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By Ravi Khanna
Washington
30 October 2008

The two neighbors are urged to form a regional authority to produce much needed electricity in the poverty stricken region
The two Kashmir neighbors are urged to form a regional authority to produce much needed electricity in the poverty-stricken region
As India prepares to hold next month's state assembly elections in its part of Kashmir, a trade route has been reopened between the two Kashmirs. 

VOA's Ravi Khanna reports Washington experts see these moves leading to an eventual end to the long-running conflict over the disputed territory.

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