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Kashmiri villager Rafiq Ahamad displays a box allegedly damaged by firing from the Pakistan side of the border, inside his home near the Line of Control, the line that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, in Churunda village, about 150 Kilometers (94 miles) northwest of Srinagar, India, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013. India's relations with archrival Pakistan "cannot be business as usual" in the wake of a spate of attacks in Kashmir, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Tuesday in a statement that threatens to ratchet up tensions in the wake of the Himalayan violence. A series of tit-for-tat attacks, including the beheading of an Indian soldier, across the LOC that divides the Himalayan region has killed two Pakistani and two Indian soldiers over the past 10 days. (AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan)
NEW DELHI (AP) — India, Pakistan agree to ease tensions in Kashmir after recent clashes in which 5 died.