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J&K: Jammu & Kashmir

A Kashmiri mourner shouts slogans as the body of Shabir Ahamed Malik, who allegedly died in security force's firing is taken away from a hospital in Srinagar.

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Foreign tourists cross Dal Lake in a boat during a curfew in Srinagar.

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Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) in Srinagar, interacting with an injured man. The CM's sudden appearance to make an on-the-spot visit, following reports of lack of medicines for patients and food for attendants, took everyone by surprise

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A Kashmiri cries near the body of Ghulam Nabi Badyari, 50, during his funeral ceremony in Srinagar.

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A paramilitary soldier stands guard during a funeral ceremony, in Srinagar.

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A women try to comfort the daughter of Ghulam Nabi Badyari, 50, during his funeral ceremony in Srinagar. Badyari was seriously wounded when he was hit by a stray bullet inside his home in downtown Srinagar after soldiers fired at protesters who destroyed a sentry post and threw rocks at them, said a police officer.

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A Kashmiri wears a bullet shell as a pendant as he attends a funeral ceremony, in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri mourners shout slogans near the body of Ghulam Nabi Badyari, 50, in Srinagar. Badyari was seriously wounded when he was hit by a stray bullet inside his home in downtown Srinagar after soldiers fired at protesters who destroyed a sentry post and threw rocks at them.

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Kashmiri mourners run for cover as police fire teargas shells to disperse a funeral procession, in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri mourners run for cover as police fire teargas shells to disperse a funeral procession, in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri women shout slogans during the funeral procession of Ghulam Nabi Badyari, 50, in Srinagar. Badyari was seriously wounded when he was hit by a stray bullet inside his home in downtown Srinagar after soldiers fired at protesters who destroyed a sentry post and threw rocks at them.

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Relatives of Iqbal Ahmed Khan wail during his funeral procession in Srinagar, after he was wounded in police firing last week, but succumbed to his injuries. Tens of thousands of Kashmiri Muslims marched defying a curfew in another day of massive protests against Indian rule in the Himalayan region.

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A young Kashmiri hits a burning government vehicle after it was set on fire during a protest at Barthana neighborhood in Srinagar. Hundreds of demonstrators chanting anti-India slogans held protest marches in Kashmir defying a rigid round-the-clock curfew and police orders that they would be shot on sight.

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Kashmiri Muslims shout slogans as they take out a march on motorcycles to defy curfew at Khrew, outskirts of Srinagar. Residents angry about the killing in police gunfire of a young man in Kashmir chased away security forces from their neighborhood as hundreds of demonstrators continued to defy a curfew to protest Indian rule.

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Kashmiri Muslims shout slogans as they take out a march on vehicles to defy curfew at Khrew, outskirts of Srinagar. Residents angry about the killing in police gunfire of a young man in Kashmir chased away security forces from their neighborhood as hundreds of demonstrators continued to defy a curfew to protest Indian rule.

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A paramilitary soldier stands guard during curfew in Srinagar.

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A masked Kashmiri looks on as he stands near a burning government vehicle set on fire during a protest at Barthana neighborhood in Srinagar.

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Young Kashmiri boys hit a burning police vehicle after it was set on fire by protesters at Barthana neighborhood in Srinagar. Hundreds of demonstrators chanting anti-India slogans held protest marches in Kashmir defying a rigid round-the-clock curfew and police orders that they would be shot on sight.

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Policemen clean their rifle as Kashmiri women wait for permission to proceed towards a hospital during curfew in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters shout slogans near a burning government vehicle after they set it on fire during a protest at Barthana neighborhood in Srinagar. Relative calm prevailed in Kashmir after days of violent clashes between troops and Kashmiri protesters but hundreds joined marches at many places in the region.

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Policemen read newspapers during curfew in Srinagar.

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Curfew remained clamped in the violence-hit Kashmir Valley today with security forces keeping a tight vigil to maintain law and order.

