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Authorities lift curfew in Indian Kashmir

Schools, businesses and government offices reopened Tuesday and vehicles were back on the streets in Indian Kashmir as authorities lifted a two-day curfew in the troubled Himalayan region. Government forces removed steel barricades and layers of razor wires from roads across the Kashmir Valley and thousands of Kashmiris flooded the streets of Srinagar to buy food and other essentials. The curfew was imposed across the region Sunday to thwart a huge pro-independence rally in Srinagar, the capital of India’s only Muslim-majority state. Full Story

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