The media persons have been demanding the restoration of at least BSNL's Broadband services to discharge their professional duties.
Normalcy is, however, gradually returning to Jammu and Kashmir as mobile and landline services have been restored in both the UTs.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the bench that relaxations have been given in the region since August 13 and it was not a complete clampdown as projected by petitioners.
A bench headed by Justice NV Ramana told Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that petitioners challenging the restrictions have argued in detail and he will have to answer all questions.
The intra-district connectivity in Srinagar has been restored as cabs have started plying in several areas of the city, the officials said.
A railway official said the train made only two trips on the Baramulla-Srinagar stretch as authorities have directed Railways to ply trains between 10 am and 3 pm only due to security reasons.
The step has been taken to keep an eye of infiltration of anti-national elements including terrorists into Jammu to trigger terror acts.
The government has been saying that there is no blockade in Kashmir and restrictions exist only in “certain minds”.
The students in other colleges in Srinagar also visited the campuses to collect the material for semester exams, which are now scheduled to be held from next month.
Normal life has remained affected in Kashmir for over two months as main markets continue to be shut and public transport off the roads.
However, main markets across Kashmir were shut and most of the public transport was off the roads as normal life remained affected in the valley for the 63rd consecutive day, authorities said.
The officials said the decision on restoring the services would be taken at an appropriate time after assessing the situation.
Acting on a specific intelligence input, police intercepted the bus at K C Road, near the bus stand, the officials said.
Even though security forces have been deployed across Kashmir in large numbers, the officials said no restrictions, barring suspension of mobile services, were in place anywhere in the Valley.
The Internet facility was also used by students for filling admission forms and making applications for scholarships at national and international institutions, a government spokesperson said.