• REMEMBERING THE MAYHEM: Local Sikhs at Chittisinghpora look at the pictures of fellows who were massacred on March 20, 2000 by unidentified armed men. Photo/Muneeb ul Islam
  • SHUT: No Friday prayers were allowed today at Jamia Masjid, Srinagar. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Smoke billows from the house, not seen in the picture, where the militants were holed up in this Tral village. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Gulmarg continues to remain abuzz with locals as well as tourists enjoying scintillating views of the snow clad mountains, even in hot air balloons Photo: Farhat Naik
  • As the winter readies to bid adieu, a mother, in Srinagar’s old town, seems attempting to introduce her child to the traditional Kashmiri way of drying the vegetables. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • On a partially sunny Monday, sun sets over the Dal Lake as a Shikara pulls on the waters of the famed lake. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Groups of youth pelt stones on security forces on Friday in downtown areas. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Though the situation in entire Valley remained normal, some stone pelting incidents were reported in the old town of Srinagar on Thursday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Skiers in Gulmarg enjoying a chair-lift ride on Tuesday. PHOTO/Nissar Malik
  • The stranded passengers foot the distance as Srinagar-Jammu Highway remains closed on fourth consecutive day, Monday. Photo/Muneeb-ul-Islam
  • Snow or no snow the toil continues … Floating vegetable market, despite the fresh snowfall, is on job and that is what this picture, clicked by Javed Khan of Kashmir Images suggests.
  • With everything covered in snow, mother monkey has found some dry branches, near Tangmarg, to hug her child some warmth. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Efforts on to clear Srinagar-Jammu Highway near Jawahar Tunnel. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Praise the creativity of this Tangmarg shopkeeper – when he could have chiseled out a valley to make room for the customers to enter his shop, he chose to dug out a tunnel-like passage from the snow accumulated at his shop-front. Photo/Zahoor Lone
  • SNOW: A scene from a Tangmarg village captured by Farhat Naik of Kashmir Images.
  • DRESS REHARSAL: Kashmiri students performing at Bakshi Stadium on Tuesday as a prelude to R-Day function that is to be held here on Jan 26. Photo/Javed Khan
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  • A Kashmiri artist working on snow to make some sculptures at Gulmarg on Saturday. Photo/Nissar Malik
  • A paramilitary trooper using a slingshot to target protestors during clashes with stone-pelting youth in Srinagar downtown Friday afternoon. Pic/Javed Khan
  • With biting cold continuing, the icicles of different shapes and sizes hanging from rooftops are an attractive sight for news photographers to depict the current weather. Pic/Javed Khan
  • Snow or no snow, the toil goes on. Photo/Javed Khan
  • As weather in Kashmir improves a bit, Kashmir Images photographer, Javed Khan, clicks Dal Lake with a sole Shikara and in the backdrop of snow-clad Zabarwan Hills.
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  • Syed Zakir Bukhari of Kashmir Images clicks a mighty Chinar, dressed in snow, near Tangmarg, the gateway to famed ski-resort Gulmarg in north Kashmir.
  • With whatever little snow in Gulmarg, the skiers, waiting for the day, didn’t miss a moment and jumped into try their skiing skills. Photo: Luke Smithwick
  • The tourists enjoy a walk as Gulmarg witnessed a fresh snowfall on Tuesday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • ALL FOR A LIVING: Even in this biting cold, the fishermen are out to hunt for fish as the sun sets over famed Wular Lake. Photo/Nissar Ahmad Malik
  • Thanks to the biting cold in valley, even the broken and ramshackle pipes of otherwise unpleasing Public Health Engineering department create pleasing art-pieces in icicles as this picture taken near Tangmarg shows. PHOTO/Zakir Bukhari
  • A man holds a slab of ice as water bodies in Srinagar freeze due to sub-zero temperatures as the dry spell continues. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Following the attack, contingents of army, police and paramilitary CRPF conducted searches in Kadlabal Pampore and adjoining areas. Pic/Javed Khan
  • The armed forces look into the debris of the house from where bodies of the two militants were recovered following the encounter. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • As the dry spell continues in Kashmir, on a hazy Wednesday, a meek sun tries to peep out to have a look at foggy Dal Lake. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani today took a heritage walk and visited the Golden Temple soon after arriving in this holy town to attend the Heart of Asia conference.Photo/RASHMI TALWAR
  • When he should have been in school, a young boy is seen ‘killing time’ taking his pet sheep for a walk along the banks of foggy Dal Lake. This picture is taken around noon-time Wednesday. Pic/Javed Khan
  • CLASHES IN SOURA: PHOTO/JAVED KHAN
  • Holding a water hose, local villagers help firemen in dousing the fire at Government Higher Secondary School building at Kabamarg in Anantnag, which went up in flames Sunday afternoon. Photo/Muneeb-ul-Islam
  • Paramilitary personnel standing guard at a barricade near Islamia College in Hawal in Srinagar downtown Thursday while imposing restrictions on the movement of people towards Nowhatta. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Heavy rush of people thronging street vendors all the way from Hari Singh High Street to Poloview (Residency Road) accord some normality to Srinagar markets otherwise deserted because of continued shutdown. Photo Javid Khan
  • Protestors aim rocks on security forces (not seen in the picture) in Barzulla area of Srinagar after Friday prayers. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • A young girl attending Ashura procession at Shoor, Devsar Kulgam on the 10th day of Muharram. Photo/Muneeb ul Islam
  • Despite restrictions and shutdown calls, massive Muharam procession was taken out in the Rainawari area of Srinagar on Sunday. PHOTO/Javed Khan.
