India Summonds Pakistan Envoy After Soldiers Killed Near Kashmir's Line Of Control

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Indian Army officers pay their respects at the coffin of soldier Lans... News PhotoArmy Soldier,Coffin,Conflict,Horizontal,Hospital,India,Indian Military,Jammu Region,Jammu and Kashmir,Kilometer,Physical Injury,Respect,War,WinterPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPIndian Army officers pay their respects at the coffin of soldier Lans Naik Sudhakar Singh at Rajouri, some 148 kms from state winter capital Jammu on January 9, 2013 where a post-mortem will be conducted at the army hospital to confirm the extent of injuries. India summoned Pakistan's envoy in New Delhi Wednesday to protest the killing of two soldiers in a border clash, but warned against any escalation, after apparent tit-for-tat skirmishes that have led to deaths on both sides. Two Indian soldiers died after a firefight erupted in disputed Kashmir on Tuesday as a patrol moving in fog discovered Pakistani troops about 500 metres (yards) inside Indian territory, according to the Indian army. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)