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India and China hold more talks

India and China have held two days of talks in Delhi on their long-running border dispute. Indian national security adviser JN Dixit and his Chinese counterpart, Dai Bingguo, led discussions, details of which were not available. It is the third round of talks in just over a year, but the first since the new Indian government took power. The two countries fought a bitter war over their mostly unmarked border in 1962. The latest talks were held in a “friendly, constructive and co-operative atmosphere”, India’s foreign ministry said in a statement.Full Story

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