Pakistan Violates Ceasefire Again

  • RS Pura Sector A villager shows bullet marks on the wall of his house after a firing from Pakistan side in Vidhipur village at the India-Pakistan International border RS Pura. | PTI
  • Indian women walk past a residential building with bullet marks allegedly fired from the Pakistan side at the India-Pakistan international border area of Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers (17 miles) south of Jammu. (AP Photo)
  • An Indian woman displays a mortar shell allegedly fired into a residential area from the Pakistan side at the India-Pakistan international border area of Ranbir Singh Pura, about 27 kilometers (17 miles) south of Jammu
  • An Indian woman displays a mortar shell believed to have been fired from the Pakistan side of the India Pakistan border as she sits outside her house damaged in firing at Pindi village, about 48 kilometers (30 miles) south of Jammu. (AP Photo)
  • An Indian paramilitary soldier is seen through the window of a banquet hall that was damaged by a mortar shell believed to have been fired from the Pakistan side of the India Pakistan border at Pindi village, about 48 kilometers (30 miles) south of Jammu. (AP Photo)
  • Indian policemen secure the area outside the Pakistan High Commission as Kashmiri separatist leaders arrive for talks with the Pakistani high commissioner in New Delhi (AP Photo)
  • In a blow to efforts to improve often-hostile ties, India on Monday called off talks with Pakistan over a meeting between its ambassador and Kashmiri separatists. The poster in Urdu reads, “Martyr of the Nation”. (AP Photo)

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