Indian-administered Kashmir cut off from world

Mobile phones, internet, and landlines are all down in the Kashmir valley after India revoked its autonomy.

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    Indian-administered Kashmir has been cut off from the outside world after India revoked its autonomy.

    Mobile phones, the internet, and landlines are all down in the Kashmir valley, where soldiers are enforcing a curfew.

    For people here, life has suddenly become tough.

    Al Jazeera's Faiz Jamil reports from Indian-administered Kashmir.


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