Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says the Kashmir dispute must be settled while he and Indian Prime Minster Manmohan Singh are in power. Mr. Musharraf said Friday that this is what he calls a "fleeting moment in history" that the two governments must seize. He said he and Prime Minister Singh have an understanding and harmony which he says was not there in the past and may not be there in the future. Ties between the nuclear armed rivals have warmed in recent years. Bus and air travel have been restored and a military truce along the Line of Control in Kashmir has been holding. Kashmir has been split between India and Pakistan since both countries became independent in 1947. The dispute had led to two wars.