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Captured Indian pilot at centre of Kashmir crisis to be released

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Captured Indian pilot at centre of Kashmir crisis to be released

Captured Indian pilot at centre of Kashmir crisis to be released

Pakistan calls decision to release the pilot 'a peace gesture', but India says it simply followed international norms.

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