SRINAGAR (AFP) - Schools, shops and offices reopened in Indian-held Kashmir on Saturday after being shut by weeks of anti-India protests but more closures loomed in the region. The reopening came after calls by Kashmiri leaders to resume 'normal life for a day that sent shoppers flooding into the streets to stockpile supplies ahead of a general strike set for Sunday (today) and more protests in coming days. The rush of shoppers created traffic jams in Srinagar. Thanks be to Allah - my two daughters went to school today, said bank employee Shaheen Ameen who appealed for excluding educational institutions from strike calls.