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India critics cry 'freedom' after move to strip Kashmir rights

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India critics cry 'freedom' after move to strip Kashmir rights

India critics cry 'freedom' after move to strip Kashmir rights

Anger continued to mount in disputed Kashmir on Thursday as the India-controlled Himalayan region remained under lockdown for an 11th straight day, after India moved to strip the mainly Muslim state of Jammu and Kashmir of the right to set some of its own laws.

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India critics cry 'freedom' after move to strip Kashmir rights

Virtually no independent information has emerged from anywhere in the Kashmir Valley except Srinagar over the past week.

More than 300 regional leaders and activists remain in various forms of detention.




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