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indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) member questioning a Kashmiri Muslim woman during a curfew in Srinagar, the summer capiatl of indian kashmir on 27,6. 2012. A major fire gutted a 350-year-old, revered Sufi Muslim shrine in Indian Kashmir June 25,Thousands of Indian forces patrolled tense streets in Kashmir's main city on Wednesday as residents boycotted work for a third straight day to protest the fiery destruction of a 350-year-old Muslim shrine.Shops, businesses and schools remained closed in Srinagar, while public buses and taxis were nowhere to be found. Police asked residents

indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) member questioning a Kashmiri Muslim woman during a curfew in Srinagar, the summer capiatl of indian kashmir  on  27,6. 2012. A major fire gutted a 350-year-old, revered Sufi Muslim shrine in Indian Kashmir June 25,Thousands of Indian forces patrolled tense streets in Kashmir's main city on Wednesday as residents boycotted work for a third straight day to protest the fiery destruction of a 350-year-old Muslim shrine.Shops, businesses and schools remained closed in Srinagar, while public buses and taxis were nowhere to be found. Police asked residents  Stock Photo
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ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo

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2424 x 3320 px | 20.5 x 28.1 cm | 8.1 x 11.1 inches | 300dpi

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27 June 2012

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indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) member questioning a Kashmiri Muslim woman during a curfew in Srinagar, the summer capiatl of indian kashmir on 27,6. 2012. A major fire gutted a 350-year-old, revered Sufi Muslim shrine in Indian Kashmir June 25,Thousands of Indian forces patrolled tense streets in Kashmir's main city on Wednesday as residents boycotted work for a third straight day to protest the fiery destruction of a 350-year-old Muslim shrine.Shops, businesses and schools remained closed in Srinagar, while public buses and taxis were nowhere to be found. Police asked residents to stay indoors in parts of the city, in an effort to prevent anti-India demonstrations that could lead to violence, officer said.It is still unclear what started the fire Monday that destroyed a shrine that held a few relics from Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani, an 11th-century saint known widely as Ghaus-e-Azam who is buried in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad. . Photo/Altaf Zargar/Zuma Press

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