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Indian right-wing activists burn an effigy of Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during a protest against Pakistan, in New Delhi on September 19, 2016. India on September 19 weighed its response to a bloody raid on an army base in Kashmir which  fuelled tensions with nuclear-armed Pakistan, as some politicians called for military action after the worst attack of its kind in over a decade. New Delhi has said that Pakistan-based militants were behind the September 18 attack in which 17 soldiers were killed, raising the prospect of a military escalation in the already tense disputed Himalayan region.
 / AFP / MONEY SHARMA        (Photo credit should read MONEY SHARMA/AFP/Getty Images)
Indian right-wing activists burn an effigy of Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during a protest against Pakistan, in New Delhi on September 19, 2016. India on September 19 weighed its response to a bloody raid on an army base in Kashmir which  fuelled tensions with nuclear-armed Pakistan, as some politicians called for military action after the worst attack of its kind in over a decade. New Delhi has said that Pakistan-based militants were behind the September 18 attack in which 17 soldiers were killed, raising the prospect of a military escalation in the already tense disputed Himalayan region.
 / AFP / MONEY SHARMA        (Photo credit should read MONEY SHARMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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The director-general of military operations for the Indian Army has said that the terrorists who killed 18 at an army base in Indian-administered Kashmir carried gear which had "Pakistani markings." CNN's Ravi Agrawal reports.

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The director-general of military operations for the Indian Army has said that the terrorists who killed 18 at an army base in Indian-administered Kashmir carried gear which had "Pakistani markings." CNN's Ravi Agrawal reports.