India-Pakistan Rivalry a Costly Struggle

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India and Pakistan are meeting for the first time to discuss ways to fight terrorism.

Thousands of people have died in sectarian and political attacks between India's Hindus and Pakistan's Muslims since the countries split in1947. Many families have been touched by the violence.

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