting prize for an expose on predatory lending in the New York City taxi industry and the international reporting award for what judges called in throwing stories reported at great risk about Russian president Vladimir Putin's government the Washington post's work on the environmental effects of extreme temperatures was recognized for explanatory reporting and the Associated Press when the feature photography price for images made during India's clamp down on cashmere on Ben Thomas

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Coverage of Alaska policing, Kashmir crackdown win Pulitzers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Coverage of Alaska policing, Kashmir crackdown win Pulitzers

"The Pulitzer judges described the anchorage Daily News and ProPublica reports is riveting and those reports have spurred legislative changes and an influx of public safety spending in Alaska The New York Times won the investigative reporting prize for an expose on predatory lending in the New York taxi industry and the international reporting award for what judges called in throwing stories reported at great risk about Russian president Vladimir Putin's government the Washington post's work on the environmental effects of extreme temperatures was recognized for explanatory reporting and the Associated Press when the feature photography price for images made during India's clamp down on cashmere on Ben Thomas

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5 Indian troops, 2 rebels killed in Kashmir fighting

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

5 Indian troops, 2 rebels killed in Kashmir fighting

"The authorities in Indian administered Kashmir say five security personnel including a senior army officer has been killed in clashes with separatist rebels two suspected militants also died in the fighting which started off to troops surrounded the house following a tip off and the district of Kupwara an army spokesman said the troops including a colonel or killed when they tried to rescue civilians trapped in the

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Multiple NFL teams removed Tua Tagovailoa from their draft board

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

05:14 min | 3 months ago

Multiple NFL teams removed Tua Tagovailoa from their draft board

"The hatred for to a total of a lower is at an all time high after the past couple of weeks of where do you draft two of his hip his hip his hip his tip is the big concern I wouldn't track to be sliding down draft boards he could go was as high as third or as low as twenty third which trust me that is not happening all the hate culminated tonight in at culminating in the all the hate coming tonight with a report of two was Wunderlich which she took it came back with a score of thirteen and now I can't get over and it's haters because I just have to say haters because of the way things have been going and I'll get into why but it's haters who are just continually jumping up and down on to and how all yeah I don't know if I could read about it if I can draft all right first of all let's deal with the hip he's got a clean bill of health right now okay he's healthy he is healthy could you get it in four years could something happen with his hip yeah put in four years a guy you draft instead of him could be out of the league right there's a risk in every single player you take in the NFL draft there's very few perfect prospects will the last perfect prospects pose it was Andrew luck I think was the last guy that got the highest grade that Kashmir was was Andrew luck and before that I think it was Peyton manning I did with over the last couple of guys to get perfect grades coming out of college there's no such thing as a perfect prospect all right the thing is the thing what people fail to realize with two a is that when you can talk about someone that's had injuries it's tangible it's black and white so it's easy to say well I would worry about him because you know we could wind up having an injured hip in a couple yeah you could you know other guys could wind up getting hurt too but because it's an injury it's something tangible that I don't know the hip could given problems you know it's not tangible the fact that the quarterback might not be able to make his second weakness progression mark Sanchez may not be able to do that and that's going to find a guy out of the league faster than a guy who's good with a hip injury there are so many risks for quarterbacks but we we focus on the physical because that's what we can understand what all the evaluators you see we have a filter they're looking at if they're picking everything apart why is this guy going to be able to travel to the next level because he's able to go through his progressions quickly or he's able to put the football in a place where only his teammate is going to get to it look Joe burrow it made a meal out of that this season only putting the football where his player was going to go get on LSU there's so many things going with there's so many risks for every player there's just as much risk for Justin Herbert because the guy could be a bust all right I want to play some games last year your chase a locker for on with us earlier this week he said there's a couple of games he looked like a high school kid playing quarterback he looks so bad last year everything to what has done on the field physically has shown you he is the tag for to a guy he is the most talented quarterback in the NFL draft and how I know what's haters when it comes to everything now you have the Wonderlic score out here of thirteen thirteen is not the worst for the world there's been guys with scores in the single digits and you know what some of them it has to stop Frank gore I think got a seven on the Wonderlic and he's going to the hall of fame so it's not like you just because you could have low score thirteen I think he took it before I got a nineteen on it when he was at Alabama together thirteen now his score is absolutely fine but all this jumping up and down on to a is all haters and it's all pushing is his value down and it's not fair because what's not being talked about by the same people that are like a draft to again as a present what about all the other things he brings to the table what about all the reasons why you would take of that height with considering what he can do physically what kind of arm he has what kind of accuracy has how strong his arm is how you can get outside the pocket all right his attitude that so far has been the best part of it no one's talking about because he's taking all of this eight and he is not imploded he's not explode is not blamed anybody he he is just trying to let people know I'm healthy right so this is a kid who's healthy could be hurt later on yeah but like I said the the risks for other players are out there too as long as he's healthy now he is the most talented quarterback in the draft there's no reason why I wouldn't take him I I I said months ago I would take him number one overall other people came to the party late on that congratulations it's good for us so I would take him number one I told you as always gets a clean bill of health I take a number one because he's that good the people are forgetting he was that good and if I'm a team in in the draft and I need a quarterback I am happy as hell with this is going on right now because this means the price to move up for him is going to be less and less because the lines are open for business at three and the giants are open for business at four and if teams are going to get scared away and there will be teams scared away of two a because of his health because what whatever reason because now is the time when teams talk themselves into things they don't need to talk themselves into the competition to move up to get him is going to be a lot less so a lot of teams that need quarterbacks you're not hearing from they are happy as hell right now still to this around that yeah yet continue to hate to us so we can go up and get in and get a franchise quarterback and be and be set for the next

