FILE - In this Jan. 15, 2013 file photo, Indian paramilitary soldiers patrol during a curfew imposed after protests against the execution of Kashmiri Mohammad Afzal Guru in Srinagar, I

 

              FILE - In this  Jan. 15, 2013 file photo, Indian paramilitary soldiers patrol during a curfew imposed after protests against the execution of Kashmiri Mohammad Afzal Guru in Srinagar, I
FILE - In this Jan. 15, 2013 file photo, Indian paramilitary soldiers patrol during a curfew imposed after protests against the execution of Kashmiri Mohammad Afzal Guru in Srinagar, India. India has hanged two men in the past three months, its first executions in eight years. In a departure from past practice, both were done in secrecy. Rights activists worry the government has set a precedent that could impact the nearly 500 people on death row in India, including four men whose mercy pleas - their last hope of life - were rejected by India's president last week. (AP Photo/ Mukhtar Khan, File)