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India eases lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir

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India eases lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir

India eases lockdown in Indian-administered Kashmir

Some respite for the people of Srinagar who have faced severe restrictions for weeks since the stripping of the region's autonomy.


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