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Analysts puzzle over sudden spike in Indo-Pakistan border tensions

Two nights of mortars crashing into Indian Kashmir from Pakistan have Indian analysts puzzled over Pakistani intentions and the implications for a tentative peace process between the nuclear-armed nations. India reported firing by Pakistani troops along the disputed borders in Kashmir on Tuesday and Thursday, accusing Islamabad of violating a 2003 ceasefire agreement that paved the way for resumption of talks last year. Tensions soared despite government efforts to play down the shelling, analysts said. Pakistan’s military denied targeting Indian positions with mortars and small arms late Wednesday and Friday. Full Story

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