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Title: The Kashmir question
Authors: Singh, Prabhakar
Keywords: Kashmir’s reorganisation
Issue Date: 13-Sep-2019
Publisher: Deccan Herald
Citation: Singh, P. (September 13, 2019). The Kashmir question.
Description: Since 1947, India has exchanged, ceded, divided and assimilated territories. India used force to assimilate the princely kingdoms of Hyderabad and Junagarh. In 1951, India gave up territory from Assam to Bhutan even as it divided and exchanged with Pakistan a Berubari enclave. India used force in Goa, but France returned Pondicherry by an agreement. Sikkim joined India by an international agreement.
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