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A Jammu and Kashmir policeman takes pictures of a boy dressed in police uniform at a checkpoint during a strike Sunday in Srinagar, India. Martyr's Day is observed on July 13 in Kashmir traditionally by both separatists and pro-Indian Kashmiris to commemorate the day in 1931 when the region's Hindu king ordered more than 20 Kashmiri Muslims executed in a bid to put down an uprising. Separatist groups called for strikes in memory of the day on Sunday.
A Jammu and Kashmir policeman takes pictures of a boy dressed in police uniform at a checkpoint during a strike Sunday in Srinagar, India. Martyr's Day is observed on July 13 in Kashmir traditionally by both separatists and pro-Indian Kashmiris to commemorate the day in 1931 when the region's Hindu king ordered more than 20 Kashmiri Muslims executed in a bid to put down an uprising. Separatist groups called for strikes in memory of the day on Sunday. Mukhtar Khan/AP Photo

A Jammu and Kashmir policeman takes pictures of a boy dressed in police uniform at a checkpoint during a strike Sunday in Srinagar, India. Martyr's Day is observed on July 13 in Kashmir traditionally by both separatists and pro-Indian Kashmiris to commemorate the day in 1931 when the region's Hindu king ordered more than 20 Kashmiri Muslims executed in a bid to put down an uprising. Separatist groups called for strikes in memory of the day on Sunday.

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