The short answer - the state of Kashmir itself
The long answer - The Indian raj split up in 1948 into three separate states - Indian, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The north was split into two, India and Pakistan with the Hindu and Sikh areas going to India and the Muslim areas going to Pakistan.
The exception to this was Kashmir, a Muslim dominated area that was claimed by India. Since the split the Muslim population has fought against the Indian army to gain there Independence and (depending on who you listen too) Pakistan has been aiding the rebels. The war, apart from fighting in Kashmir itself, has seen terrorist attacks take place in other areas in India and has contributed to the hostile relationship between India and Pakistan.
So - while Kashmir itself has seen the most fighting the wider subcontinent has been greatly affected as well.
It is not the most dangerous region.
India and Pakistan have both stated claims to Kashmir. India and Pakistan have fought at least three wars over Kashmir. Kashmir is the northwestern most region of South Asia.
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areas affected by lanslide are kashmir, himachal pradesh, punjab, marasashtra, arunachal pradesh,narkanda The Indian states most affected by landslides are Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Sikkim.
The entire western region of the US was affected by the Dust Bowl. The states that were affected the most were Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Kansas, and Nebraska.
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It grew in population because displaced farmers from region 2 moved there.
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The state in India that grows the most almonds is Himachal Pradesh. A great deal of almonds are also produced in the Kashmir region.
The conflict in Kashmir started over the partition of India. In 1947, Lord Mountbatten divided British India into two countries, India and Pakistan, largely on religious grounds. India comprised mostly of Hindus, while Pakistan comprised mostly of Muslims. About 580 states had to decide which country they wanted to belong to, which was usually determined religiously. Kashmir had Sikh rulers and Muslim civilians, so there was no obvious country it should belong to. The rulers decided to join India, while most of the population would have chosen Pakistan. Pakistan and India both claimed Kashmir and have been fighting ever since. As many as 60,000 people have been killed over this conflict.