The foreign ministers of the two countries said they were pleased with their first talks since bilateral negotiations resumed last month after a three-year hiatus marred by diplomatic sniping and an insurgency in divided Kashmir. Reuters - New Delhi
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India and Pakistan held confidence-building talks yesterday amid rising hopes that the long-time foes will be able to defuse half a century of tension.