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No breakthrough in India-Pakistan talks

Pakistan News: The foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan have met in the Bhutanese capital, but failed to set any dates for the resumption of peace talks between the neighbours.

pak-indo secretriesThe peace talks have been stalled since the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks which New Delhi blames on Pakistan-based group.

The two sides had been expected to firm up the dates for a proposed meeting between their foreign ministers in the Indian capital.

Vishnu Prakash, the Indian external affairs ministry spokesman, said that India’s foreign secretary, Nirupama Rao, and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir met Sunday for ”useful and frank discussions.”

Rao and Bashir met in Thimphu on the sidelines of a meeting of the South Asian regional grouping set up in 1985 to promote trade and economic cooperation.

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