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Ministry of External Affairs denies claim by Pakistan PM's national security advisor that India sent message with desire for talks.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 15-10-2020 16:57 IST | Created: 15-10-2020 16:57 IST
Ministry of External Affairs denies claim by Pakistan PM's national security advisor that India sent message with desire for talks.

Ministry of External Affairs denies claim by Pakistan PM's national security advisor that India sent message with desire for talks.


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