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India holds its tongue on Pakistan

As the United States has intensified pressure on the Pakistani president, General Pervez Musharraf, to call off the state of emergency there, India has maintained a studiously low-key response to the unfurling crisis in its neighbor and nuclear rival. The Ministry of External Affairs issued its only formal statement shortly after emergency rule was declared Saturday, and kept it succinct, limiting it to just two sentences. Indian analysts said the muted response reflected a desire not to sour newly improved relations between the two countries by taking a overly critical stand at this juncture. Full Story

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