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Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Chairman of the hardline faction of Kashmir's All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) talking to reporters in Srinagar before leaving for New Delhi Monday. Geelani will be meeting Pakistan foriegn secretary Riaz Mohammed Khan in New Delhi on the sidelines of India Pakistan foriegn secretary talks Tuesday. India had stalled the talks after the Mumbai bombings in July accusing Pakistan based groups of carrying out the attack. Pakistan secretary will also be meeting a delegation from the moderate faction of APHC. /  Kashmir Newz Picture Nov 13, 2006: Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Chairman of the hardline faction of Kashmir's All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) talking to reporters in Srinagar before leaving for New Delhi Monday. Geelani will be meeting Pakistan foriegn secretary Riaz Mohammed Khan in New Delhi on the sidelines of India Pakistan foriegn secretary talks Tuesday. India had stalled the talks after the Mumbai bombings in July accusing Pakistan based groups of carrying out the attack. Pakistan secretary will also be meeting a delegation from the moderate faction of APHC. / Altaf Zargar  
Man and Nature: A view of gushing up man made fountains in the waters of Dal Lake with clouds in the sky, mesmerising the scene. Dal Lake is a prime tourist place in Indian administered Kashmir. Environmentalists are voicing concern over pollution and encroachments in the Lake that is shrinking it rapidly. / Kashmir Newz Picture Nov 13, 2006: Man and Nature: A view of gushing up man made fountains in the waters of Dal Lake with clouds in the sky, mesmerising the scene. Dal Lake is a prime tourist place in Indian administered Kashmir. Environmentalists are voicing concern over pollution and encroachments in the Lake that is shrinking it rapidly. / Altaf Zargar More >>>

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