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Kashmir ceasefire comes after 50 percent rise in armed encounters and killings during 2015-2017 over 2012-2014

Firstpost Friday, 18 May 2018
The Ramzan ceasefire announced by the Indian government on 16 May comes after a period of heightened armed violence and killings in Kashmir.
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