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India, Pakistan Vow to Keep Kashmir Truce

India and Pakistan agreed Monday to extend a two-year-old cease-fire in disputed Kashmir, but did not discuss the question of reducing their military presence there, an Indian official said. Delegates at the talks also agreed not to develop new guard posts or defense installments along the cease-fire line dividing the Himalayan territory claimed by both nations, said Navtej Sarna, a spokesman for India’s External Affairs Ministry. Full Story

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