"kashmir" Discussed on Reset

Reset

10:42 min | 7 months ago

"kashmir" Discussed on Reset

"Access certain white listed websites. Social Media APPS are still blocked and because most Kashmiris. He's rely on their phones to access the Internet. The result is that the shutdown is still in effect for millions of people so today on the show why the Indian government government shutdown the Internet in cashmere and what a months-long Internet shutdown looks like in the world's most populous democracy. I'm I'm Ariel Jim. Ross this reset. When the shutdown happened in August Mujib's business business came to a standstill? We could not cross any orders. We could not get in touch with our employees. We could not get in touch with our suppliers these artisans and then they were so many customers who had ordered from these countries who did not know about the situation and and we couldn't do anything. After one month we were couple. lefay members flew from Kashmir to Delhi just to update on our social channels that we will not be able to service our customers in a lot of our customers. Customers were were very supportive but at the end of the day. If you're making a custom oh wait for five months. This simply want to choose some other plots saw four months into the blackout Mu Heat left Kashmir and move to Saudi Arabia Kashmir box still isn't making any money it's been five and a half months. We still have no intimated Kashmir our team members have started mowing down they wanna be in Kashmir. They want jobs jobs. They want better opportunities and didn't think Kush meat is going to get better anytime soon. And as such a literally done no business for the last five and a half on. I'm not really sure that even the business would starting imagine something of this sort happening in New York City it is it is going to be a disaster right. I mean you imagine that it does the same in Kashmir right. The world is a global village. You cannot expect you know Internet at this age to at least be taken away. This is a fundamental right. Brooke my mind. Stop working after the wind. I literally had no idea of what I'm GONNA do. It created such an enormous mental pressure on me that I just taught us moving. We go to the police because I just couldn't take it anymore to be honest with you. This isn't the first time the Internet has been shut down in Kashmir smear. Mujica says he's experienced more than four hundred shutdowns in just the past three to four years but none have lasted this long. What has happened? It has deeply affected every single. Kush median Trauma that Kashmiris have brought to. You know it's a time bomb that that blow anytime. Most of the Kashmiri I talked to are really angry. Everyone is angry. We live in a free society. It's a democracy for God's sake the Indian government shutdown the Internet in Kashmir in the aftermath of its decision to exert tighter control over the region. That's after at the break. This is reset Pranav. Dixit is tech reporter for Buzzfeed News. He lives in New Delhi. He told me about the political history behind the current Internet. Shutdown India got freedom in nineteen forty seven more than seventy years ago and at that time the country was split in two which is India's we know today in Pakistan. Has We know today. And since then. Both countries have been fighting to claim the region as their own and the indian-controlled part of Kashmir right now is India's has largest muslim-majority region and what essentially happened in August. Was that the Indian government government which is the BJP government cancelled article. Three seventy of the constitution. Now what article three seventy did was it allowed Kashmir Kashmir neo. Tony Kushner was essentially free to govern itself except in some areas like foreign policy essentially had its own constitution and the BJP abruptly scrapped the article. Do so the BJP stands for the Partier Genita- party which is India's cut in ruling party It is led by Narendra Modi who is India's Prime Minister and and ideologically. It is a right wing Hindu nationalist party they say we wanted to more tightly. Integrate Kashmir into the rest of the country and essentially split it into two federally controlled Union territories and got rid of the autonomy and as part of that day turned off the Internet and prominent Kush media politicians under detention. The Internet is still shut. Basically what you're saying is that for a long time. Cashmere has been semi-autonomous. They've been able to for the most part make decisions for themselves. And now the Indian government As overseen by Prime Minister. Modi is saying no. You can no longer do this. We are taking over. Is that it. That's that's correct From being sort of almost completely autonomous Cashmere it is now federally controlled directly under the Modi Government from the government standpoint. Why would they want to shut down the Internet in Kashmir? What's what's the idea? What's the goal behind that? What's the point of this? I mean the official reasons that they always give is. We want to prevent rumors and misinformation an and We also want to stop terrorists in the region from using the Internet. which just seem lay you know not enough justification advocation for keeping the Internet lockdown for five months now but people from Kashmir believe? It's basically to keep people from dissenting online and communicating with each other in a sensitive situation. Like this so what is the current state of the Internet and Kashmir right now so there are two important developments. That happen a look. Look more than a week ago and The first one was India. Supreme Court said that the indefinite shutdown of the Internet in Kashmir was illegal. Do and said that Internet suspensions can only be for temporary durations and not indefinitely and essentially what's happening now in dish leaders. There's been a sort of offered restoration of the Internet. Okay but what they have said is they will allow certain certain waitlisted websites to be accessed only onto g connections. Nobody knows who selects what these websites. Are there still a ban on social media. There's still a complete ban on VPN's and lastly they've allowed broadband to be turned on in hospitals at hotels for tourism resume banks government offices but once again only those white listed websites We'll be allowed to be accessed. You recently wrote a report for Buzzfeed News that outlines how Indians living outside Kashmir have experienced this blackout. Can you tell me that story. This was early December and it was late at night and somebody somebody from Kashmir who now lives in Delhi And who wasn't a WHATSAPP group with lots of Kashmir's pigmy super late into the night and he was like hey have you using what's happening people in all these outside groups that I'm in court from Kashmir are just leaving the groups and it seems like they're just being kicked out out And not leaving voluntarily and so we started looking into it and it seemed like that was happening. Suddenly people were talking about it and twitter guitar so we reached out to some people who are in. What's up groups but Kashmiri's and found out eventually that because there had been a a multi month-long Internet shutdown in Kashmir? What's up as part of its policy? Just delete account if it's been one twenty days of I know what's up and since cushman had been going through Four months of Internet shut down at this point. Kashmiri's will getting kicked out out from what's up so what you're saying. Is that if you don't use your whatsapp account for a significant amount of time. Meaning more than one hundred twenty days whatsapp which actually means facebook because facebook owns WHATSAPP. Kicks you off. The APP does could You know been speaking to be from WHATSAPP adopter of Republican story. And this sort of hadn't imagined that there would be a point when somebody would voluntarily knock accuse what's up for one hundred twenty days. They hadn't thought of the possibility of something like this happening. It's the default default. Most of India communicates they've got Just over five hundred million Internet users in India and WHATSAPP has more than four hundred million users in India which means that almost everybody in India WHO's on the Internet is using WHATSAPP? And you have to remember that most Indians are using indeed dinette almost exclusively through smartphones. Right so when you contact with something like what's happened actually just kills your ability to you. Communicate it kills your freedom of expression it snaps the one key link that you have to alert of the community and world in in general what it sounds like to me is that this is another reminder that Kashmir's have been cut off the Internet for months and months and in months yeah it was just very visual reminder so on reset we have talked talked about Internet shutdowns before we've talked about the shutdown in Iran and we've briefly mentioned the shutdown that happened in Sri Lanka so I'm wondering what is the significance of this particular shutdown. Why does it stand out? This shutdown stands out because it is literally the longest running shutdown in any democracy..