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A railway employee, left who fled the Kashmir valley in the wake of recent unrest arrives at the railway station in Jammu. Government forces in Kashmir fired at hundreds of people protesting New Delhi's rule over the region, as weeks of civil unrest continued unabated.

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An unidentified relative shouts slogans from inside an ambulance carrying the body of Anees Ahamed, a civilian killed during a protest as he headed towards his home from a hospital in Srinagar.

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A policeman stands guard as sadhus wait to leave for the annual Amarnath pilgrimage, in Jammu. Security beefed up for the pilgrimage due to tension mounting in the Kashmir region.

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Kashmiris shout slogans as they defy curfew in Srinagar. A total of 23 people have been killed in incidents of violence in the Valley since July 30, 2010.

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Kashmiris shout slogans as they burn junk on a road to block traffic during a curfew in Srinagar.

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Sadhus look on as they wait to leave for the annual Amarnath pilgrimage, in Jammu. Security beefed up for the pilgrimage due to tension mounting in the Kashmir region.

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Kashmiris shout slogans as they wheel out a dead body of a protester allegedly shot by the security forces in Srinagar. Government troops fired live ammunition and tear gas into crowds of anti-India protesters as tens of thousands of people demonstrated across Kashmir.

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Kashmiri carry the body of Sameer Ahmed during his funeral procession in Srinagar on Monday Aug 2, 2010. Curfew today remained in force in the Kashmir Valley following violence by rampaging mobs who indulged in stone-pelting, attacked government buildings and looted weapons from police. 22 people have been killed and over 500 injured, including 200 security force personnel, in violence since 30 July, 2010.

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Kashmiris wash blood stains on a road immediately after police opened fire on protesters in Srinagar. Government troops fired at thousands of people protesting Indian rule in Kashmir killing one person and injuring more than 30 as the wave of violence that has swept through the region continued unabated.

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Kashmiri civilians attend an injured person after police opened fire on protesters in Srinagar. Government troops fired at thousands of people protesting Indian rule over the country's portion of Kashmir, killing one person and injuring more than 30 as the wave of violence that has swept through the region continued unabated.

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Paramilitary soldiers patrol during a curfew in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri men shout pro freedom slogans as relatives and friends carry a dead body of a protester allegedly shot by the security forces in Srinagar on Sunday Aug 1, 2010. Curfew today remained in force in the entire Kashmir Valley which has been hit by a fresh wave of violence. 8 persons including a woman were killed in separate incidents on Sunday with five of them perishing in a blast after explosives went off in a police station set afire by a mob.

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A Kashmiri woman throws a rock on a burning government vehicle after protesters set it on fire during a funeral procession in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri shout slogans during the funeral procession in Pampore, on the outskirts of Srinagar.

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Kashmiri shout pro-freedom slogans as they carry dead body in a funeral procession in Pampore, outskirts of Srinagar.

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Kashmiri set a government building on fire during the funeral procession in Pampore, outskirts of Srinagar.

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A Kashmiri protester throws a policeman's bamboo shield on a burning government vehicle after protesters set it on fire during funeral procession in Pampore, outskirts of Srinagar. Violence in Kashmir valley escalated further today when eight persons including a woman were killed in separate incidents with five of them perishing in a blast after explosives went off in a police station set afire by a mob.

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Kashmiri civilians carry a man wounded during a protest on a stretcher outside a hospital in Srinagar. Authorities imposed an indefinite curfew across violence-wracked Kashmir as anti-India protests and clashes between Kashmiri civilians and government forces continued unabated.

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CRPF personnel guard a curfew bound street of Srinagar. Curfew was today clamped in all major towns of Kashmir Valley, including Srinagar, as protestors torched a railway station and clashed with security forces, who opened fire leaving one person dead and over 25 others injured, including several policemen.

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Daughter of Mohammad Asim, a civilian killed in a protest, wails inside an ambulance outside a local hospital in Srinagar. Paramilitary soldiers fired on hundreds of demonstrators in Kashmir, killing two men and wounding at least 12 others, police said.

