Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said his country isn’t involved in security talks with the U.S., Japan and Australia to “contain China” and wants to forge closer ties between the world’s two most populous nations. Singh, who makes his first visit as prime minister to the communist nation at the weekend, said engagement with the government in Beijing is a “priority,” state-run broadcaster Doordarshan reported on its Web site. Full Story
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