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Besides being the longest unsettled dispute in the World, Kashmir is also a nuclear flash-point between two of South Asia’s opponent countries, India and Pakistan. India and Pakistan, both nuclear powers have numerous times engaged in fighting over the Kashmir province. Most Kashmiris, on the other hand have been aggressive for their right of self-determination recognized by the UN for several decades. The promise made by the first Indian Prime Minister, Nehru which is also envisaged in the Instrument of Accord of 1947 to let Kashmiris resolve their future through a Plebiscite still eludes Kashmir. In the past two periods, the region has been witness to a lot of ferocity which has also strained the relations between Bharat and Pakistan. There have been numerous rounds of talks on Kashmir between governments of India and Pakistan. Sadly, there has not been any significant positive outcome in resolving this clash. The Kashmir dispute has been studied several times in terms of its impact, economical or political, on India, Pakistan and also Kashmir. A study throughout a Kashmiri viewpoint as to what the Kashmiris desire and how the two-decade long resist has affected their resolve for self-determination make for an appealing research. The purpose of this paper is analyzing the problem of Kashmir and suggesting the solution of this problem.

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