Srinagar, Republic of India
A DOCTOR ATTENDS TO AN INJURED HUNGARIAN TOURIST AT A HOSPITAL IN SRINAGAR.
A doctor attends to an injured Hungarian tourist Rita at a hospital in Srinagar, summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir state on August 12, 2000. Three women including two Hungarian tourists were wounded when unidentified militants lobbed a grenade near Kashmir's holiest shrine Hazratbal in the city. The Hungarians, 50-year-old Maria Anna Bokoing and her daughter Rita, and a local Kashmiri woman injured by the grenade.