Srinagar, India (dpa) - A highway
connecting Kashmir to the rest of India re-opened Wednesday after two weeks
of heavy snowfall and avalanches in which close to 300 people died.
"We have opened the highway for
one-way traffic from (winter capital) Jammu to (summer capital) Srinagar.
More than 1,400 stranded vehicles, including 400 trucks carrying petrol,
diesel, cooking gas and kerosene have reached Srinagar," said Nayeem
Akhter, special secretary to the state's chief minister.
Srinagar residents, forced to live without