SRINAGAR: At least 20 Indian soldiers were wounded in Kashmir when militants detonated a bomb in a shop as the troops' vehicle passed by, police said yesterday.
The attack came a day after authorities said separatist violence had fallen since India and Pakistan began a ceasefire last month along a military control line that divides the Himalayan region between the nuclear-armed rivals.
Police said the explosion occurred in the Lawaypora area on the outskirts of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir.
A civilian was wounded. Reuters
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