Facebook has censored tons of user accounts and posts after the departure of a high profile Kashmiri separatist militant, who was killed by the Indian military before this month.
A senior person in the Hizbul Mujahideen rebel group, Burhan Wani was killed by the Indian military on 8 July. About 30 people perished in the violent demonstrations that propagate in the wake of the killing, and the Indian government has introduced an indefinite curfew.
Landlines, mobile phone coverage and internet services were controlled in its chief city of Srinagar, except through the area, and authorities raided newspaper offices, confiscating thousands of copies that were printed.
Authorities revoked a three-day publication ban on papers but until the authorities apologised editors will not restart printing.
Kashmiris say that censorship on Facebook has exacerbated the info blackout.