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Military convoys moving towards Leh after India-China face-off in Ladakh

Shops and other select businesses opened in Jammu and Kashmir' Srinagar on Saturday after remaining shut for more than twelve weeks amid COVID-19 threat. The authorities had announced a virtual lockdown in the Valley and Jammu areas on March 20 to stem the spread of the virus, which has, so, far claimed 54 lives and affected more than 4,300 people in the Union Territory. The district administration has now allowed opening of shops and other businesses in Srinagar on rotational basis from Saturday. Similar orders have been issued by the DCs of other districts of the Valley. Pic: Habib Naqash/GK

Markets reopen in Srinagar as Covid-19 restrictions relaxed

A group of children swimming in Dal lake in Srinagar on Monday. Aman Farooq/GK

Splash, swim, dive

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Increased traffic movement in Srinagar despite admin announcing extension in restrictions

Planting Paddy Saplings

Authorities on Sunday tightened restrictions in Srinagar city to prevent the transmission of Coronavirus. Habib Naqash/GK

Restrictions tightened in Srinagar to prevent Coronavirus transmission

Subdued Jumat ul Vida in Kashmir

Rains lashed the Kashmir valley, including summer capital Srinagar, on Thursday., even as the weatherman predicted wet weather for next several days. Aman Farooq/GK

Rains lash Kashmir

Family members and relatives of Mehraj ud Din Peer wail as his body (not in picture) reaches his home in Makhama village of Budgam district on Wednesday, 13 May 2020. Peer was killed in CRPF firing near Narbal today morning. Mubashir Khan/GK

Makhama Youth Killed in CRPF Firing

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Lockdown in Srinagar

No Prayers At Baba Reshi (RA) Mosque Due to Lockdown

All the major shrines across Kashmir, including Khankah, remain closed in view of Covid-19 lockdown. Habib Naqash/GK

No congregational Friday prayers at historic Jamia Masjid due to Coronavirus pandemic