Despite COVID and conflict, Kashmiris keep food coming

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Workers prepare dozens of fresh-cooked meals for delivery to needy families in Srinagar, the capital city of Kashmir, India. 

In Kashmir, a Tiffin Aaw worker wearing personal protective equipment to prevent COVID-19 infection prepares a load of charity meals for delivery to needy families in Srinagar, the capitol city. 

Delivery workers haul a heated container of food to a needy household in Srinagar, Kashmir. The Muslim-majority region in northern India has relied on a network of private businesses and mosque-based charities to keep people fed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rob Chaney

SRINAGAR, KASHMIR — While much of India

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