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First Look: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in Kashmir

June 30, 2005

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar embraces Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief Yaseen Malik on the sidelines of a conference on human values in Srinagar on Monday.

Several Kashmiri leaders of the Hurriyat Conference attended the conference.

During the Art of Living programme, while the spiritual leader urged the gathering to make life happy through love, Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani rose to say, "I admire your talk on the essence of universal human values, but this is not what is needed in Kashmir. You please tell India to remove its 10 lakh security forces and peace in real sense will return to the lives of the people in Kashmir."

Shankar responded to separatist voices by saying: "Now the people and nations need more of interdependence rather than independence to live peacefully."


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Sub: eye to mind

If eye is given to mind (not externa eye) then so many internal fight for peace can be got. Any body can suggest for closing ...

Posted by sreenivasan.t..n

Sub: independence-Kashmir

Love with out expectation any thing ( even in kind)from others will benefit rather than giving love and expect return love or regard. This also ...

Posted by sreenivasan.t.n

Sub: First provide modern edu. then see what happen

Nothing to give too much interest on the political issue. More you response more they keen so let it be there and let them provide ...

Posted by Jummo loyi

Sub: Sri Sri Ravishankar

Hi, Sri Sri Ravishankar has made a valid point by saying that Interdependence and not Independence is needed now. This is evident from the rush ...

Posted by Kunal Dani

Sub: 100/100

In keeping with the diginity of oneself and the peacefulness of the occassion..this is the best answer Geelani has got. Some wise-man had said "Latoon ...

Posted by rajiv


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