SRINAGAR (Reuters) - At least 25 people were injured in Kashmirs main city on Wednesday when hundreds of stone-throwing residents, angered over a young protesters death, clashed with Indian troops, police and witnesses said. Police fired scores of teargas shells to disperse protesters who took to streets for a second day on Wednesday in Srinagar, Kashmirs summer capital, to protest the death of a 20-year-old student. The student was hit on the head by a teargas shell fired by police last week during a protest against Indian rule in the occupied territory. He died on Tuesday. A police official, Abdul Qayum, said the injured included eight security force personnel. The clashes continue, he said.