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"kashmir" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:16 min | 10 months ago

"kashmir" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"I up though into the Indian government all is well in the Kashmir valley but in reality life for those who live there most of whom are Muslim is far from normal there's no Internet mobile phones don't work most schools factories and offices are closed troops patrol the streets amid frequent demonstrations it began on August fifth in the Indian part of Kashmir was stripped of the special status and autonomy it enjoyed for the past seven years as part of his radical reorganization of India's most troublesome territory state was put on lockdown after two months it's unclear how the situation will end the government would like to portray things as being normal but it's far from normal Max Rodenbek is our South Asia Bureau chief you've got about seven million people living in the Kashmir valley who've had their internet and mobile phones suspended for the last two months there's a heavy a heavy presence of security forces that half a million in not a very big area a virtually every street is patrolled and their roadblocks and so on most shops and schools are closed down by virtual strike because people don't want to admit that returning to normal although this creating hardship I think so it's rather tents and heavy but actually not violent it's been peaceful but people are very upset and certainly not return to normal why is it India has done this well I think there are several layers of reasons one simple frustration I mean Kashmir has been a problem that has been an intractable for seventy years and there's a kind of frustration India's a great powerful country and it's unable to solve this small problem the border so frustrations one thing then there's also kind of ideology the current government of India is a Hindu nationalist government and one of its election promises was that it would do something about Kashmir and essentially what what the plan was was to lift the provisions that allow for certain degree of wannabe for Kashmir it doesn't actually change substantially changed things but it makes clearer India's real total control of the region how have Hindus and Muslims in the rest of India reacted to all this well the the rest of India I mean there's proportion here I mean India's one point three billion bill and the unhappy Kashmir's about seven million people so there are just so many more Indians in Kashmir's generally Indians are quite happy about what the government is has done they feel this frustration built up over years and years during the strife in Kashmir at various times at least fifty thousand people have been killed so it's a long in problematic thing the way other Indians look at Kashmir is as a problem place is problematic Muslims we have to teach them a lesson we have to teach Pakistan lesson showed who's boss here that's the government is very much played up to that so the response from from the rest of India is pretty positive and even Harland the opposition to the government felt sort of two shied from from actually opposing this move because they were afraid of being cast as unpatriotic is there no dissent from India's Muslims outside the Kashmir region well there is there's an unhappiness but the Indian Muslim community which is huge it's about one hundred ninety million people but it's also very very much divided up as the rest of India by language by region cast by all kinds of things and doesn't unite really around this Kashmir issue never they never have really united around and what about the relationship with Pakistan with whom India has had this battle over the region for so long how is it dealing with this new situation Pakistan can't really do very much about it I mean Pakistan has not very positive role in Kashmir either for many years Pakistan has funded and supplied a guerrillas who've on in from Pakistan into Kashmir and stirred up trouble Pakistan has always looked at this region as because it has a Muslim majority than it really should belonged ex-team although the people of Kashmir don't for particularly wants to belong to Pakistan either they're not happy with India Baxter so the current move by India it has a upset Pakistan because it involves a further diminish of the possibility that Kashmir might ever join Pakistan so raised tensions to a certain extent but not not to the point that India and Pakistan are likely to clash over this two reactions vary only gene supports or essentially division or powerlessness I mean are there no credible challenges to this move essentially no there's no credible challenge to India locally internationally speaking I think there's a great deal of fatigue with these kinds of problems to tell the truth you know India's a very the country and it's a rising power and I don't think there's going to be pressure in the United Nations that strong enough to do much about India and other countries that might be hostile to this move of example China will I mean India could easily point to China and what China has done to its own wieger Muslim minority which is much more shocking and outrageous than what is happening in Indian Kashmir in which case how do you see this playing out if this sort of territory the division remains in place I mean the region can't stay in lockdown forever no this is a problem and it's not clear that the government really had a endgame I mean people are increasingly frustrated the economy in Kashmir is is increasingly fragile and it's not clear how this waiting game can play out in two months with no Internet in modern society is really very very difficult it's cracking up all kinds of things including sort of medical system you can't call their their stories about people dying from lack of medical attention because they can't find the right people the right medicines and I think also there's still question how the Indian Supreme Court treat this I mean the Supreme Court in India has has a bad record for actually standing up for rights in the face of government power but there are serious constitutional questions about the way that this latest action was taken and they're serious constitutional questions also about the current kind of blockade clampdown in Kashmir there's growing apprehension India the this doesn't look too good so they may actually be a kind of reaction from inside India but for the nearer term anyway you don't see an easy and I know I'm afraid to let the people of Kashmir they've been through a lot of all these years and I'm afraid this is just another unhappy chapter for rather troubled part of the World Max Thank you very much for your time thanks Jason The pleasure.

