Kashmir web blackout: Shutdowns hit disputed region

Internet services have been cut in Kashmir's Srinagar city, and business owners are feeling the pinch.

    The internet has been shut down in two towns in Indian-administered Kashmir.

    Researchers have found the disputed region has more web blackouts than anywhere else in the world, costing businesses billions of dollars.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports.


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