Police say they foiled attack in Indian Kashmir

India has arrested three suspected Islamic militants - including a Pakistani soldier - accused of planning a suicide attack in Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said Tuesday. The arrests come amid rising tensions and increasing pressure from India on Pakistan to crack down on militant groups operating from its territory in the wake of the Mumbai attacks. The suspects are members of Jaish-e-Mohammed, one of more than a dozen groups that have been fighting since 1989 to oust India from Kashmir, Kuldeep Khoda, director-general of police in Indian Kashmir, told reporters. The Himalayan region - the source of much of the tension between India and Pakistan - is divided between the two nations and claimed in its entirety by both.