Indian authorities reimposed restrictions on movement in Indian-held Kashmir on Sunday.
In the past 24 hours protests were held against Indian capital New Delhi’s Aug.5 revocation of the Kashmir region’s special status.
In many parts in Kashmir including Sri Nagar, violent clashes between the Kashmiris and police took place.
Many were injured and at least two dozen people were admitted to hospitals.
Internet and cell phones remain blocked and more than 500 political leaders and activists were sent to prisons.
The Indian troops fired tear smoke and chilli grenades at the protestors to disperse them.
The injured were taken to hospitals with pellet injuries after violent clashes broke out in Srinagar on Saturday night.
One of the security official said, people threw stones at the security forces in around two dozen places across Srinagar.
Following the violent clashes the government imposed a curfew in Rainawari, Nowhetta, Sri Nagar, Gojwara and many other places including Soura, where violent protests occurred.