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  • Rather, who is heading the six-member team of ministers and advisors chosen to negotiate with the doctors, said the government had agreed to consider the grievances of doctors before Darbar Move (when government moves to Jammu) but they went on strike and thus violated the agreement.

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  • "Part historical, part political, part climatic, Kashmir's biannual Darbar Move is an exercise in bureaucratic logistics without parallel, even for a country that thrives on the machinations of government.

    Twice a year, in the restive northernmost state of India, Jammu and Kashmir's capital picks up and moves 300 kilometres. In October, the move is from the cold of Srinagar to the more hospitable winters of Jammu."

    - Ben Doherty, A capital packs up and heads south for the winter, smh.com.au, 29 Oct 2011.

    November 21, 2011