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PUBLISHED ON: July 19, 2016 | Duration: 1 min, 51 sec

   
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Newspapers did not hit the stalls in Kashmir for fourth day in a row on Tuesday as the curfew and lockdown in the valley continued. Papers will not hit newsstands on Wednesday either. Dozens of working Journalists and editors staged protest in Srinagar against what they called an information blockade.
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