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Old 31-Mar-2011
Permanent reconciliation needed with pak: PM permanent recon

Mohali March 31:

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tonight said India and Pakistan should put their "ancient animosities" behind them and a "permanent reconciliation" was required so that the two neighbours "live with dignity and honour".

Speaking at a dinner he hosted for his Pakistani counterpart Yusuf Raza Gilani during the India-Pakistan World Cup cricket semi final match here, Singh said the two countries "should be working together to find cooperative solutions and need permanent reconciliation to live together in dignity and honour".

"We should put our ancient animosities behind us to attend to the problems of our nations," he said. Later, Singh told reporters that "whatever be the differences between our two countries, we have to find ways to resolve them".

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