For many around the world, the coronavirus lockdown is a novel experience. But for those in the India-administered state of Kashmir, it's just one of a series of lockdowns.
While restored internet access following a seven-month blackout has offered hope for renewal, Kashmir's economy has taken a hard hit. DW spoke with Kashmiris about what comes next as the region goes back online.
The Indian Supreme Court ruled last week that the internet blackout in Kashmir was illegal. Residents are hopeful that the internet will be restored, but remain angry over lost time and income. Gowhar Geelani reports.
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