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India-controlled Kashmir－Indian authorities reimposed restrictions on movem
ent in parts of India-controlled Kashmir’s biggest city, Srinagar, on Sunday after overnight clashes between resid爱亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机
ents and police in which dozens were injured, two senior officials and eyewitnesses said.
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n Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government to revoke the autonomy of the region.
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with stones on 47 occasions on Saturday night in the Kashmir Valle
y, and more than 20 on Sunday. One said the protests were growing more intense.
爱亚博国际登录网站—亚博娱乐用户登录手机On Saturday, about two dozen people reported to Srinagar’s two main hospitals with injuries, mainly from pellets fired by Ind
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The state and federal governments did not respond to questions about the number of incidents and the level of injuries.
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The Press Trust of India reported that restrictions w
ere reimposed in parts of Srinagar after violence was reported on Saturday.