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|Title||Developments in dispute over Kashmir between Pakistan and India; United Nations efforts to resolve the dispute, December 1952 (Folder 17)|
|Collection||Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1947-1964|
|Places||Afghanistan; Bengal; Burma (Myanmar); Ceylon; Chennai (Madras); China; Colombo; Delhi; Diu; East Punjab; Faisalabad (Lyallpur); France; Hyderabad; India; Iran; Jammu; Karachi; Kashmir; Kolkata (Calcutta); Lisbon; London; Mumbai (Bombay); Muzaffarabad; New York; North-West Frontier Province; Pakistan; Paris; Portugal; Punjab; Rawalpindi; Srinagar; Thailand; Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum); Washington, DC; West Punjab|
|People||Abdullah, Mohammed; Cunliffe-Lister, Sir Philip (1st Earl of Swinton); Ismay, Hastings, 1st Baron Ismay; Jinnah, Mohammad Ali; Khan, Liaquat Ali; Mountbatten, Louis, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma; Nazimuddin, Sir Khawaja; Nehru, Jawaharlal ('Panditji'); Noel-Baker, Philip, Baron Noel-Baker; Pandit, Vijaya; Salisbury, 5th Marquess of (Robert Gascoyne-Cecil); Truman, Harry|
|Topics||air force; aircraft; army; banking; battle; British Government; business; communications; conquest; Constituent Assembly; Durand Line (Afghan-Pakistani border); economic aid; evacuation; execution; exports; famine; food; governor-general; Hinduism; independence; Indian National Congress; Indo-Pakistani relations; international border; invasion; Islam; judicial system; language; loans; maharaja; massacre; military; Muslim League; oil; parliament; partition; propaganda; railway; refugees; revolt; roads; Royal Air Force; satyagraha (non-violent resistance); siege; socialism; transport; United Nations; war; weapons; women|
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