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India, Pakistan set to resume strained peace moves

India and Pakistan expect to resume a peace dialogue on Monday that has been severely strained after New Delhi blamed Islamist militants across the border for train bombings in Mumbai earlier in July. Indian Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran and his Pakistani counterpart Riaz Mohammad Khan — bureaucrats who head the respective foreign ministries — were due to hold talks on the sidelines of a regional conference in the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka. Full Story

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