A cross-border bus service between India and Pakistan, suspended along with trade after deadly army clashes earlier this month, resumed Monday in a sign of easing tensions.
Passengers board a bus heading to Pakistan-controlled Kashmir from the Chakan-da-Bagh outpost near Poonch, on January 28, 2013. A cross-border bus service between India and Pakistan -- suspended along with trade after deadly army clashes earlier this month -- has resumed in a sign of easing tensions.
Officials said 64 passengers from Pakistan crossed the de facto border in Kashmir into India while 84 went in the other direction on the bus service from Poonch to Rawalakot.
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