MUZAFFARABAD :Trade across the de facto border in disputed Kashmir resumed on Wednesday after being suspended for nearly a month. On Wednesday 27 trucks were allowed to leave for the Indian side and 49 others cleared to come the other way, said Basharat Iqbal, an official of the Trade and Travel Authority in Azad Kashmir. "Trade will resume as routine now. However one Pakistani truck along with the driver are still held by the Indian authorities," he told AFP.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 13-Feb-2014 here.