When several young Muslims taking part in a religious procession were blinded by lead pellets fired by security forces in Kashmir in late August India's national newspapers and the international media caught the horror with pictures of teenagers with ruptured eyeballs and mutilated eye sockets.
In Kashmir, however, readers were hard-pressed to find even a mention of the event in the next day's regional press.
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