A march in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir turned violent on Wednesday, as demonstrators clashed with police in the streets of Srinagar.
The march was to commemorate the killing of 50 people by Indian paramilitary forces in 1990, but quickly turned into a protest condemning the French magazine Charlie Hebdo for their controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
Protesters threw stones at police and attacked government institutions, while police responded with tear gas.
Protesters shouted a mix of slogans against both the Indian government and Charlie Hebdo.
Anti-India sentiment runs deep in Kashmir where rebel groups have been fighting against Indian rule since 1989.
More than 68,000 people have been killed since 1989 in the rebel uprising and a subsequent Indian military crackdown that has suppressed most rebel activity.