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Indian kite maker, Jagmohan Kanojia burns a kite in the colours of the Pakistani national flag as he protests against the Pakistani government about the killing of Indian soldiers Lance Naik Hemraj and Sudhakar Singh in Amritsar on January 10, 2013. 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/NARINDER NANU (Photo credit should read NARINDER NANU/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian kite maker, Jagmohan Kanojia burns a kite in the colours of the Pakistani national flag as he protests against the Pakistani government about the killing of Indian soldiers Lance Naik Hemraj and Sudhakar Singh in Amritsar on January 10, 2013. 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/NARINDER NANU (Photo credit should read NARINDER NANU/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 10, 2013
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