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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    The Indian government has eased some restrictions in Indian-Administered Kashmir, which has been in lockdown for more than two weeks.

    It has given some respite to the people of the capital Srinagar, as well as to journalists trying to report on the decision to strip the region of its autonomy.

    Al Jazeera's Anchal Vohra has more from New Delhi.


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