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INDIA - PAKISTAN
Islamabad-New Delhi talks over Himalaya glacier
The Pakistani government wants to break the stalemate over an area claimed by both sides for more than 50 years. New Delhi is not eager for change and warns against high expectations. In April, an avalanche killed 139 Pakistani soldiers. Between 1984 and 2003, Siachen glacier's cold weather and avalanches have killed more soldiers than fighting.
14/07/2008 INDIA – PAKISTAN
India blames Pakistan for Kabul bombing but continues peace talks
India and Afghanistan hold Pakistan’s secret services responsible for the bombing against the Indian embassy in Kabul. Pakistan denies the charges. Both sides confirm a meeting this Friday for talks to improve trade and visits between the two sides of the disputed Kashmir territory.
21/10/2008 INDIA - PAKISTAN
Kashmir, after 60 years India and Pakistan reopen trade route
The corridor has been reopened that, through Kashmir, links the two nuclear superpowers. The area, theater of a decades-old conflict, has seen skirmishes between the two sides even in recent weeks. Liberalization of trade could lead to commerce of 6 billion dollars per year.
05/09/2005 INDIA - PAKISTAN
First meeting between Kashmir separatists and Indian PM
16/11/2006 INDIA CHINA
Buddhist political and religious leaders in Indian border state fear Chinese territorial ambitions
China's ambassador to India claims Arunachal Pradesh. Local leaders call on New Delhi to show resolve against Beijing.
07/08/2009 CHINA – INDIA
Sino-Indian border talks resume
Border disputes have lingered since 1962. Beijing claims almost the whole of the State of Arunachal Pradesh, whilst India claims more than 50,000 km2 of Chinese-held territory. Meanwhile both sides are building up their military along the border.
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