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Pakistan, India in nuclear talks

Pakistan and India opened talks here on nuclear confidence-building measures and minimising the risks of an accidental atomic conflict, officials said. Delegations from the two countries, who have fought three wars since 1947, will discuss nuclear issues for two days and then conventional weapons on Thursday, officials said on Tuesday. This is the fourth round of discussions on nuclear issues under the slow-moving peace process launched by historic rivals Islamabad and New Delhi in January 2004. Full Story

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