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"kashmir" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"kashmir" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Shadow of the gun in any conversation that takes place in an insurgency of of thirty years and then there are regional and religious disparities as wet my answer to you would be slightly different my answer would be there is no government in india that is going to you ever. I mean i don't speak for any political party but i speak as somebody who's been ah journalists now for for more than two decades and i can say this that with absolute certainty not that there is no government in india from any political party that is going to redraw the borders and give a we parts of the kashmir valley to those who may want to susu from india so if you accept that is a nonstarter then you have to accept that any practical long-term solution has to be within in the framework of the indian constitution and it doesn't matter who you ask this to what party wins in india that is the political reality india will go to war with pakistan stunt again and again if it has to to defend that bottom line so if everything works backwards from that bottom line then i believe today more than ever before what we citizens or what we in the media should be urging the government to do is to uphold that constitution to uphold civil liberties that constitution promises to all citizens which is why my focus is less on three seventy because it's gonna take us time to figure out what the impact of that is going to be. My focus focused more on the restoration off civil liberties and even if you see the global response the world isn't telling in there what to do with article three seventy. The world has accepted. Did this is an internal matter of india but i think that to continue sort of thousands under the rest without any clarity on why they've been arrested this. It does not behove to me a confident democracy. I have one other question that we haven't addressed which is that you've mentioned militancy and you've mentioned violence on the part of insurgency urgency but there was also or has been over the last decade at least great deal of anger amidst the kashmiri public over the use of pellet guns by the indian security kirti forces an injury is when there have been mass protests had is there some answer to that as well the use of force by indian security forces in the region so i think this is being an ongoing debate in india in the indian media in the indian parliamentary and the time that pellet guns were used in extreme extreme sort of way was in fact in two thousand sixteen which i mentioned when the militant was eliminated and there were street protests which turn violent and you had protesters storms and this security ability forces responded with these iron pellets that caused partial or in some cases complete blinding and at that time i remember doing a series of reports on it in the indian parliament actually actually getting up and saying we need a different standard operating procedure. We need to see what replacements we can find for these guns so it's not these discussions have not taken place and are not taking increase but here's the point what happens is it just precisely this that will then be used by the administration to see so. Isn't it better if we actually have no protests. I'm not saying i agree with this but i'm i'm trying to give you a glimpse into how they're thinking. You mentioned this earlier that india and pakistan will go to war again and again over kashmir. Why is kashmir that flash point between these two countries so i mean the fact is that it doesn't mean that india india will not go to war with pakistan over some other parts of the country if pakistan were invested in it or meddling but i think historical complexity of this is what explains during these information blackouts and the curfews due kashmiri's stockpile food how do they how do they conduct their day to day life.

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"kashmir" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"kashmir" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Dawn. If i could describe it that way in genuine cushman now what i mean by that is the the insurgency of course in the kashmir valley is now almost twenty nine years old and so to an extent the indian mind space is used to phases of violence phases of turmoil clashes between protesters and security the personnel line of control that can often be a tensor as their standoff said take place with the pakistan military which india has long accused of of pushing in terrorists across both the international border and the line of control that separates the art part of kashmir from what india calls pakistan-occupied-kashmir nope so to that extent indians and indian media is used to phases of trouble in jammu in kashmir so it's not that there was anything big happening except for something called the amarnath yatra which is an annual pilgrimage that takes place in german kashmir every year. It's actually very sacred moment for hindus who travel from all parts of the country to undertake this pilgrimage and this pilgrimage was abruptly called off and the government said that there was concerns that there was danger of terror editor threat and that's when everybody started wondering okay. Is this something big about to happen because tourists were asked to evacuate and we were told that there was a real danger of a possible terrorist strike on this yatra or hindu pilgrimage that takes place every year and there was a build up at the same time of the indian security forces on the ground. Yes it was conceded that they were extra troops a sentence <hes> those extra troops at that time time we thought was because there was an anticipation of this data to strike on this pilgrimage leader a one can connect the dots and think that since article three seventy was going to be withdrawn drawn and there was anticipation of both internal turmoil as well as perhaps external violence a from pakistan therefore they needed to be extra troops on the ground now article three seventy yes. Can you just explain for our listeners. Exactly what sort of autonomy did it grant. Kashmir will article three seventy in its original form an essay original form because over the years successive governments in delhi have actually eroded different sort of privileges ages that this article gave to the state of genuine cushman so just for background. <hes> joe in kashmir was a kingdom it was governed by a king maharaja harry are- singh maharaja hari singh had the right to choose whether he wants to be part of india or pakistan when the british were forced to leave. We've and pakistan was born from india and there were two separate nations and a basically the maharaja signed an instrument of accession which later turn by the way give way to article seventy article..

