The pro-independence protests in the Muslim-majority state are threatening India-Pakistan peace talks.
Pakistani forces allegedly shelled an Indian military post Wednesday, prompting renewed emphasis on peace talks.
Muslim separatists celebrated the revocation of a controversial land-transfer decision, using the occasion to agitate for independence from India.
Muslims in Indian-administered Kashmir charged that the transfer was an attempt to tip the Hindu-Muslim ratio of the area in favor of Hindus. The protests have widened to support for independence.
Despite sporadic attacks, such as a bombing Wednesday, violence has dropped in the disputed region.