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Dia-Sinha meet marks conclusion of Indo-China talks

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New Delhi - Visiting Chinese Vice-Foreign Minister Dia Binggou called on Foreign Minister Yashwant Sinha here Friday. Details of the meeting were not known. The two countries have been trying to seek a solution to their decades-old border dispute. Dia held the first round of discussion with country's national security adviser Brajesh Mishra in New Delhi on Thursday. They were expected to hold another round of talks on Friday. Meanwhile, the Tibetans living-in-exile in the country took to the streets protesting against the visit of Dia. After decades of mistrust and boycott, the two Asian giants started talks since 1998 to map exactly where their 3500-km long border lies, but with little success.

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