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"kashmir" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"kashmir" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Mountain views news and continuous military presence. When the british left india after two hundred years in nineteen forty seven they made a fateful decision redrawing redrawing the map with most muslims in pakistan and most hindus in india but much majority muslim kashmir remained in india that arrangement was always an uncomfortable one. Though kashmir was given special semi autonomous status over the years the area has been the epicenter regional unrest and a focal point for the lingering animosity between pakistan and india tours between these two countries have played out in kashmir the bucket found out across the countryside entered and review hugh atrocity drank for those who are prepared to fight the army growth. They call themselves the movie by the freedom fighters bingo this summer. There has been a major shift in the status quo on august fifth. The indian government abruptly suspended kashmir's autonomy. Kashmiri politicians were detained communications. Were we're shut off. The internet went dark. Cell phones became useless. Land lines were cut. There's been an atmosphere of confusion since last nights. Internet was suspended in mobile stopped working. We're able to call a families to tell them what's happened. There must be feeling tense now. The region is in limbo. Although indian prime minister narendra modi has rejected offers of mediation assistance from the trump administration and pakistan is furious in august the country's prime minister said india's suspension of kashmir's autonomy threatens to tip the region into nuclear dispute. India's approved court is currently hearing arguments about the legality of modi's move. How that will all play out is anyone's guess to learn more. I spoke to barca dot an indian broadcast journalist who has covered kashmir extensively well so we actually want to go back to the beginning of august a little bit with you since you've i've been on the ground in kashmir several times over the course of the month. I'd like us to start with just before article. Three seventy was suspended. What was happening in kashmir at the time. Well i think before the government took the decision to actually spend article three seventy which in simple terms means that this was a state that enjoyed way to kind of special police in the indian union and with the withdrawal of this article special place has gone life was sort of unremarked dawn..

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"kashmir" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Soon kyota. I'm alex ashton in today on the detail kashmir. The war-torn region is divided amongst its neighbors. India pakistan and china india's prime minister narendra modi won the country's election by a landslide promising to bring the autonomous state night of kashmir into the country's fold last month. He did that in kashmir with dot the last time i spoke to my family was on <hes> the four stuff august and <hes> my mother says something is happening and something big is coming and they've rumors that they will cut phone lines and i haven't been able to talk to her everson. Sit often akash is a kashmiri new zealander living and palmerston north who final donald phone call to her family was a month ago. People were saying the indian government is going to do something and they were rumors at the time that something thing is happening. Something sinister is happening because they government has taken all the non-kashmiri non-locals out. They have been asked to leave immediately. They're giving buffers and transport and and also extra troops there bolton and i remember my mother saying that people are saying stock up might get some supplies and <hes> i think they would have done that probably to be honest with you had sleepless nights. I dream about her every overnight whenever they left this communication blockade. I'm like i might have something wrong. I have this field. You know because i have no idea what's happening. There haven't spoken to my sister and my dad. I don't know what's happening this. It was a stepping stepping at a scottish media. They have make a prison discussion meters whole cash.

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"kashmir" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"That part of the territory that india administers on august six on that shock clarifies this i'm at shaw try says no and he's the indian foreign minister xactly he says no in applies we have an instrument of a session it applies to all of it because india claims the parts of kashmir that are administered by both china and pakistan on the theory that this instrument of accession was for the whole territory and actually it's true. I mean legally india that is indian territory. They have an instrument of accession myra. How are you saying that was the entire hire territory that he governed so legally india can say this the other problem though so when he made this declaration. There's no reason why china was like wait a minute because because the nineteen sixty two war as i said there's two areas of disputed territory so one is an oxide chin and so there which is called the line of actual oh control china is in control of territory that india claims right so so when you ask a question does china actually care so china's lloyd in china has remember. They had a very significant. I'm not sure how he was right at proxy conflict over what happened in bhutan in at doklam twenty sixteen so china twenty years ago china really thought india was a pip squeak that was punched above its belt oh but after this significant realignment of u._s. indian relations the american commitment to help india really to be a a first class world power capable of challenging china and being a partner in managing china's rise. They've had to really rethink what what india is and what india's. He is capable of it particularly after the indo u._s. Nuclear deal which was very bombed friendly so the one hand so china issued a statement that was both derisive but also demonstrated its peak so it's look india's making all of these domestic laws that have international implications in it's really irritating but does it change the facts on on the ground that is to say that we are sitting in occupation of territory that india claims so it cares but it doesn't care the fact is i'm gonna paraphrase china good luck india getting this land back so as you look forward over the next few weeks and months here what are the warning signs that were headed toward a bad outcome a sort of eruption of of violence or some other heightening heightening of tensions and what would be the indicators that were more in the first scenario where mody has for all the wrong wrong reasons done something that actually is. Maybe a good thing for a lot of people. How will you know over what timeframe what we're looking at here so this this is like a nuclear reactor and the sense that when all the parts are you taking a line from the noble mini series when all the parts are dancing dancing nicely together it is a beautiful thing but when things become out of balance it becomes very dangerous so let's take for example the security security clampdown right so the reason why they're doing the security clampdown in the communications clamp down so they wanna make it very difficult for pakistan to activate eight domestic sells you know basically local boys as they call them to engage in terrorist activities right so on the upside year suppressing the ability of these groups groups that contain.

