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India's Modi says a wilted Pakistan resorts to terrorism

Posted: August 13, 2014 at 4:43 a.m.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives Tuesday for a visit to Kargil in northern India near the Pakistani border.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives Tuesday for a visit to Kargil in northern India near the Pakistani border.

Pakistan has lost the strength to fight a conventional war and resorts to terrorism, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said two weeks before diplomats from the nuclear-armed neighbors meet to revive peace talks.

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