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In this picture taken on 9 August, 2019 a security personnel stands guard on a street in Srinagar as widespread restrictions on movement and a telecommunications blackout remained in place after the Indian government stripped Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomy. Photo: AFPBig queues formed in Indian-administered Kashmir’s main city on Saturday outside cash machines and food stores as authorities eased a crippling curfew to let the Himalayan region prepare for a major Muslim festival, residents said.But huge numbers of troops remained on the streets a day after security forces used tear gas to break up a demonstration by about 8,000 people against the government’s move to revoke Kashmir’s autonomy, they added.The Eid al-Adha festival on Monday looms as the next big test for the week-old Indian lockdown in the Muslim-majority region, where the government has ended decades-old rights to property and jobs for local Kashmiris.Internet and phone lines have been cut and curfew restrictions have been imposed to prevent unrest over the constitutional move which prime minister Narendra Modi said was needed to bring peace and prosperity to the troubled region.More cars and pedestrians were on the streets Saturday.A woman stands next to a broken window of her house that was allegedly damaged by Indian security personnel after clashes between protesters and security forces during restrictions after the scrapping of the special constitutional status for Kashmir by the government in Srinagar, 10 August, 2019. Photo: Reuters”We can do more but it is still tough, everyone is closely watched,” said one resident. “Our lives are still dominated by razor wire and checkpoints.””Bank machines are running out of cash so there are queues at every machine where notes may be available. People also need food for Eid,” added a second resident.Trains halted Modi said in a nationwide speech this week that Kashmir people would have “no problem” for the festival.But media reports said authorities would only decide Sunday whether restrictions would be eased for what is one of the most important Muslim festivals of the year.After weekly prayers on Friday, about 8,000 people gathered for a protest on the edge of Srinagar that was broken up by security forces with tear gas and shotgun pellets, residents said.”About 12 people were hurt, but none seriously,” said one witness.The home ministry denied any protest took place.In this picture taken on 9 August, 2019 security personnel stand guard on a street in downtown Srinagar as widespread restrictions on movement and a telecommunications blackout remained in place after the Indian government stripped Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomy. / AFPKashmir has been split between India and Pakistan since their independence in 1947. Both have fought two wars over the former kingdom. An insurgency against New Delhi’s rule in Indian-administered Kashmir has claimed tens of thousands of lives in the past three decades.Islamabad has been infuriated by New Delhi’s moves and has expelled the Indian ambassador and halted the little bilateral trade between the arch-rivals.Pakistani ministers have also halted cross-border transport services and the last trains and buses crossed the frontier on Saturday.The last Friendship bus left New Delhi early Saturday carrying just two passengers for the trip to the Pakistani city of Lahore.The service had been running since 1999 except for a two-year suspension after a militant attack on the Indian parliament in 2001 carried out by two Pakistan-based groups.In this photo taken late on 9 August, 2019, police personnel check luggages of travelers of the Thar express at Bhagat ki Kothi railway station in Jodhpur. The last Thar Express train left the Rajasthan city of Jodhpur early 10 August but had to wait more than 12 hours to get clearance to cross the border, officials said. Photo: AFPA Pakistan Tourism Department official in Lahore told AFP: “Today was the last day for the Friendship bus service. The bus service is suspended until further notice, we are making refunds to all passengers.”The last Thar Express train also left the Rajasthan city of Jodhpur early Saturday but had to wait more than 12 hours to get clearance to cross the border, officials said.The train has run every Friday night since 2006 from Jodhpur to Karachi. It is one of two rail services to cross the frontier between the rival states. The Samjhauta Express was halted on Thursday by Pakistan’s railways minister Sheikh Rasheed.”As long as I am railway minister, the Samjhauta Express and the Thar Express will not operate,” he vowed to reporters on Saturday.
Kolkata: The body of a man, aged around 50-55 years, was found hanging from the staircase at a residential building in Regent Park on Monday morning. A few residents of the building saw the body and informed police.According to sources, on Monday around 8:40 am a resident of the building found the body hanging. Immediately he informed others. After bringing the body down, police searched the garments of the deceased but found nothing that can reveal his identity. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseSources informed, sleuths found multiple injury marks on the body. But, it is not confirmed yet whether those injury marks are connected with the death of the man. Question arose how the person went inside the building and hanged himself and no one noticed. After a few hours the body found, the homicide section of Detective Department went to the spot and investigated the matter. Sleuths are waiting for autopsy report to confirm the cause of death. It is suspected that the person came there with an intention of theft. An Unnatural Death case has been registered at the Regent Park police station.