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Indian pilgrims walk over a frozen glacier during their trek to holy cave of Amarnath, 125 kilometres northeast of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Saturday. A controversy has erupted over the melting of holy stalagamite, which government officials earlier blamed on weather but now fresh evidence has revealed the human interference. A CD shown by a private TV channel depicted pilgrims and Hindu troopers hugging the Stalagamite and lighting incense sticks near it./ Kashmir Newz Picture July 07, 2007: Indian pilgrims walk over a frozen glacier during their trek to holy cave of Amarnath, 125 kilometres northeast of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Saturday. A controversy has erupted over the melting of holy stalagamite, which government officials earlier blamed on weather but now fresh evidence has revealed the human interference. A CD shown by a private TV channel depicted pilgrims and Hindu troopers hugging the Stalagamite and lighting incense sticks near it./ Javid Dar  
A Kashmiri porter carries load on his shoulders enroute to holy cave of Amarnath, 125 kilometres northeast of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Saturday. A controversy has erupted over the melting of holy stalagamite, which government officials earlier blamed on weather but now fresh evidence has revealed the human interference. A CD shown by a private TV channel depicted pilgrims and Hindu troopers hugging the Stalagamite and lighting incense sticks near it./ Kashmir Newz Picture July 07, 2007: A Kashmiri porter carries load on his shoulders enroute to holy cave of Amarnath, 125 kilometres northeast of Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Saturday. A controversy has erupted over the melting of holy stalagamite, which government officials earlier blamed on weather but now fresh evidence has revealed the human interference. A CD shown by a private TV channel depicted pilgrims and Hindu troopers hugging the Stalagamite and lighting incense sticks near it. /Javid Dar More >>>

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