A wounded Kashmiri boy displays his damaged eye as he lies on a hospital bed in Srinagar. The boy was hit by pellets fired by Indian security forces during a protest.
Five year-old Zohra Zahoor has pellet wounds in her legs, forehead and abdomen. According to her aunt, Naseema Jan, pellets were fired from a police vehicle at members of the family when they stood outside their home on Wednesday.
Hospitals in Kashmir are overwhelmed, with hundreds of wounded patients pouring in every day.
The Kashmir Valley is reeling from days of clashes between anti-India protesters and government troops.
The protests have been raging since the last one week, ever since Hizbul Mujahideen chief Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter on 8 July.
Over 37 lives have been lost, while strict curfew has been in place for six days. Thousands of local Kashmiri youth, however, are defying orders to continue the fight.
The Hizbul Mujahideen has since appointed 21-year-old Mehmood Ghaznavi as its new leader, who is expected to continue the militant organisation's Jihad forward.