(Worthy News) - A petition was filed Thursday in India’s top court challenging the communications blackout and security clampdown in Indian-controlled Kashmir, where people remained holed up in their homes for a fourth day.
State-run All India Radio said security agencies have arrested more than 500 people in the region apparently to prevent any outbreak of violence.
It also reported cross-border firing by Indian and Pakistani troops in the Rajouri sector of the Indian-controlled Kashmir late Wednesday. [ Source: Time (Read More...) ]
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