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Fearing the Air fare!

By Nazim Humayoon

While the people of Kashmir are elated to receive a very timely snowfall this winter after nearly half a decade, the ways leading into the valley or out of it have suddenly gone either blind or too expensive to opt.  The Jammu-Srinagar highway, like always will have its hiccups as we know and will remain cut off for most of the time during the winters, the air fares have also touched unaffordable heights.

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