India Advocates Creative Solutions on Kashmir

June 2010
India -- West;6/18/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 30, pA37
The article reports that India has advocated solutions on Jammu and Kashmir and other issues to build on the progress made earlier through the composite dialogue and back-channel diplomacy.


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