Line of no control

September 2014
India Today;9/1/2014, p25
The article reports about the disputes of Kashmir deal and the existence of back channel communication between India and Pakistan. It also reports that Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attended the oath taking ceremony of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with no customary meetings and discussions about the Hurriyat outreach. Topics include sovereignty issues of Pakistan and joint agreement between the two countries regarding Kashmir for issues health, education and trade.


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