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Kashmir, known for its natural beauty, is a sad place, the largest militarized zone in the world where people carry terrible injuries for life.
Ahmad Mukhtiyar visits the apple orchards of Kashmir, to find the industry increasing and considering ways to access lucrative export markets.
Four civilians were also injured, said a police statement. The Kashmir News Service (KNS), a Srinagar-based news agency, reported receiving a call from a Hizbul Mujahideen spokesman who claimed the 'guerilla attack' and said others would follow.

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Royal Palace of Nepal
Empower Nepali Girls NGO switches focus to support devastated communities in Nepal, after the recent earthquakes, changing the lives of hundreds of Nepali.
D.R. Prasai writes about the massive 2015 earthquakes that have affected Nepal, and the miserable performance of the internationally backed government failure.
Here is what caused the magnitude 7.8 earthquake and scores of aftershocks in Nepal and surrounding areas, moving the affected area 10 feet south and three feet higher.

The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said in its report that a total of 5,76,537 persons in 1,071 villages in 19 districts are affected by the flood.
Jitendra Nath Das, director, NPS International School saidevery year NPS send their team of students to NASA to explore, discover and understand about the universe.
With the ongoing strong partnership in commerce, over the past few years, India has become the second fastest growing source of foreign direct investment into the United States.

Gilgit-Baltistan will elect its new 24-member assembly on June 8. Pre-poll rigging charges are flying thick in the air making the election process a farce.
Belying expectations post-Peshawar massacre of school children of an all out drive to smoke out terrorists, Pakistan appears to be doing no more than a Good Taliban - Bad Taliban jig
Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.

A young blogger, a member of Ganajagaran Mancha - a social organization, was hacked to death by machete-wielding killers in front of his wife Asha Moni.
The story of a killing on the Indo-Bangla international border, in which a young girl died trying to cross the tightly controlled border, to her wedding.
Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.

Israel can never be grateful enough to all the people who have stood and stand behind her, unconditionally supporting her and her causes.
Hollywood star John Savage of the film 'The Deer Hunter' launches here yet another powerful performance concerning social justice- this time, in South Africa with his new film titled 'A Small Town Called Descent.'
Weaving is a specialised skill that all Bhutanese women are encouraged to learn as children. In most homes, one will find a wooden frame on which mothers teach their daughters to weave dream designs in fabulously coloured threads.

Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.
Considerable progress has been made in different countries globally in protecting public health policy from tobacco industry interference, but certainly lot more work needs to be done.
WHO FCTC Article 19 sees a world where governments can protect people from harmful products like tobacco, and can recover the costs of treating tobacco-related disease from the tobacco industry

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