Kashmir unrest: Students protest despite university shutdown

Universities and colleges in Indian-administrated Kashmir have been forced to close for a second day after another outbreak of anti-India protests. Mobile phone networks have now been cut-off.

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    Universities and colleges in Indian-administrated Kashmir have been forced to close for a second day after another outbreak of anti-India protests.

    Mobile phone networks have now been cut-off. More than 100 students and several police officers were wounded in the violence.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Srinagar, in Indian-administered Kashmir.


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