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Hot air but little warmth as Indo-Pak talks resume

India and Pakistan aim to revive their peace process through a new joint anti-terrorism mechanism this week, but they will do well to avoid another round of mud-slinging, analysts say. Tuesday and Wednesday’s talks between top foreign ministry officials are the first in 10 months, and follow a series of bomb attacks in Mumbai in July that killed 186 people and sent a shockwave through the peace process. Although trust is still in short supply, at least the two sides are talking rather than rattling sabres, analysts say. Full Story

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