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Both sides agreed to explore possibilities of cooperation and of improving bilateral relations.
On the ground, there is no commonly-agreed rule among the Indian and Pakistani armies and the BSF and Pakistan Rangers for counting ceasefire violations.
Shelling from both sides has been going on since 21 February, and residents now in relief camps have had enough.
A column written by Admiral Arun Prakash for ThePrint sparked a debate with Pakistani Air Commodore M. Kaiser Tufail. Here's the exchange between the two.
With two-front tensions likely, pressure will be on the army’s most abundant resource, its soldiers.
If I evaluate the India-Pakistan situation, at this stage, it looks difficult that we’ll see much progress between now and 2019.
India-Pakistan hasn’t had a negotiation in good faith. Pakistan’s objectives in Kashmir and the wider Indian context remain unaltered.