Kashmir unrest prevents students from returning to school

It has been seven weeks since the Indian government revoked the region's autonomy and shut off phones and the internet.

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    Teachers in Indian-administered Kashmir say unrest and the recent government crackdown are preventing students from returning to school.

    It has been seven weeks since the Indian government revoked the region's autonomy and shut off phones and the internet.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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