SRINAGAR (AFP) A curfew and a strike in Indian-occupied Kashmir kept most children home on Tuesday, just days after the authorities ordered the reopening of schools. The region has been hit by protests since June 11, when a 17-year old student was killed by a police teargas shell. Since then security forces have been accused of killing a total of 107 people, mostly teenagers and students. The IHK government Sunday ordered education institutions to re-open, despite a continuing curfew and a two-day strike called by hardline Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani, who is spearheading the protests. He had asked parents not to send their children to schools on strike days. Schools, colleges and businesses have opened intermittently as the region continues to be under rolling curfews and crippling strikes.