Kashmir crackdown: Restore normal life, says India's top court

Despite the Indian government claiming that everything is back to normal, Kashmiri media organisations say their staff are harassed and often fail to get to work because of roadblocks.

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    The Supreme Court of India has said that the federal government should ensure normal life is restored in the Indian-administered Kashmir Valley.

    The court had previously said authorities there needed more time to restore order.

    The region remains in a lockdown about 40 days after India withdrew its autonomy.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports.


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