After three days of protests, Kashmir resumes normal life

Srinagar: After three days of protests, normalcy returned in the Kashmir Valley on Wednesday.
The educational institutions, public transport, shops and other businesses began functioning normally after three days of shutdown due to the killing of civilians in the Sunday by-election.
Srinagar city buzzed with life as the movement of traffic and pedestrians began today.
The tension across the valley came down after the Election Commission postponed the Anantnag parliamentary bypoll to May 25.
The by-poll was otherwise scheduled for today.
Eight civilians were killed in the clashes between protesters and government forces on Sunday last.