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"kashmir" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Recently. I mean the last three years so here's something really curious so the indians. This is another chain by the way the hint that did not have a no first use and then also change in the military command structure which also signals some really important things on the indian side so until very recently. If you were pakistan you could bully india with your nuclear weapons and it's funny indians. Never indians would always say we can't do x._y._z. Because pakistan's nuclear weapons and all the decades i spent in pakistan which i can't. I can't return to anymore. I never heard of pakistani say we can't do a._b._m. D._n._c. india because they have nuclear weapons in so this goes to issues of strategic culture so pakistan has a war can't win has nuclear weapons it can't use but what it can do is use i use the the impunity afforded by its nuclear umbrella to send jihadi john and they can calibrate violence in a number of ways and you can see them do over time so one his geographically kashmir is the most low salient because it's viewed as disputed far away and it's well india's media has changed that right for many years indians in the south were like kashmir or whatever but in the cargo war nineteen ninety nine the indian government made a decision that they were going to send end bodies back locally in the same way that americans and perhaps vietnam war saw body's return and it was very emotive the indians decided to do that tried to nationalize the conflict this had never happened before in the previous wars there'd be cremated on site and and the families would begin sort of like you know general cranes pains but this time bodies were sent home to be buried or cremated depending upon the face so this really for the first time made indians is in trivandrum care about what was happening in kashmir right so the idea that it's remote. I don't think that's true anymore. With india's media in india's media has become jingoistic beating the drums of war. India's media has transformed the popular framing of of these issues shoes so one is kashmir which is still low valence. If you're thinking about calibrating violence the high end we be attacking bombay a for delhi now which they've done which they've done that right now with india vowing to punish every subsequent attack would be a really really dangerously escalating move and it's not clear what pathways to de-escalation would be available in these circumstances so one thing that they have done so the and the the other option or like these third tier cities like this poor another way of esco a calibrating the violence is your target so you've got geographies one access. The other is target. Indians indian get more exercise over the loss of security forces and they do civilians right so indians were more upset about the loss of twenty two members of the central reserve police force in pulwama than they were for example over the nineteen ninety-three attack in mumbai that killed even more than the two thousand eight attack so that's another way of calibrating is who you're killing and then the third thing is the way that you do the attack..

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"kashmir" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"They interviewed several thousand people across both sides of the line of control which divides kashmir into the part of nestor by pakistan and india they did not interview those kashmiris in the part that pakistan ceded to china in sixty three. They're excluded so of the results that pertain to the portion portion administered by india most of the moon the dock and even cargo which is muslim majority but they're not sunni majority. They tend to be shia. They wanted to stay with india overwhelmingly kirsch mirror in specifically talking about the valley which is overwhelmingly sunni muslim. They wanted to be independent. There was no support as pakistan claims for joining pakistan in of course the if we were to go back to the choice that was offered tomorrow raja hari singh at the time of a session. The choice wasn't remain independent. So i try to find data that kind of dispel you know some of these claims teams that this is one homogeneous region and their political aspirations of the same so there's a anywhere between six and twelve twelve districts out of twenty two are where we're likely to see the strongest opposition and this is where look the bonuses upon this b._j._p. Government to prove that this wasn't just a communal stunt to appease the hindu nationalist base if they generally mean what what they say and i and i tend to the odds of that being quite low. We're going to need to see some follow through on all of the things they said this move would make possible such as economic development the other important thing that this enables is india has very robust system system of of local governance.

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"kashmir" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on World News Analysis

"International is the situation so i do see where it comes from but these are extremely provocative words which chuck coming from the other side. I don't see how india can be. Musician can be compared to genocide or anything because what you do have is all comparison between the israeli and palestinian situation which is also coming up to two troop through pakistan. Nobody has removed kashmir's off the land and common occupied the land as the israelis are done in the case of the palestinians is fundamentally different different. Only thing what has happened actually in talk about ethnic cleansing is the kashmira pundits of hundreds of thousand were displaced from their land and and had to go into the future camps between eighty nine and ninety four so i do not see this argument this is this is politics and this is also to internationalize and to get the u._n. Involved in it i understand actually there are fairs the from the kashmir region and cost we we know there are hindus sikhs and other groups in the region leave peacefully. Are they really fear about organic cultural intermingling or incremental genocide because of the change zoom. It seems i mean i do think that first of all i would also like to respond to what adult said i think what am on connoisseurs third is anything but offensive given the fact that the statements coming out of india are extremely harsh towards the kashmiri people calling kashmir indian-occupied unoccupied joe mine kashmir. A part of india in itself is a violation of basic commitments that have been made to them. I mean i just don't think i mean it's true that pakistan and india i try and it's very hard to be on the same page but the fact that kashmir is being is in a state of complete lockdown at this at this point in time is quite quite telling of where the kashmiri people themselves stand. Let's not talk about them. In not talk about islamabad. Let's talk about the people inside german kushner the muslims of jammu kashmir schmear. What expectations do they have their government. Why is why does this reaction exists. Why are people leaders being arrested wise. They're a feel vio of voicing opinions so these are all questions that not only pakistanis but also indians need to answer for themselves and we know pakistan has decided to downgrade great diplomatic relations and suspended bilateral trade with india and we'll also seek help from u._n. Security council moreover the government also has decided need to observe independence day this year as kashmir solidarity day to show pakistan's to support any unity where the people of the indian administered mr d- kashmir edition the also marked the second day of pakistan's independence day which is the indians independence day as the black friday this year ways ways of flags on government buildings flown at half-mast to protest the indians decision so our tool. How do you see this series of actions from pakistan how strong of the signal pakistani ascending to india where i don't think you know it is one thing to express solidarity with the kashmiri's and and quite another to call indian independence day a black day. I don't think that has gone away. Well india as i see why this is being done is a because of domestic reasons..

