SRINAGAR (Reuters) - Thousands of people protested in Occupied Kashmir on Saturday against the killing of a student by Indian soldiers, raising fear of a revival of anti-Indian unrest in which more than 100 people were killed last year. The army said it killed the 22-year-old student, Manzoor Magray, when he walked into an ambush laid by soldiers for Mujahideen and tried to run away when challenged. Relatives of Magray said the young man had been killed in 'cold blood and about 2,500 people marched in a procession with his body borne aloft, blocking roads in Handwara town, in Kupwara district, witnesses and a Reuters photographer said.