Sporadic clashes between protesters and police have marked a seventh and final round of voting in state elections in Indian-administered Kashmir.
At least nine people were hurt when troops baton-charged stone-throwing protesters in Srinagar, police say. Two police were among those injured.
The BBC correspondent in Srinagar says voting was otherwise largely peaceful
Separatists opposed to Indian rule are boycotting the poll saying it serves to legitimise India's presence in Kashmir.
The dispute over Kashmir has been at the heart of tensions between India and Pakistan for decades, and relations between the two countries are currently in crisis following the armed attacks on Mumbai (Bombay) last month which killed more than 170 people.
Voting has been staggered over several weeks to allow the authorities to move thousands of members of the security forces from place to place to maintain law and order.
The biggest city in the Kashmir valley, Srinagar, is under unofficial curfew, with security forces posted at every junction.
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