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


Indian army personnel carry the coffin of soldier Lance Naik Sudhakar... News PhotoArmy,Army Soldier,Carrying,Coffin,Conflict,Horizontal,Hospital,India,Jammu Region,Jammu and Kashmir,Kilometer,Occupation,Physical Injury,War,WinterPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPIndian army personnel carry the coffin of soldier Lance 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)