A civilian was killed in a grenade attack in Srinagar, Kashmir on Saturday, while six other people, including a CRPF jawan, were injured.
The grenade blast occurred in Srinagar's Anantnag district where clashes have broken out between youths and the police in recent days.
Militants reportedly targeted a bus stand in Anantnag with grenades, about 60km from Srinagar.
The person who was killed in the blast was an ice-cream vendor, according to reports.
The attack came just a day after terrorists targeted the offices of Aircel and Vodafone in Srinagar with grenades.
A third grenade attack was reported at a BSNL tower in Srinagar on Friday, in which one person was injured.
Srinagar witnessed a shutdown on Saturday after traders called for a strike to protest the burning of Isis flags in Rajouri.
In recent weeks, Isis flags have been seen in various parts of the Kashmir Valley, raising security concerns in the state.