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"kashmir" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on World News Analysis

"I agree with you there. It should take place because they were three. Benchmarks was eat which is passed us now. Second <hes> was <hes> was the friday prayers and the third was a fifteenth august india's independence. All three are behind us. We should see a gradual coming together of normalcy and the removal of the curfews and restrictions on internet and telephone lines. It shouldn't be happening now. In fact there is there kashmiri newspapers which already approved indian supreme court because newspapers or coming out of senator right now the capital of the moon kashmir and the supreme court is going to have a hearing on wednesday on that so i do see the doors very negative that the the the lockdown but within a week or ten days as you're going to see a media raising of it in fact jamal region has already restrictions have been lifted so we have the valley now which is problematic and i do see eh next wednesday when the supreme court meets that we are gradually going to have the district so as to omission jammu and kashmir. Mary involves areas namely lakota daca <hes> la duck jammu and kashmir and jamila duck always had different priorities kashmir kashmir always wanted to maintain a certain identity as a muslim dominated region will they their dominance of indian revoke the special status. This is the question that i think <hes> we cannot answer right now. It's probably the fact that the article has been moved. Put that situation nation under some kind of scrutiny will they be able to what if they're being forced to sell their lands. We know that there is a lock town of recently shop as a <hes> if i'm not wrong one of the one of the leaders was also arrested because he voiced his concerns about this situation the human situation of the curfew itself how people are being treated. The fact is that i just don't understand why it had to be so drastic. Mean what good could be achieved achieved out of this what could seven hundred thousand troops not achieve that seven hundred and fifty thousand will is beyond me. Yeah indeed thanks. That's all the time time for the first half for the second. Half will continue our discussion. You're listening now. He's road today with me. Ghana stay tuned yeah. Uh-huh uh-huh. I am on kochavi. I teach at the university india india today has organized its programs and <hes> on bringing in a lot of views from i'm all over it is an extremely good platform for information and analysis that night. We should all success in the future. China plus dot cri dots in is your home for everything you want to know about china the latest news news in china and everything china-related from around the world..

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"kashmir" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Us. Oh you don't i i mean i don't understand the link between <hes> between gunnison and i really don't have because i'm thinking what could have triggered this response sponsored. The timing makes sense with the recent meeting with nina mankayane president trump but this is to suggest that any possible solution to the afghan situation would result in india tightened control over kashmir which is already the most militarized region in india fi security measures in kashmir concerned. We have a lot of people within india saying that it's too much and actually what's what indian-kashmir indian-occupied kashmir experiencing some kind of blowback off the policies. He's of the central government so i just don't understand how curfew arresting leaders who are pro center pro union including the former former chief minister of kashmir does anything to help the situation <hes>. It's maybe it's very complicated. <hes> you mentioned about the lockdown in the region. We don't occur implemented two and a no internet in the indian minister region and people now leaving on food aid which will last about three months will the people get through through this and how ordinary muslims in kashmir reacting to what's happened a tool yeah. I'll just respond to this but before i do that i just i want to talk to you. The united nations security council al-qaeda sanctions committee report fish came in july just just a month ago. That report says the taliban bon al qaeda linked with pakistan army and i._s._i. Are in linking up in afghanistan. This is not something which i have invented. This is the al-qaeda u._n._h._c._r. al qaeda sanctions committee report of july so it is not the apprehension off militancy flowing from afghanistan into kashmir now these organiz ation alaska detroit specifically kashmir center organizations so it's is quite clear from the united nations point of view as well that the apprehensions from being inside a not not wrong coming back to the curfews and the problems which which other at this time i do not think that any place can under permanent logged on. It's impossible for any state. Russo irrespective india-pakistan pakistan anybody else so i see it. There should be a gradual easing of the of the lockdown which is very intense..

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"kashmir" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Enjoyed within india was revoked at the whim of indian prime prime minister narendra modi and cashmere was isolated behind an information blockade with telephone and internet services suspended and thousands of of additional indian troops deployed to already heavily militarized region as local political leaders were locked up public gatherings banned and curfews imposed. This is clearly narendra. Modi's attempt to force a resolution to the kashmir question which has defied straightforward answer since the end end of british rule in india in nineteen forty seven when pakistan split from india kashmir was stranded between the two countries it had and has has a muslim majority population but had a hindu maharajah who chose to join india war between india and pakistan followed and has recurred had twice since amidst uncountable other skirmishes and incidents abolishing cashmere special status was a promise of narendra modi in the lead lead up to this year's indian election an election decided weeks after another flare up with pakistan over kashmir modi has portrayed the removal evil of kashmir's special constitutional status as an act of me administrative loose end tying though it is unlikely that kashmiris or pakistan on we'll see it like that has narendra modi unleashed something he might struggle to control. This is the foreign desk. India is fragmenting admitting as never before long religious lines muslims who previously viewed themselves as indians and opposed kashmir's secession now see themselves as muslims who worry about this being a trailer for the feature film and that's about to follow when i was growing up he was part of your life you saw people killed on the streets you saw often off of massacres on the streets use often battles between insurgents and the armed forces who saw dead bodies and that leaves a lasting impression you marx taught life in many ways to my understanding opting for violence was the worst incident that cash we took but this has pushed schmear into into the cycle of violence again and in abe's that people do not see any other though society has been so divided because of the way military is imposed. It's politics on on the rest of society so narendra. Modi's single act has ignited a fire that will engulf salvation welcome.

