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LSS: Umesh Pathak – Kashmir - Tragedies in a Paradise

Description: ZOOM TALK - Umesh Pathak

"Kashmir - Tragedies in a Paradise"

Umesh takes a brief look at Kashmir, the beauty of its landscapes, its history and the human failings which have shaped the tragic situation today. A review of global and local key players and events over the recent past begs the question: are there any solutions?

Umesh, a 3rd generation Indian from Uganda, lived as a student in India for 7 years from the age of 14 onwards. During that period, he had the privilege to visit Kashmir (in 1971) as a 16-year old - and what a paradise it was.
Ever since, he has kept an eye on the developments in Kashmir as he has trotted around 65 further countries.

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Location: Online via Zoom
Date: Sunday, 19 July 2020
Time: 18:30 BST
Access: Public
Category: LSS - Public event (not at Secular Hall)*
Created by: Public Access ( by LSS editor )
Updated: Thursday, 2 July 2020 15:36 GMT
Attachments: None

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