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Occupied Kashmir readies for Eidul Azha after protest broken up
SRINAGAR: Big queues formed in occupied Kashmir’s main city Srinagar on Saturday outside cash machines and food stores as Indian authorities eased a crippling curfew to let the Himalayan region prepare for a major Muslim festival, residents said.But huge numbers of Indian troops remained on the streets a day after security forces used tear gas to break up a demonstration by about 8,000 people against the government’s move to revoke Kashmir’s autonomy, they added.
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Occupied Kashmir readies for Eidul Azha after protest broken up
SRINAGAR: Big queues formed in occupied Kashmir’s main city Srinagar on Saturday outside cash machines and food stores as Indian authorities eased a crippling curfew to let the Himalayan region prepare for a major Muslim festival, residents said.But huge numbers of Indian troops remained on the streets a day after security forces used tear gas to break up a demonstration by about 8,000 people against the government’s move to revoke Kashmir’s autonomy, they added.
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