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India, Pakistan edge toward talks but old distrust remains

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Nuclear-armed rivals Pakistan and India are edging closer to restarting peace talks that stalled in January after two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies mutilated in a clash in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.Full story

India PM touts economic record ahead of elections

India's prime minister laid out arguments for his party's re-election Friday, touting the government's economic record and promising to leave "no stone unturned" to spark a rebound for an economy that is now stumbling. Full story

Indian rupee, markets draw cold comfort from relaxed FDI rules

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's relaxation of foreign investment rules, aimed at drawing funds needed to turn around slowing economic growth and support a crumbling rupee, barely lifted markets on Wednesday due to doubts whether long-term inflows would materialize anytime soon. Full story

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