Less violence offers hope to Kashmiri businesses

Indian-administered Kashmir shares a border with Pakistan - known as the Line of Control - where territorial and religious disputes have led to armed conflict since the 1990s.

But over the past decade the violence there has reduced, encouraging business and industry in the region.

The BBC's Yogita Limaye has more from the state of Jammu and Kashmir for India Business Report.

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