In West Pakistan, Army commanders have shown newsmen a group of Indian prisoners who they said had been captured during fighting in the Kashmir border area.
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SCU Gurkhas and Indian soldiers with reporters talking to Pakistani officer (2 shots)
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SV Pakistani civilians under-going rifle training
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NOTE TO EDITORS: 14726/71 "INDIA: CASUALTIES MOUNT AS FIGHTING CONTINUES IN SOUTH KASHMIR" - SERVICED 13/12/71 ALSO REFERS TO CONFLICT ON KASHMIR BORDER.
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Background: In West Pakistan, Army commanders have shown newsmen a group of Indian prisoners who they said had been captured during fighting in the Kashmir border area.
It's an that border that the Pakistanis are claiming most success -- particularly in the area around Chhamb.
Among the captured Indians were both Sikh and Gurkha soldiers.
Meanwhile, Pakistan is hastily training up its reserve forces to help in the war effort.