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Indian Prime Minister to articulate need for battle against terrorism
9/11/2002 2:31:00 AM

Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee arrived at the JFK aiport in New York on Tuesday for a week-long visit during which he will express to world leaders the need for a comprehensive battle against terrorism.

While the Indian Prime Minister is expected to also stress Pakistan's failure to end cross-border infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir, Vajpayee-Bush discussions are seen to go much beyond terrorism. The two leaders may consider steps needed to develop the multifaceted relations between the two countries, especially in the economic field.

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