Kashmir Group Calls India’s Internet Ban ‘Digital Apartheid’

A prominent rights group in Indian-administered Kashmir on Tuesday described a communications blackout imposed by India following its scrapping of the disputed region’s semi-autonomy last year “collective punishment” and urged the international community to question New Delhi over what it called “digital apartheid.”

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‘Howdy, Modi’: Trump to Join Indian Prime Minister at Houston Rally

The U.S. denied Narendra Modi a visa for years over concerns he was complicit in Hindu mob killings of Muslims. But on Sunday, amid a crisis in the disputed Kashmir region, India’s prime minister will get a hero’s welcome in Houston from 50,000 Indian-Americans and President Donald Trump.

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