SRINAGAR (AFP) - Seven Indian policemen were injured in two separate attacks by suspected freedom fighters in revolt-hit Kashmir, police said Tuesday. Six policemen were hurt when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb planted by freedom fighters on a bridge in southern Pulwama district late Monday, a police spokesman said. The powerful explosion also damaged a police jeep and part of the bridge, the spokesman said, adding that earlier a policeman was injured in a gun attack by fighters on a foot patrol in the same district. The freedom struggle erupted in 1989 against Indian rule of the Muslim-majority region and has claimed more than 47,000 lives, according to an official count.