Kashmiri women watch the funeral procession of Adil Reshi, a suspected rebel in Hussainpora. Thousands participated in the funerals of three suspected rebels who were killed in an overnight gun-battle with Indian security forces on Monday. Photo Dar Yasin/AP
Kashmiri Muslims react upon seeing a relic believed to be a hair from the beard of Prophet Mohammed, being displayed on the Friday following the festival of Eid-e-Milad-ul-Nabi, the birthday anniversary of the prophet, at the Hazratbal shrine in Srinagar. Photo Danish Ismail/Reuters
Indian Kashmiris walk next to maple trees in autumn in Srinagar. Trees are changing colours while the days become shorter as winter approaches in the Kashmiri summer capital of Srinagar. Picture AFP
A Kashmiri fisherman on Dal Lake in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir. The temperature in the Kashmir valley has risen and people are out enjoying the warmer weather
A Kashmiri government health department employee takes part in an anti-government protest in Srinagar. Government employees were detained as they tried to take part in a protest calling for the regularisation of contractual employment status
Kashmiri Muslims raise their hands as they look towards a relic, believed to be a hair from the beard of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, being displayed by a priest at the Hazratbal shrine on the Friday following Eid-e- Milad, marking the birth anniversary of the Prophet, in Srinagar, India.
Kashmiri Muslims pray as a head priest, unseen, displays a relic believed to be the hair from the beard of Prophet Mohammed, at the Hazratbal Shrine on the outskirts of Srinagar, India. Thousands of devotees thronged the shrine during Mehraj-u-Alam celebrations that mark the ascension of Mohammed to heaven
Kashmiri women row a boat filled with weeds after cleaning the Dal Lake on Earth Day, on the outskirts of Srinagar, India, Tuesday. The weed-clogged Dal Lake is central to Kashmir‘s tourist trade and efforts are being made to rescue the lake. In the past two decades the lake has shrunk by more than half, according to environmental study reports
Kashmiri men fish from the weed-covered Dal Lake in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, on Tuesday.