India, Pakistan exchange more gunfire, ceasefire under strain
JAMMU (REUTERS) - India and Pakistan exchanged more gunfire across the disputed border in Kashmir on Sunday, Indian border guards said, as a 10-year ceasefire frays over accusations of killings of soldiers deployed on the frontline.
One Indian border guard was wounded after Pakistan Rangers opened fire on a post in Kanachak, some 40 km south-west of Jammu, the winter capital of India's Jammu and Kashmir state, the Border Security Force said.
"It was an unprovoked firing on an International Border post from the other side. However, we responded with utmost restraint," a spokesman of the Border Security Force said.
There was no immediate comment from Islamabad.