Two massive avalanches in Indian-occupied Kashmir killed at least 11 soldiers, and at least eight others were feared trapped in a military camp that was partially buried under snow, an official said Thursday. Col. K.S. Grewal said three of the soldiers were killed in the mountainous area of Sonamarg and eight were killed at a large army camp in Dawar, a town close to the heavily militarized cease-fire line that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan. The avalanche struck at 9.15 pm last night but information about the tragedy started trickling in this morning as Gurez Valley is cut off from rest of the country due to heavy snowfall during winter.