Kashmir border clashes threaten Indo-Pakistan peace talks
Efforts to rekindle lines of communication between India and Pakistan could be in jeopardy following a series of clashes on the disputed Line of Control which divides Pakistan-held and Indian-held Kashmir. A meeting between the two prime ministers had been mooted to take place in late September 2013, with leaders hoping for an improvement in trade between the two countries and a reduction of the threat from terrorist groups. But factions within each country could use the clashes as reasons to call a halt to any dialogue.
<i>Indo-Pakistani tensions are rising after a series of clashes in August 2013 which killed several Indian and Pakistani troops along the Line of Control di...
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