**Richardson Urging N.Korea to Stop Weapons Tests, Expand Internet**
A private delegation of Google executives and other U.S. leaders touring North Korea says it is urging Pyongyang to halt its weapons program and allow for expanded use of the Internet and cell phones.
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who is leading the delegation, told the Associated Press on Wednesday the group has also been pushing for the fair treatment of a U.S. citizen detained in this communist country.
Richardson, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt arrived in Pyongyang on Monday for a four-day visit they have described as "humanitarian."
The U.S. State Department has criticized the trip, calling its timing "unhelpful."
**India Summons Pakistani Ambassador Over Alleged Shooting**
India has summoned Pakistan's ambassador to New Delhi to register a protest over the alleged grisly killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani troops in the disputed border region of Kashmir.
A spokesman for India's foreign ministry announced the move Wednesday, just hours after Indian Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid called the incident "ghastly" and promised a proportionate response. Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony later called the clash "highly provocative" and "inhuman."
India's military says its soldiers were on patrol Tuesday near the town of Mendhar when Pakistani troops crossed into Indian-controlled Kashmir and shot dead two Indian soldiers in a firefight. They say the Pakistani forces retreated after the gunbattle.
An Indian military official says a body of one of the soldiers was later found mutilated in Kashmir.
The incident happened two days after Pakistan said one of its soldiers was killed in the area.