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A relative of one of the wounded civilian wails outside a hospital in Srinagar, as paramilitary soldiers fired on a group of anti-India protesters.

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Kashmiri Muslim protesters throw rocks and bricks at police officers during a protest in Srinagar.

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A policeman walks towards his colleagues after he was beaten and his uniform torn by Kashmiri Muslim protesters during a protest in Srinagar.

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Police run for cover as Kashmiri Muslims shout pro-freedom slogans during a protest in Srinagar.

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A Kashmiri protester runs for cover from a tear gas shell thrown at him by police man during a protest in Srinagar.

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A Kashmiri protester carries a wounded man hit by a tear gas shell during a protest in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters throw rocks and bricks at police under tear gas smoke during a protest in Srinagar.

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Relatives of one of the wounded civilian wail outside a hospital in Srinagar. Massive clashes erupted in Kashmir's main city after two men were wounded as paramilitary soldiers fired on a group of protesters.

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Girls cover their heads with a scarf as they walk on a road during heavy rainfall in Jammu.

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Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti speaks as another activist displays portraits of youths allegedly killed during protests, in Srinagar.

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Peoples Democratic Party activists display portraits of Kashmiris allegedly abused by security personnel, in Srinagar.

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A fruit vendor takes shelter under his fruit cart during heavy rainfall in Jammu.

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Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti displays portraits of youths allegedly killed during protests, in Srinagar. The killings of 17 protesters and bystanders in the past six weeks have roiled the region.

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Policemen arrive after Kashmiri protesters burn wood to block traffic on a street during a protest in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters run as policemen unseen chase them during a protest in Srinagar.

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CRPF Director General N K Tripathi (center front row) poses for a photograph with award winning personnel during the paramilitary force's Raising Day celebrations at RTC Humhama in Srinagar.

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A masked protester keeps a stone on his head before throwing it at policemen during a protest in Srinagar. Shops, businesses and schools were closed again in Kashmir after a day's break and thousands of armed police and paramilitary soldiers patrolled largely deserted streets in major towns.

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Protesters throw stones on policemen in Srinagar. Shops, businesses and schools shut again in Kashmir after a day's break and thousands of armed police and paramilitary soldiers patrolled largely deserted streets in major towns.

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A Kashmiri walk past barbed wire set up as road blockade by police during a strike in Srinagar.

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Army personnel raise slongan during wreath laying ceremony at war memorial at Drass on the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrations in J & K.

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Kashmiri women run for cover as police men chase them away during a protest in Srinagar. After a day's break, most shops, businesses and schools were closed and streets were deserted in Kashmir as separatists called for strikes and anti-India demonstrations for five days.

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Supporters of banned Islamic group Jamaat-ud-Dawa take part in an anti-Indian rally in Lahore, Pakistan. They rallied in the eastern Pakistani city to show their support for Kashmiris fighting against Indian forces.

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A Kashmiri protester throws a burning effigy of Jammu and Kashmir state Chief Minister Omar Abdullah during a protest in Srinagar. Kashmir has witnessed curfews and strikes for nearly a month. Residents accuse government forces of killing at least 17 people, mostly teenagers, in the demonstrations.

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A policeman fires tear gas shell towards Kashmiri protesters in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters shout pro-freedom slogans as they carry effigy of Jammu and Kashmir state Chief Minister Omar Abdullah during a protest in Srinagar. Kashmir has witnessed curfews and strikes for nearly a month. Residents accuse government forces of killing at least 17 people, mostly teenagers, in the demonstrations.

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The body of a Kashmiri youth killed in firing, July 6

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Children during curfew in down town in Srinagar.

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Marty's Graveyard in Old Kashmir

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Safuddin Soz Leadar Cong in Srinagar.

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Slogens written all over Kashmir 'GO INDIA GO' in Srinagar.

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CRPF Personnal Jawan Keep Vigil from his Banqar in the Night at Very Sensitive area of Down Town in Srinagar.

