India, Pakistan PMs to reduce Kashmir incidents: India

NEW YORK CITY (AFP) - The prime ministers of India and Pakistan agreed in talks on Sunday to reduce violence over their disputed border in Kashmir, an Indian official said.

"Both agreed that the precondition for forward movement in the relationship, which they both desire, is really an improvement of the situation on the LoC," Indian national security adviser Shivshankar Menon told reporters, referring to the Line of Control in the Himalayan territory.