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Normal life interrupted in Kashmir
10/7/2002 7:21:00 PM

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SRINAGAR, Kashmir -- Life has become even more chaotic for Kashmiris, whose regular routines were suspended Monday.

Shops, businesses, and schools were closed in the capital to protest remarks made by the American evangelical preacher Jerry Falwell, who branded the Prophet Mohammad a terrorist.

In some places, Indian police used force to break up the protests.

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