As clashes in Kashmir continued for over a week, authorities today suspended cable TV services in the Valley to check spreading of rumours following the encounter of Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani by security forces on July 8. The mobile internet services remained suspended in large party of the state as curfew continued across the Valley for eight day today. Clashes were reported at many places yesterday. Two people, one from Kupwara and other from Kulgam, reportedly died yesterday due the injuries they suffered during clashes with police. Meanwhile, police today seized copies of Kashmir's largest circulated newspaper, 'Greater Kashmir' following midnight raids. "Our office was raided by police, three of our employees were also arrested and 500,000 copies were seized," said the statement from 'Greater Kashmir'.
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