Kashmir: The Disputed Region Where Life Is On Pause
The region has imposed a curfew on its residents since violence broke out in July.By Melissa Prax | September 18, 2016
No school, limited internet and few open places to shop. That's the reality for millions living in Kashmir — life is at a standstill.
That's because violence in the region has ramped up since July. To date, more than 80 people have died. And it's caused the state — disputed by India and Pakistan — to impose a curfew ever since.
A government curfew is actually pretty common in Kashmir, but one this long is making history.