Pakistan and India have resumed train service across the Thar desert, 40 years after service was suspended during the second of three wars between the two South Asian rivals.
Officials say the "Thar Express" arrived at an Indian desert town early on Saturday after leaving Pakistan's southern city of Karachi late Friday with more than 200 passengers.
The train connects the border towns of Munabao in India's western state of Rajasthan and Khokrapar, in Pakistan's southern Sindh province.
The rail link is the second between the two nuclear-armed rivals since they launched a peace process two years ago. The other railway links the Pakistani city of Lahore and the Indian capital, New Delhi.