Kashmir limps back to normalcy after three days of protests over killing of seven civilians by security forces

Kashmir limped back to normalcy on Tuesday, except for the southern districts, after three days of strike and protests over the killing of seven civilians in clashes that followed an encounter in Pulwama.

Life has returned to normal in most parts of Kashmir, including in the central and the northern districts, officials said. They added that shops, offices, fuel stations and other business establishments opened on Tuesday morning and normal traffic was witnessed on the roads here in the summer capital of the state.

The officials said many areas in four districts of south Kashmir, however, witnessed a shutdown. Read More

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