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India says peace talks to resume with Pakistan

India and Pakistan have agreed to resume peace talks that were broken off by New Delhi after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Indian sources said on Thursday.

Obama to push cooperation to India Parliament

US President Barack Obama met India's president on Monday ahead of talks with government leaders that will see him address Parliament.

Games chief says all countries will take part

The Commonwealth Games Federation chief said on Saturday there was still work to be done amid concerns about security.

Pakistan, India joust after peace-talks deadlock

Pakistan said on Friday that India's "selective" approach to issues has led to what analysts say is a stalemate in talks.

Air crash puts focus on India infrastructure, safety

An air crash in India that killed 158 people has underlined fears about safety gaps in the country's booming airline industry.

India, Pakistan hold first talks since Mumbai attacks

India and Pakistan hold their first official talks since the 2008 Mumbai attacks on Thursday, a meeting that may help thaw their frigid relations.

Three arrested for Mumbai train blasts

India has arrested three men in connection with last week's Mumbai bombings that killed more than 180 people, and urged Pakistan on Friday to hand over a top Kashmiri militant as a gesture of its determination to fight terrorism. The three men, all Indian Muslims, were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the July 11 attacks.

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