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India's Modi trumpets Kashmir move, but local support is scarce

Reuters Thursday, 15 August 2019
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi trumpeted his abolition of Kashmir's special status in an Independence Day speech on Thursday, but there was little sign that he had won over people in the region's biggest city - and a deadly border clash with Pakistan added to tensions.
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News video: Protesters Converge Outside Indian High Commission in London Over Kashmir Conflict

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Thousands of people gathered outside the Indian High Commission in London on Thursday, August 15, to protest the Indian government’s move to revoke special status for its section of Kashmir. Footage tweeted by the UK branch of the governing Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) political party, led by...

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