  • Youths in Anantnag queue up for collecting JIO SIM on Thursday. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • Locals and the relatives carry the body of the Nadihal youth killed in army fire on Friday. PHOTO/Kashmir Images
  • : A woman prays as the head priest (not in picture) displays the Holy Relic for public sighting at the Hazratbal shrine in Srinagar, Wednesday, on the occasion of Martyr Day of Hazrat Usman Ghani, the third Khalifah (Caliph) of Islam. Photo Javed Khan
  • A young boy looks at as a 113-year-old school in Anantnag goes up in flames in a mysterious fire. PHOTO/Muneeb Ul Islam
  • Women wail as the body of Yawar (not seen in the picture) is taken for the funeral in Anantnag district. PHOTO/Muneeb-ul-Islam
  • Lal Chowk and surrounding areas wears a festive look on Thursday evening as shops and traffic resumed after 6 PM. Javed Khan
  • Ding-dong battles continued between stone pelters and armed forces at Batamaloo area of Srinagar on Wednesday. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Lal Chowk comes to life on Tuesday evening as several shopkeepers opened their shops. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Hundreds attended the funeral of Qazigund youth who was killed during clashes in Vessu area on Saturday. PHOTO/Muneeb Ul Islam
  • Forces personnel train bamboos on photojournalists at Batamaloo. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Though the authorities relaxed the curfew restrictions, a police vehicle comes under severe attack by stone pelting mobs in a Srinagar locality on Monday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Streets in Anantnag, like other district headquarters, once again wore deserted looks Sunday and police and paramilitary forces enforced strict curfew. Pic/Muneeb-ul-Islam
  • Kashmir Images photographer, Javed Khan, captures a deserted Regal Chowk in Srinagar on Thursday evening.
  • Thousands Attend protest rally at Hardaturu Achabal Anantnag, Tuesday Pic /Muneeb ul islam
  • Injured in forces action in Fathegarh Baramulla Photo /Baramulla Bureau
  • One among the youth beaten in Khrew area of Pampore. Photo: Javed Khan
  • Women protest against the civilian killings in Dalgate area of Srinagar on Wednesday. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Lal Chowk breathes life on Thursday evening as shopkeepers opened their shops in response to the call given by separatist leaders. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • People took out a boat rally on the waters of Jehlum from Uranhall to Pazalpora, Bijbehara in south Kashmir on Wednesday in response to call for such rallies given by separatist leadership. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • Government forces stop some motor cyclists in a Srinagar area during curfew. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Taking the little one on a little drive- slicing a moment amidst curfews and restrictions to breathe the outdoor air! —Photo: Javed Khan
  • For the first time in past six years, Friday prayers were not held at the revered Dargah Hazratbal shrine as authorities imposed strict restrictions on all routes leading to the shrine.Photo /Javed Khan
  • Doctors, paramedic staff and junior level employees in SMHS hospital today staged peaceful protests against what they termed genocide of Kashmiri people at the hands of Indian armed forces.
  • Hundreds took to streets to protest the killing of Chattabal youth. PHOTO/Javed Khan
  • Unidentified persons attacked Education Minister residence with ‘petrol bombs’ on Tuesday morning. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Hurriyat-G chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani himself led this show by painting a slogan – “Go India Go Back” on a wall in Hyderpora area. Photo/Javed Khan
  • Paramilitary CRPF men standing guard on a deserted street of Batamaloo, Sunday afternoon. Besides Batamaloo, four other police station areas of Srinagar -- Nowhatta, Khanyar, Safakadal and Maharajgunj remained under curfew. Photo/ Javed Khan
  • : Imitating paramilitary forces who often use the device, a kid plays with a sling-shot in a locality of Srinagar downtown during curfew, Saturday. Pic/Javid Khan
  • People held candle light protest on Thursday evening at Cheeni Chowk in old town Anantnag against the killing of civilians during ongoing unrest in Kashmir valley. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • Protests, clashes rock Srinagar as authorities lift curfew : Photo /Javed Khan
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  • Strict curfew remained imposed in Anantnag town on Sunday. PHOTO/Muneeb ul Islam
  • Too little to understand what curfew means, a kid scooting around on his tricycle in Khanyar locality of Srinagar downtown Friday later afternoon with a paramilitary man watching over. Pic/ Javed Khan