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- Jammu, the Vale of Kashmir and Ladakh have developed their own distinctive culture over the years.
- Jammu is the chief town of this region and the winter capital of the whole state.
- Jammu is one of the three regions of Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Jammu is also well connected with rest of the India.
- Jammu is also mentioned in accounts of the campaigns of Timur.
- Pre-war A declassified US State Department telegram that confirms the existence of hundreds of "infiltrators" in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
- It is, therefore, as a contribu tion to the history of India, and not as a chapter in the history of Jammu and Kashmir, that this work is offered.
- While in prison, Sheikh Abdullah wrote a letter to a friend in Jammu (which is published in the Congress press) in favour of accession of Kashmir to India.
- The Dogra kings who originally ruled only from Jammu, also began to operate in summer from Srinagar, the metropolis of Kashmir.
- Jammu and Kashmir is home to several Himalayan glaciers.
- Superfast trains connect the southern most railhead of India with northern cities like Jammu and Delhi.
- The state of Jammu and Kashmir had a land link with these parts, which according to some, might have influenced the taking over of Kashmir by India.
- In the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir, the articulate Omar Abdullah belongs to the third generation of Kashmiri politicians.
- Jammu and Kashmir police knew that he was required to take prescription drugs every day.
- It is under Indian administration and is part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
- A treat for those interested in history is the town of Akhnoor, 32 km southwest of Jammu.
- His reign saw the accession of Jammu & Kashmir to the newly independent Indian Union in 1947.
- However,India lost one third of Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistani forces in the war which is to date under Pakistani control.
- While Jammu, Samba, Rajouri and Udhampur have already been under curfew, Bhaderwah, 200 km north of here, was placed under curfew after communal clashes.
- Jammu and Azad Kashmir lie outside Pir Panjal range, and are under Indian and Pakistani control respectively.
- Kashmir passed into the hands of Raja Gulab Singh of Jammu, a feudatory of Lahore kingdom in 1846.
- Ladakh district was a district of the Jammu and Kashmir state of India until 1 July 1979 when it was divided into Leh district and Kargil district.
- Thus a new State comprising three distinct religions of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh was formed with Maharaja Gulab Singh as its founder ruler.
- Gulmarg a prime location in the state of Jammu & Kashmir is about 52 Kms.
- Located 50 kms away from Srinagar, Gulmarg is an enticing hill station of Jammu and Kashmir.
- In mid- 1999 insurgents and Pakistani soldiers from Pakistani Kashmir infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir.
- Marchers from all districts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) were to converge on the capital Muzaffarabad for a joint demonstration.
- Most of the tourists who come to the Jammu region have the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine as their destination, which is quite close by.
- On January 1, 1948 India took up the issue of Pak aggression in Jammu and Kashmir to UNO under Article 35 of its Charter.
- Throughout the period covered by this report, Jammu and Kashmir continued to be a focus of violence.
- Due to relatively better infrastructure, Jammu has emerged as the main economic center of the state.
- On realizing the potentials of Jammu & Kashmir, Ranjit Singh decided to own this outsatnding valley.
- He took refuge in the Jammu hills where he married a second time and found a settlement of his own, now called dera Baba Banda Singh.
- These children are presently on a tour to Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Goa, Pune and Jammu.
- Jammu and Kashmir follows 10+2 pattern for education of children.
- Education In 1970, the State Government of Jammu and Kashmir established its own education board and university.
- Jammu and Kashmir had a predominantly Muslim population but a Hindu ruler, and was the largest of these autonomous states and bordered both modern countries.
- The countries have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947, mostly over the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir.
- The first and the foremost part or region is "Dugar" better known as Jammu, the homeland of the founder of the State, as also of the Dogra people.
- Maharaja Gulab Singh is thus credited as the founder of Jammu and Kashmir.
- This article covers the history of Jammu and Kashmir from earliest recorded times to the present day.
- Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government will frame a policy to rehabilitate stone pelters in the valley.
- But both India and Pakistan wanted to claim the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Both sides continue to claim all of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Set up in 1949, UNMOGIP was deployed in January of that year to supervise the ceasefire agreed between India and Pakistan in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
- The reference to Article 370 of the constitution at this juncture is significant as Jammu and Kashmir goes to polls this year.
- While the Kashmir Valley is famous for its beautiful mountainous landscape, Jammu attracts tens of thousands of Hindu and Muslim pilgrims every year.
- It extends to the whole of India except for the state of Jammu and Kashmir and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
- Though, the whole of Jammu & Kashmir, India is pleasant, few of the places are truly a haven for the tourists to Jammu & Kashmir, India.
- Neither country any longer claims the whole of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Reach few of the highest points of the world in Kashmir, India and be the most privileged to have seen this glittering crown of India - Jammu & Kashmir.
- The People of Jammu and Kashmir were promised a plebiscite that was endorsed by the United Nations.
- According to 2001 Census of India, the total population of the Indian-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir was 10,143,700.
- The bharal or Himalayan blue sheep is a caprid found in the high Himalayas of Nepal, Tibet, China, and Jammu and Kashmir.
- In fact, Ahluwalia laid the foundation of self-rule and changed the map of the then Punjab from Khyber Pass to Jammu and Sindh to Tibet.
- Punjabi is spoken in both Eastern and Western Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, the mountainous areas of Pakistan and India.
- India claims the entire erstwhile princely state of Jammu and Kashmir based on an instrument of accession signed in 1947.
- Although warned by the Army that Pakistani insurgents had penetrated very close to the city, she refused to relocate to Jammu or Delhi.
- Jammu had been ruled by Ranjit Deo until 1780 when the Sikhs made it tributary to the Lahore Court.
- The revenue from Minsar which lies hundreds of miles inside Tibet was being received by the Jammu and Kashmir Government regularly till 1948.
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