Tensions are increasing between these two countries that have fought two wars over Kashmir since their partition in 1947. Once again, Kashmir is at the heart of the problem. Pakistani militant groups trying to wrest control of Kashmir from India attacked the Indian parliament in December and the Kashmir legislative assembly in Srinigar in October. Troops are massing along the border, both countries say their missiles are trained on each other and India announced it will sever all bus and train links between the two countries Jan. 1. In India’s Jaisalmer district in Rajasthan state civilian train service was suspended so troops could be moved quickly to the border. Travel in these border areas should be avoided.