SRINAGAR (Reuters/AFP) Indian police fired at hundreds of stone-throwing protesters in Kashmir on Tuesday, killing three civilians including a woman, authorities said. The deaths of at least 14 people, mostly protesters, in the last three weeks have triggered the biggest anti-India demonstrations in two years across Muslim-majority Kashmir valley. Many locals blame security forces for the deaths. The fresh protests broke out when a body of a teenager was fished out from a rivulet on Tuesday, Mohammad Afzal, a police official said. Locals said the teenager had jumped into the water in Srinagar and drowned while being chased by security forces during a demonstration on Monday evening. No further details were available on Tuesdays two deaths, except that the man and the woman died in firings at separate protests in Srinagar. Indian Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram last week accused Pakistan-based group, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), of being behind growing anti-India protests, but many locals believe the protests are mostly spontaneous. The growing troubles could hurt a tentative process that New Delhi and Islamabad have begun to repair relations after the 2008 attacks on Mumbai, which India blames on LeT. In Islamabad, scores of Pakistani Kashmiris staged a protest against the recent killings. I want to assure my brothers in Indian occupied Kashmir that we will continue to support you until we liberate every inch of our motherland from Indian subjugation, Syed Salahuddin, a top commander of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, told protesters. Authorities imposed curfew in Srinagar and closed schools and colleges on Tuesday after pro-freedom Kashmiri leaders appealed to students to hold anti-India protests. But thousands of people shouting we want freedom took to the streets in Srinagar to protest the fresh killings. In downtown Srinagar, the protesters were led by the chief of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. Protests and civil disobedience will continue until India withdraws its security forces from all populated areas, and punish those found guilty, Farooq said. The conflict in Kashmir has killed tens of thousands of people since struggle against New Delhi began in the scenic Himalayan region two decades ago.