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"kashmir" Discussed on The Anthill

The Anthill

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on The Anthill

"The BJP were the more extreme element in in terms of the hardline on Pakistan and on Kashmir that actually if peace was to be made between India and Pakistan on this matter that it was more likely to come from the BJP because they were the more extreme. I mean, if the congress made some sort of peace, the BJP would come in and say it wasn't good enough for them. Whereas a piece made by the more extreme right was likely satisfy everybody when a bus service was opened between India and Pakistan watch by was on the first service that was a lot of optimism. But Sita says all that soon dissipated after it emerged that Pakistan had been preparing for what's been called the Cargill invasion, a border dispute high up in the mountains in an area. All the touch. The carpet conflict was made all the more dangerous because both countries had tested nuclear weapons in nineteen ninety eight the year before for India. It was a hard fight to win. This was innocence India's first TV war, and so you saw people being killed up there, of course. And then you saw the bodybags come down and be put into boxes and boxes covered with the Indian flag, then being dispatched to all corners of India, you know, all over the place, and so there there is a real kind of build up of nationalism in India, the Congo conflict started in may and ended in June nineteen ninety nine when India's military forced withdrawal of Pakistani militants back across the line of control. But it left an uneasy sense of peace, and since then have been continuous skirmishes across the line of control. So let's false forward to two thousand fourteen on the election of Narendra Modi. As prime minister of India seats says that Mody came to power saying he'd be much stronger on the Kashmir issue. So, of course, removing article three seventy was a key BJP manifesto promise. Because of you know, the idea in the BJP that this article was a barrier to the state's integration into India. But more the also promised that he would defend the interests of Kashmiri pundits, the valley's Hindu minority that had been forced to flee to other parts of the country. When militancy took over the state in one thousand nine hundred nine moldy said that at the very least he would ensure the rehabilitation of the pundits within the state. The BJP was of course, exploiting the emotive issue of Kashmiri pundits for its own electoral advantage because five years down the line. It has not had much to show for it. Seth off the mode. He was elected. He went to Kashmir to see how people would react to him. Cashmere went into shutdown top story. Then security has telling you his been stepped up in the valley ahead of prime minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the valley after being anointed PM with the security and youth being the prime agenda, the prime focus on the agenda separatists in Kashmir have called for a complete shutdown because what he was suggesting essentially was that any problems in Kashmir were largely to do with bunkers on that Kashmir was an integral part of India. There was no recognition for the fact that Kashmir has a special status in the Indian constitution that it was in the Muslim-majority region levels. No other in India like this, and that therefore the special status meant something to the particularly the Muslims of Kashmir to be fair multi did seem to strike a chord with the electorate in Kashmir..

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"kashmir" Discussed on The Anthill

The Anthill

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on The Anthill

"Call the Johnson, which was present just after partition, and it also traces its roots back to some of the more right wing and the more stridently in Louvre ses at the time of partition like the Hindu Muhoza. This is Sita Bali a lecturer in international relations at Staffordshire university. So for the BJP, and for that whole Hindu group of organizations innocence, but issue is a kind of. Complete process because while most of the Muslims of India have not left to go to live and talk estan, most of the Hindus of Pakistan have left and come to live in India. A particular issue is around what's called article three seventy part of the Indian constitution, which gives a special status to Kashmir internet. Why is it so controversial to some Indians? That's a tricky one actually article three seventy allows the state of genuine Kashmir, a greater degree of Tony compared to other Indian states. The article says that the Indian government has control over defence external as currency and communication, but on all other matters, the state of genuine Kashmir can take its own decisions. Indian lows can only be applied to the state with the agreement of the state's legislative assembly. For example, the Indian government cannot alter the boundaries of. The state all make new provinces out of it as it can with India's other states, of course in all this. We shouldn't forget that people are constantly moving about. There's a steady situation of ordinary people if you will between Kashmir and the rest of India Kashmiri students study in various Indian cities labor migrants from other states work in Kashmir as it happens my own research on labor migration in India suggests that laborers from Bihar state in eastern India have never felt particularly discriminated against when they go to work in Jammu in Kashmir. So in terms of this go three seventy which gives Cashman, special states, do some people in politicians in India wants to get rid of it will together kind of now to be on us. The Indian government has been quietly eroding the special status provided under article three seventy for a long time. Not just under the beach. JP, but also under the congress, but the BJP would like to see the article completely scrapped as it considers it to be a barrier to the complete integration of Jammu in Kashmir into India. And as you can imagine political parties in the state of heavenly opposed to it, they say and from a legal point of view. They may well have a point that article three seventy is the link between India and genuine Kashmira. If you get rid of article seventy then the legal basis of Jammu in Kashmir joining India is scrapped..

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"kashmir" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"kashmir" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kashmir" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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