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India, Pakistan End Talks Stalemated Over Kashmir

The Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers ended two days of peace talks Monday with promises of more negotiations on trust-building measures but no sign of progress toward resolving their pivotal dispute over the divided Himalayan region of Kashmir. Indian Foreign Minister Natwar Singh said the two sides had agreed to hold talks on opening passenger rail service between the countries, establishing communication links between coast guards, possible joint energy projects and taking steps to reduce the risk of accidental nuclear or conventional war, among other subjects. Full Story

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