After three days, 2G Internet services restored in Kupwara

Youth accessing internet on their phones in Srinagar
Youth accessing internet on their phones in Srinagar (Courtesy: Shuaib Masoodi/Indian Express)

SRINAGAR — Low-speed Internet services have been restored in frontier north Kashmir’s Kupwara district after remaining suspended for three days in the fallout of a major face-off between the armies of India and Pakistan along the Line of Control on Friday last.

Reports reaching here said that the 2G Internet services were restored around 2 PM today in the district after authorities had temporarily suspended the services on Friday.

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It is pertinent to mention here that five Army personnel besides four civilians were killed even as 17 others sustained injuries in a major face-off between India and Pakistan armies along multiple sectors falling on Line of Control on Friday.

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