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Members of Akhil Bharatiya Sant Samiti during a meeting to support to the BJP government on CAA, 35A, 370 and Ram Janmm Bhoomi, at Mavalankar Hall in New Delhi.

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Union ministers and BJP leaders Jitendra Singh and Anurag Thakur, BJP National Vice-President Shyam Jaju and State BJP President Ravinder Raina during a public rally focusing on ill effects of Articles 370 & 35A, in Jammu

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Pakistani Kashmiris rally near the Parliament House to express solidarity with Indian Kashmiris in Islamabad, Pakistan. The protests and anti-India rallies continued for the forth consecutive week in solidarity with Kashmiri people after India abrogated Articles 370 and 35A, shrinking the rights of Kashmir people.

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Women shout slogans and march on a street after Friday prayers in Srinagar. A strict curfew in Kashmir in effect for a fifth day was eased Friday to allow residents to pray at mosques, officials said, but some protests still broke out in the region despite thousands of security forces in the streets as tensions remained high with neighboring Pakistan.

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A state transport bus leaves the region during restrictions in Srinagar.

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Shikaras, or traditional gondolas, stand parked on the Dal Lake in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri women walk at a deserted Lal Chowk square, a frequent site for anti-India protests, in Srinagar.

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Samjhauta Express train arrives at Atari Shyam Singh railway station, in Amritsar district.

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Passengers deboard from Samjhauta Express train as it arrives at Atari Shyam Singh railway station, in Amritsar district.

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Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad with Congress leaders Anand Sharma and Bhupendra Singh Hooda at his residence, in New Delhi.

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Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad at his residence, in New Delhi. Azad arrived at Srinagar to assess the situation in the Kashmir Valley in the wake of the Centre revoking Jammu and Kashmir's special status under Article 370 of the Constitution and dividing it into two union territories

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Passengers arrive from India at Lahore railway station in Pakistan. Pakistan's federal minister for railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said that Islamabad has suspended a key train service with neighboring India over change in Kashmir's special status by New Delhi. Ahmad said the Express, or Friendship Express, train service was suspended from Thursday.

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Taxis stand parked on the roadside during restrictions in Jammu.

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A security personnel stands guard during restrictions in Srinagar.

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Indian national flag and Jammu and Kashmir state flag stand hoisted at a building during restrictions in Srinagar.

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Trucks stranded on the Jammu Srinagar National Highway during restrictions in Jammu.

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Trucks stranded on the Jammu Srinagar National Highway during restrictions in Jammu.

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Supporters of the Pakistani religious party Jamaat-e-Islami rally against India, in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Supporters of the Pakistani religious party Jamaat-e-Islami rally against India, in Karachi, Pakistan. Islamabad said it would downgrade its diplomatic ties with New Delhi, expel the Indian ambassador and suspend trade.

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People commute amid restrictions in Srinagar.

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People commute during restrictions in Jammu.

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People board a bus as they leave the region during restrictions in Srinagar.

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Security personnel stand guard during restrictions in Srinagar.

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Paramilitary personnel stand guard during restrictions in Jammu.

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The Delhi-Lahore bus, also known as Sada-e-Sarhad, leaves for Lahore from Ambedkar terminal in New Delhi. Despite tensions between Indo-Pak relations following the scrapping of the provisions of Article 370 in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the bus service continued uninterrupted.

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Security personnel stand guard during restrictions in Srinagar. Restrictions have been imposed in several districts of Jammu and Kashmir as a precautionary measure after the state lost its special status and was bifurcated on Tuesday as Parliament approved a resolution scrapping Article 370 of the Constitution and passed a bill to split the state into two Union Territories.

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi addresses a news conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Qureshi said that Islamabad is not considering any military actions and instead is looking at political and legal options to challenge India's changes to disputed Kashmir's status. Qureshi rejected New Delhi's claim that the changes were its internal matter and that Islamabad should reconsider its expulsion of India's ambassador and suspension of trade and a key train service.

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National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval in an open interaction with Jammu Kashmir Police Force, in Shopian.

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National Security Advisor Ajit Doval interacts with the locals while reviewing security situation in Shopian, J & K.

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National Security Advisor Ajit Doval interacts with the locals while reviewing security situation in Shopian, J & K.

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National Security Advisor Ajit Doval interacts with the locals while reviewing security situation in Shopian, J & K.

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National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval in a group photo with Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans, in Shopian.

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In this photo taken from a video released by Defense PRO, is seen vehicles plying amid restrictions in Srinagar.

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Migrant workers crowd outside the government transport yard to buy bus tickets to leave the region, during curfew in Srinagar.

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Pakistani students attend an anti-Indian rally in Lahore, Pakistan. Pakistan has decided to downgrade its diplomatic ties with neighboring India and suspend bilateral trade in response to New Delhi's decision to reduce the special status of Kashmir, a Himalayan region claimed by both countries.

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Migrant laborers wait at a railway station to leave the region in Jammu.

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Migrant laborers carry their luggage and prepare to leave the region, at a railway station in Jammu.

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Security personnel keep vigil during shutdown in Kargil.

