Three people are killed in Srinagar, Kashmir after police shoot at people protesting at the fatal shooting of people by police.
An attack on a military camp leaves 11 Indian soldiers and police dead near Uri. Eight militants and two civilians are killed in that and concurrent attacks in the state capital, Srinagar, and a part of southern Kashmir.
Five Indian paramilitary soldiers are killed and three civilians injured by two militants near a school in Bemina area of Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir, later two militants being killed by CRPF.
Prominent religious leader Maulvi Showkat Ahmed Shah is killed when explosives attached to a bicycle are detonated outside a mosque in Srinagar, Kashmir, thought to be the first attack of its kind in about two years. The capital's shops shut down and traffic is suspended.
Prominent video journalist Merajuddin is hospitalised in Srinagar after being severely beaten with a baton in his neck by Kashmir police. They also beat up his son and colleague in the latest police attack on the media there.
Protesters try to enter the United Nations compound in Colombo, Sri Lanka, calling for the United Nations to abandon an inquiry into alleged human rights abuses in the final stages of the civil war between the government and Tamil rebels that ended last year. Staff are unable to leave until being assisted by Sri Lankan police.
A curfew is imposed in Srinagar, Kashmir, after protests over the death of a 15-year-old boy during a demonstration. [http:--www.google.com-hostednews-afp-article-ALeqM5j3XfauzJeh2KV8ty3vr2jiIOZIzQ (AFP)] [http:--news.bbc.co.uk-1-hi-world-south_asia-8497438.stm (BBC)] [http:--www.kashmirwatch.com-showexclusives.php?subaction=showfull&id=1265308923&archive=&start_from=&ucat=15&var1news=value1news (KashmirWatch.com)]date=August 2019