In Indian Kashmir, a series of grenade attacks at a popular tourist spot killed eight people, most of them tourists, and injured at least 24 others.
Authorities say suspected Islamist insurgents hurled a grenade at a tourist bus on Tuesday near Dal Lake, in the summer capital, Srinagar, killing at least six Indian tourists, many from West Bengal state.
Attackers also hurled grenades at a crowded market and at two vehicles in the commercial center, Lal Chowk of the city.
This was the sixth time since April that suspected Muslim militants have attacked tourists in the scenic Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Gautam Gupta has more on the story.