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India plans to ease Kashmir curbs for Friday prayers: media

Reuters India Friday, 9 August 2019
Authorities plan to relax curbs in India's Muslim-majority state of Jammu and Kashmir to allow people to offer Friday prayers, media said, as a five-day lockdown damped protests over the withdrawal of the Himalayan region's special status.
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News video: Art 370 revoked: J&K schools reopen, people offer Friday prayers at mosque

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After Article 370 was scrapped by Indian government, restrictions from Jammu and Kashmir were eased on Friday. Thousands of security personnel remained positioned across the valley to watch out for trouble.

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