India and Pakistan will take part in multinational counterterror drills even as they revive back-channel dialogue, raising hopes of an easing of tensions between the nuclear armed neighbours.
This will be the first time both countries are taking part in multinational military drills, not counting United Nations peacekeeping operations. It is significant too that this is an exercise to counter terrorism, a key area of dispute between them.
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