Indian fishermen, released from prison, wait for their train home at Karachi's Cantonment railway station August 2, 2015. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Pakistan Sunday released 163 Indian fishermen held for violating its territorial waters as a goodwill gesture amid tensions over the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir and an attack on a police station.A 10-year-old from India's Gujarat state, who spent eight months behind bars, left with tears of emotion.India and Pakistan also use the releases as expressions of goodwill.Three gunmen stormed a police station and killed seven people in northern India last week and India's home minister said they came from Pakistan.
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