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China, India pledge to cool border dispute

Desire to realise what both sides call 'the Asian Century' driving much of the goodwill

WARMING TIES: Mr Modi (left) meeting Mr Li in Beijing, during which the two countries agreed to start annual visits between their militaries, expand exchanges between border commanders and start using a military hotline.


CHINA and India proposed measures on Friday to resolve a long-festering border dispute, as Beijing sought to clear obstacles to a relationship that it said could change the international political order.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in

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