Nine people were admitted to hospital with one still in a critical condition
One person died and at least 14 were injured on Monday in a grenade attack in Indian-administered Kashmir's main city of Srinagar, two Indian officials told Reuters.
Nine people were admitted to hospital, with one still in a critical condition, after the blast on Hari Singh High Street in the center of the city, said the officials, who declined to be named.
The Muslim-majority Kashmir valley claimed by both India and Pakistan has been in turmoil since New Delhi announced it would strip the territory of its long-held autonomy and special status on Aug. 5.
India shut down the internet and arrested thousands in a historic crackdown it said was aimed at preventing unrest, while militant groups fighting its rule have attacked migrant workers from elsewhere in the country.