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CRPF Personnal Jawan Keep Vigil at Very Sensitive area of Down Town in Srinagar.

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Policemen inspect a government vehicle that was set on fire by protesters in Srinagar. Most shops, government offices and schools were shut after separatists called for a strike. For nearly a month, Kashmir is under a rolling curfew and strikes. Residents accuse government forces of killing at least 17 people during demonstrations.

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Protesters attack a police armoured car

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A bird flies over Dal lake as tourists enjoy a boat ride in Srinagar.

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Paramilitary soldiers patrol a street in Pampore on the outskirts of Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters shout freedom slogans as soldiers prevent them from marching in Pampore, on the outskirts of Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters shout freedom slogans in Pampore, on the outskirts of Srinagar. Kashmir has been under a rolling curfew and strikes for nearly a month after protests and clashes surged in the region. Residents have accused government forces of killing at least 17 people, mostly teenagers, in the demonstrations.

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Kashmiri Muslim woman along with her daughter walk past Indian paramilitary soldiers and policemen as they stand guard outside a closed market after chasing away protesters in Srinagar.

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A Kashmiri woman walks along with her son on a deserted street in Srinagar. Curfew was today clamped in Sopore town and restrictions imposed on the movement of people in the rest of the Kashmir Valley in view of the tense situation after a youth was killed in alleged firing by security forces in Baramulla.

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Paramilitary soldiers stand guard outside a closed market after chasing away protesters in Srinagar.

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Kashmiris shout pro-freedom slogans during a protest in Srinagar. Thousands of troops in riot gear patrolled streets in Kashmir, bracing for fresh protests after police opened fire on a funeral procession, killing one person and wounding 14.

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A wounded Kashmiri, Ghulam Mohammad, is carried on a stretcher at a hospital in Srinagar. Police fired on thousands of protesters killing one and wounding at least 14 others, police and locals said, leading to further protests and clashes in the region.

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Kashmiri men cool off at a stream in the outskirts of Srinagar. Kashmir has been rocked by protests and strikes for nearly a month. At least 15 people have died mostly in shootings blamed on police and paramilitary soldiers.

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Members of Kashmir Video Journalists Association hold placards as they march during a protest against police after their colleague was allegedly beaten by the police during a protest, in Srinagar. The protest followed three weeks of civil unrest that left 15 people dead.

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Rashtravadi Sena party activists shout anti-Pakistan slogans during a demonstration urging Indian government to stop all connection and talks with Pakistan and deal strictly with Kashmir separatist leaders, in New Delhi.

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Kashmiri children stand near a barbed wire set-up as road blockade by paramilitary soldiers during a strike in Srinagar. Authorities re-imposed restrictions in parts of Kashmir as separatists called for a strike against the recent killing of youths. Kashmir has been rocked by protests and strikes for nearly a month. At least 15 people have died mostly in shootings blamed on police and paramilitary soldiers.

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Kashmiri fishermen row their boat as the sun sets over the Dal Lake in Srinagar. Authorities re-imposed a rigid curfew throughout most of Kashmir to prevent street protests following weeks of unrest that has killed 15 people.

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Police personnel rest on a wall painted with graffiti after chasing away protesters in Srinagar.

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A policewoman rests after chasing away protesters in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri protesters shout freedom slogans in Srinagar.

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Pilgrims wait to perform worship outside the holy cave shrine of Amarnath.

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A paramilitary solider looks on as he stands guard during a protest rally against in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri shout pro-freedom slogans during a protest rally against in Srinagar.

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A Kashmiri woman prays for the safety of people participating in protest as others look on during a protest rally in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri shout pro-freedom slogans during a protest rally in Srinagar. Authorities re-imposed a rigid curfew throughout Kashmir to prevent street protests after Friday prayers following weeks of unrest that has killed 15 people.

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Kashmiri journalists protest the ‘selective’ media gag, July 12

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