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India, Pakistan Leaders Meet Today

(Undated) -- The leaders of India and Pakistan will meet today in a move that could signal a sweeping change in relations between the nuclear-armed neighbors. Pakistani prime minister Mawaz Sharif attended yesterday's swearing-in of new Indian prime minister Narenda Modi. Sharif promised to improve ties with India during his successful election campaign last year. Modi will host Sharif today for the start of talks aimed at improving trade and peace between two nations that are home to nearly one and a half billion people.

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