"Curfew continues in Shopian, Kulgam and Pulwama towns. In other parts of the Valley, there is no curfew," a police spokesperson said.
Meanwhile, life was crippled as shutdown is being observed across the Valley against violence in Shopian. Senior separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has called for a two-day shutdown till Sunday. "This will convey a message to end the forced occupation in Kashmir," he said.
Shops, schools and business establishments remained closed and traffic was affected. Violent clashes have been reported from Gojwara, Safakadal and Rajouri Kadal localities in old quarters of Srinagar.
According to a police spokesperson, an 11-year-old boy Waheed Malik of Hajan in north Kashmir was injured during stone pelting. "He was on his way from Hajan to Bandipora, where he works as a waiter in a restaurant. He was seriously injured in the eye by a stone pelted by miscreants in the main market of Bandipora. He has been referred to hospital," the police statement said.
In another incident at Nasoo Bandipora, a person was injured in a clash between stone pelters and people, who objected to the act of stone pelting. He has been referred to hospital, the police have said.