Kashmir shutdown: Farmers struggle to make a living

It is affecting people with small businesses, especially in farming, who are worried the restrictions on communication and movement mean their hard work will go to waste.

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    Police in Indian-administered Kashmir say protesters have killed a driver of what they thought was a military truck.

    The restrictions in Kashmir, now entering their fourth week, have made it difficult for people to make a living.

    Al Jazeera's Faiz Jamil reports from the Shopian district.


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