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India’s Supreme Court Rules the Indefinite Internet Shutdown in Kashmir Was an ‘Abuse of Power.’ But For Now, It Continues

TIME Friday, 10 January 2020
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News video: SC on J&K: All restrictive orders must be made public, indefinite internet suspension abuse of power

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APEX COURT BRINGS RELIEF FOR THE RESIDENTS OF J&K REELING UNDER A MASSIVE INTERNET & COMMUNICATION LOCKDOWN, THE 3-JUDGE SUPREME COURT BENCH TODAY ORDERED THE JAMMU AND KASHMIR ADMINISTRATION TO REVIEW WITHIN ONE WEEK ALL RESTRICTIVE ORDERS IN PLACE SINCE THE GOVERNMENT ENDED SPECIAL STATUS IN...

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