Kashmir, in the foothills of the Himalayas, is a region claimed by both India and Pakistan. On both sides of the border, the mainly Muslim population is caught up in a decades-long conflict. The desire for independence is strongest on the Indian side. Separatist groups, sometimes supported by Pakistan, are violently opposed to Indian rule. With tensions high following a recent attack on Indian security forces, our reporters went to Kashmir to see how the conflict has affected ordinary people.