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The government officials talked over lunch about mending relations between the two countries

Nations remain at loggerheads over the district of Kashmir what’s more, 2008 Mumbai assaults
By Day by day Mail Correspondent
Published: 21:17 BST, 8 April 2012 | Updated: 21:18 BST, 8 April 2012
India what’s more, Pakistan’s pioneers have pledged to mend the harming break between their countries.
The promise came at the to start with visit of a Pakistan head of state to India in seven years.
Indian Prime Serve Manmohan Singh what’s more, going by Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari held their to start with meeting in almost three a long time in India’s capital New Delhi – what’s more, said it was well disposed what’s more, constructive.
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, left, shakes hands with Indian Prime Serve Manmohan Singh
Mr Singh said: ‘Relations between India what’s more, Pakistan ought to move toward becoming normal. That’s our normal desire.’ 
Mr Zardari said: ‘We would like to have better relations.’

Tensions hit a new low after Pakistani psychological oppressors butchered 166 individuals in Mumbai, India, in 2008.
The countries remain at loggerheads over their match claims to the Himalayan locale of Kashmir.
In talks: Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, left, visits with Indian Prime Serve Manmohan Singh amid their uncommon meeting
Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari (left) waves as his child Bilawal Bhutto Zardari looks on what’s more, right the combine wave as they stand next to Indian Parliamentary Undertakings Serve Pawan Kumar Bansal (centre)

Mr Singh has acknowledged an welcome from Mr Zardari to visit Pakistan as before long as commonly satisfactory dates are worked out. 
Before Sunday, the two had not seen each other since June 2009, at the point when they met in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg.
‘We have a number of issues, be that as it may we are willing to find handy what’s more, sober minded arrangements to all those issues,’ Singh said. ‘That’s the message President Zardari what’s more, I would like to convey.’
Although Zardari was in India on what was called a private religious trip, the visit gave him a possibility to meet Indian pioneers in the midst of a defrost in relations between the two countries.
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari (centre) visits a eminent 13th century hallowed place on his visit to India
He afterward cleared out for Ajmer Sharif, a worshipped Muslim holy place in India’s western state of Rajasthan.
Zardari’s visit to India is the most noticeable sign that the two nations have put behind them the hostility that taken after the 2008 assaults in the Indian money related capital of Mumbai in which 10 Pakistani fear mongers murdered 166 people.
India has faulted the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba gathering for the Mumbai assaults what’s more, requested that Islamabad split down on the militants.
Indian Remote Secretary Ranjan Mathai told journalists that amid their 40-minute meeting, the two pioneers concurred to take a step-by-step approach to resolve the numerous long-standing issues that have tenacious their countries’ relationship.
Singh told Zardari that ‘it was basic to bring the culprits of the Mumbai assaults to equity what’s more, anticipate exercises pointed against India from Pakistani soil,’ Mathai said. 
However, both sides remain far from settling their strife over the Himalayan locale of Kashmir, which both claim.
Zardari was went with by about 25 family members, counting his son, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who has been blessed his political heir.
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