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China border deal on track

INDIA AND China on Sunday expressed optimism that they would clinch a deal on border delineation after two rounds of talks. The hope was shared by Dai Bingguo, vice-foreign minister and special representative of the Chinese President, and M.K. Narayanan, National Security Advisor, at a news conference in Kumarakom, a backwater retreat in Kottayam.

india Updated: Mar 13, 2006 01:19 IST

INDIA AND China on Sunday expressed optimism that they would clinch a deal on border delineation after two rounds of talks. The hope was shared by Dai Bingguo, vice-foreign minister and special representative of the Chinese President, and M.K. Narayanan, National Security Advisor, at a news conference in Kumarakom, a backwater retreat in Kottayam.

"Our effort is to extricate the talks from the logjam. It is going in the right direction. After the next two rounds, we will be able to go into the question of border delineation and settle it," Narayanan said.

First Published: Mar 13, 2006 01:19 IST