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India Zona Disputa Cachemira Pakistan

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Map of Kashmir, area of dispute between India and Pakistan. The region is currently divided between India, Pakistan and China, with a focus on leading international disputes today.

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Kashmir is a region in the northern Indian subcontinent. Historically, Kashmir has been called the valley just south of the westernmost of the mountains of the Himalayas. But in politics the term extends beyond, including the regions of Jammu and Ladakh. Kashmir is a disputed area, with a population of approximately 13 million people. When India became independent from Britain in 1947, its territories predominantly Muslim populations are segregated in turn to form the state of Pakistan. The exception was the principality of Kashmir to face an internal rebellion, the Maharaja sought help from India, who agreed to this on condition that the territory pass part of their jurisdiction.