Government forces shot dead one protester and injured more than 120 others in Indian-administered Kashmir on Tuesday, just days after three civilians were killed in similar demonstrations in the restive region.
Army operations were halted on May 16 at the start of the fasting month.
Police in India's Kashmir investigating the killing of a prominent journalist and two of his security guards arrested a suspect on Friday, an official said.
Shujaat Bukhari, a leading journalist and editor of the English-language daily Rising Kashmir, was shot dead in Srinagar on Thursday.
Shujaat Bukhari, editor of the local daily Rising Kashmir, was shot at close range by unidentified motorcycle-riding gunmen.
Pakistan and India have promised to end ceasefire violations in disputed Kashmir, their militaries said, following the highest levels of violence between the rivals in the restive region in 15 years.
At least five students were killed and twelve others were reported missing on Sunday after a bridge collapsed at a tourist site in Pakistani Kashmir, officials said, adding there was little hope of finding survivors.
Hundreds of protestors clashed Tuesday with Indian forces on a third day of deadly troubles in Kashmir as the disputed Himalayan territory reeled from the killing of a tourist drawn into the unrest.
India's Supreme Court on Monday ordered the trial of eight men accused of the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl to be moved to another state after her family and lawyer said they faced death threats.
Indian security services killed five militants in an operation in Kashmir, including Saddam Padder, a Hizbul Mujahideen commander, and Mohammad Rafi Bhat, a Kashmiri professor with alleged ties to militant groups.