On Wednesday, posters warning shopkeepers against opening their shutters as well as public transport operators appeared at several places in the city and elsewhere in the Valley, officials said.
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However, a large number of private vehicles and some private taxis including auto-rickshaws could be seen plying in many parts of the city while some roadside vendors also plied their trade.
The children, sans the uniform, in Budgam district, carry their school bags and walk to a house where their teachers wait to impart lessons that need to be covered before the final exams.
Official sources said majority of the newly-approved projects in the Valley are pending for want of bidders, as the e-tendering of projects has been severely affected.
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 Juvenile Justice Committee of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court in its report filed in the apex court, said the remaining two were sent to juvenile homes.
Mobile services remained suspended in Kashmir except in Handwara and Kupwara areas in the north, while Internet services -- across all platforms, continued to be snapped in the valley.
The officials said the decision on restoring the services would be taken at an appropriate time after assessing the situation.
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 BSNL official said the telecom company is mulling to offer fee-waiver to post-paid subscribers in the Kashmir Valley for the time the services remain suspended.
Restrictions under Section 144 CrPc were imposed on Friday morning in various parts of the Valley, officials said.
Trump met separately this week with both Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who are both due to address the UN General Assembly on Friday.
Fresh restrictions were imposed in many parts of the Valley on Friday in view of apprehensions that vested interests might exploit the large Friday prayer gatherings at big mosques and shrines.
Normal life continued to remain affected across the valley for the 47th consecutive day with markets closed and public transport off the roads, the officials said.