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A man carries vegetables in a wholesale market as restrictions continue in the Valley to maintain law and order after revocation of Article 370 and reorgnisation of the state, in Jammu.

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A view of a deserted street during shutdown in Kargil.

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People wait for their respective trains at Jammu Railway Station as they leave the state due to heightened security, in Jammu.

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Vehicles ply as restrictions continue in the Valley to maintain law and order after revocation of Article 370 and reorgnisation of the state, in Jammu. Restrictions have been imposed in several districts of Jammu and Kashmir as a precautionary measure after the state lost its special status and was bifurcated on Tuesday as Parliament approved a resolution scrapping Article 370 of the Constitution and passed a bill to split the state into two Union Territories.

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BJP workers celebrate government's decision to abolish Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and bill to bifurcate the state into two separate union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, in Hubballi.

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Members of a Kashmiri Pandit family clap as they watch the news on revokation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir on a television, in Lucknow.

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Shiv Sena workers distribute sweets as they celebrate government's decision to abolish Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and a separate bill to bifurcate the state into two separate union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, in Mumbai.

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers celebrate government's decision to abolish Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and a separate bill to bifurcate the state into two separate union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, in Jammu.

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ABVP members celebrate governments decision to abolish Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and a separate bill to bifurcate the state into two separate union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, in New Delhi.

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ABVP members celebrate governments decision to abolish Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and a separate bill to bifurcate the state into two separate union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, in New Delhi.

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A participant displays an artist's impression of the India map decorated with a saffron shawl as ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters celebrate government revoking disputed Kashmir's special status in Prayagraj.

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters celebrate government revoking disputed Kashmir's special status in Prayagraj.

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters distribute sweets as they celebrate government revoking disputed Kashmir's special status in Prayagraj.

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Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram addresses the media after Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the proposal to remove Article 370 in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, at Parliament during the Budget Session, in New Delhi.

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Senior Congress leader Gulam Nabi Azad addresses the media persons after Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the proposal to remove Article 370 in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, in the Parliament during the Budget Session, in New Delhi. Congress leaders P Chidambaram, Shashi Tharoor, TMC leader Derek O'Brien, SP MP Ram Gopal Yadav and others are also seen.

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BJP MP from Ladakh, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal displays victory sign at Parliament during the Budget Session, in New Delhi. The government today moved a bill proposing bifurcation of the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories -Jammu and Kashmir division and Ladakh.

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PDP MP from Jammu and Kashmir Fayaz Ahmad Mir tore his clothes as he raises slogans during a protest after Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the proposal to remove Article 370 in the Parliament during the Budget Session, in New Delhi

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Kashmiris protest against the perceived threat to Article 35A

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Senior People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader and former advocate general of Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffar Hussain Baig talks to the media at the Supreme Court after appearing in the case challenging Art 35-A, in New Delhi.

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Traders along with locals display a banner and placards during a protest march against the petitions challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar.

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A security personnel checks the identity card of a motorcyclist during restrictions in Srinagar. Authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar, as separatist called for two-day strike against the petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the validity of Article 35A.

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Chairman of the moderate faction of Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Umar Farooq leads a protest rally against the petitions filed in the Supreme Court challenging the validity of Article 35A and 370, at Nowhatta in Srinagar.

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Activist of Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (JKNC) workers raise slogans during a protest rally over Article 35A, in Jammu.

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Shiv Sena Dogra Front activists raise slogans demanding revocation of Article 35A, in Jammu. Article 35A, which was incorporated in the Constitution by a 1954 Presidential Order, accords special rights and privileges to the citizens of J&K and denies property rights to a woman who marries a person from outside the state.

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Pigeons fly in sky as people hold placards during a protest in Srinagar. Separatists have called for two days strike against the dilution of a special provision in the Indian constitution under article 35A for Jammu and Kashmir. The article empowers the local legislature in the state to define permanent residents and provide special rights and privileges to those residents.

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A view of deserted Jehangir Chowk during a two-day strike called by the separatist leaders against the petitions in the Supreme court challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar.

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Security personnel patrol a street during a two-day strike called by the separatist leaders against the petitions in the Supreme court challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri traders hold placards and raise slogans during a sit-in protest against the petitions in the Supreme court challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri traders hold placards and raise slogans during a sit-in protest against the petitions in the Supreme court challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar. Article 35A, which was incorporated in the Constitution by a 1954 Presidential Order, accords special rights and privileges to the citizens of J&K and denies property rights to a woman who marries a person from outside the state.

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Senior advocate and President of J&K High Court Bar Association, B.S Slathia, speaks to media persons after Supreme court adjourned the hearing on pleas challenging the constitutional validity of Article 35-A, in New Delhi.

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A security personal walks past a vendor during the second day of strike called by separatist leaders against the petitions filed in the Supreme court challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar.

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A man feeds pigeons at Lal Chowk during the second day of strike called by separatists against the petitions filed in the Supreme court challenging the validity of Article 35A, in Srinagar. Article 35A, which was incorporated in the Constitution by a 1954 Presidential Order, accords special rights and privileges to the citizens of J&K and denies property rights to a woman who marries a person outside the state.

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