Indian villagers inspect the damage on the roof of a house, caused allegedly by firing from the Pakistan side of the border at Bainglad village in Samba sector, about 52 kilometers from Jammu, India, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)
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Indian and Pakistani troops intensified cross-border firing Monday, killing an Indian border guard and forcing hundreds of villagers to flee, escalating tensions before visits by top U.S. officials.India said four Pakistanis planning an attack on Indian soil were killed, although Indian media and opposition parties disputed the official account. The Pakistani army confirmed two civilian deaths from Indian shelling.India closed schools near the border and postponed exams on Monday.
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