efe-epaSrinagar, India

India-administered Kashmir completed 100 days of continuous internet suspension and shutdown on Tuesday after the government on Aug.5 imposed a strict curfew and snapped communication networks before stripping the disputed Himalayan region if its semi-autonomy.

Some of the restrictions were eased like allowing people to move and restoring landline and post-paid cellphone connections weeks after withdrawing the region’s special constitutional status and dividing it into two federally-ruled territories.