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India-Pakistan Talks Make No Specific Gains on Kashmir

Two days of talks between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan concluded here Monday with no progress on their dispute over Kashmir, but with the announcement of more measures meant to build confidence between the nuclear-armed neighbors. The talks were the first between the heads of the two countries’ diplomatic services in six years, and followed an agreement in January by their top leaders for a dialogue on all bilateral issues, including Kashmir. While Kashmir did figure in the talks, there were no specific proposals put on the table regarding a solution, according to spokesmen for both nations. They did commit themselves to a “peaceful, negotiated final settlement” on Kashmir. Full Story

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