By Sheikh Mushtaq and Zeeshan Haider
SRINAGAR, India/ISLAMABAD, Pakistan,
Aug 31 (Reuters) - An orange flash and thunderous boom send a group
of Kashmiris diving for cover while Indian soldiers leap to firing positions.
It is a normal day in Srinagar, the main
city in the Muslim dominated Kashmir Valley where an insurgency against
Indian rule has raged for 16 years.
This time, no-one was hurt in the blast.
It made a change -- in the first seven months of this year more than 1,000
people, including 335 civilians, have been killed in the insurgency.