NEW DELHI (APP) - An Indian court on Thursday sentenced three Kashmiris to death after finding them guilty of planting bombs in a New Delhi market that killed 13 people in 1996. Six members of a group, operating in IHK were found guilty by the court earlier this month. "Three convicts are being awarded the death penalty, which is subject to confirmation from the High Court," judge SP Garg said saying by the Press Trust of India news agency. The other three militants was given jail terms for lesser offences. Several bombs exploded in the packed Lajpat Nagar shopping area of south Delhi in May 1996, killing 13 people and injuring scores others. Indian-administered Kashmir has been in the throes of a struggle for independence since 1989.