Relations continue to warm between these two long-hostile countries. Train service will be resumed Jan. 15 when the Samjhauta Express begins its twice weekly runs between the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore and the Indian border town of Attari. Train service has been suspended for two years. Air links between the two countries are set to resume Jan. 1. And in a further effort to solve the dispute over Kashmir, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf offered to drop the country’s 50-year-old demand that the U.N. implement resolutions calling for a plebiscite to determine whether the disputed territory would remain part of India or shift to Pakistan. These are beginning steps, but hopes are rising that peace in Kashmir is possible.