Kashmir is a disputed territory located between India and Pakistan.
The mountainous region has long been a source of conflict between the two countries, even before they won independence from British rule in 1947. Kashmir has an estimated 16 million inhabitants. Recent DW content with "Kashmir" as a keyword will appear on this page.
In an exclusive interview with DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan talks about the Iran crisis and the international community's "lukewarm" response to the Kashmir dispute.
Garments made in India-and Pakistan-administered Kashmir are quite popular all over the world. Kashmiri shawls, for instance, are famous for their soft fabric, radiant colors and beautiful embroidery. At Bonn's Christmas market, they are quite a catch.