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India Today impact: NIA launches probe after sting exposes Kashmiri Hurriyat leaders took money from Pakistan

India Today Friday, 19 May 2017 ()
The NIA has asked India Today to provide all CDs containing visuals of the sting operation and other details about the special investigative report which showed several separatist leaders admitting on camera that they received money from Pakistan to create unrest in Kashmir.
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News video: Shutdown in Indian Kashmir to mark death anniversaries of Hurriyat leaders

Shutdown in Indian Kashmir to mark death anniversaries of Hurriyat leaders 01:19

Separatist leaders in Kashmir requested a shutdown on Sunday (May 21) to mark the anniversaries of the deaths of Hurriyat leaders Mirwaiz Moulvi Mohammad Farooq and Abdul Ghani Lone. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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