It could be the storyline of a Bollywood film: Militants trained in Pakistan cross over to Indiaâ€™s side of Kashmir, inflict many casualties and bring the two nuclear-armed nations to the brink of war.
Except that this is no fantasy. It is realÂ and depressingly familiar. Itâ€™s also a sign that India and Pakistan should be considering ways to promote a return to the relative peace that descended on Kashmir for much of the 2000s.
SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - Militants opened fire on an Indian army camp in north Kashmir on Sunday night, the army said, two weeks after a similar attack killed 19 soldiers and ratcheted up tensions between India and Pakistan.
Ever since they entered into a cease-fire agreement in the disputed Kashmir, relations between Pakistan and India never seemed to be unraveling. Over the past month and a half, however, the South Asian giants are on the brink of red...
WASHINGTON â€” India and Pakistan sparred over Kashmir, a contested territory, yet again. Some fear it could lead a nuclear war. Reuters reported that India accused its rival Pakistan of helping insurgents cross into Kashmir to fight ...
Villagers and military officials on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control rejected Indiaâ€™s claims that it had destroyed militant bases in this disputed region.