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KERALA- Moving towards a Poll

and attended by both the US Secretary of State and the Soviet Foreign Minister. Said Kamath: "The coming together of representatives of the super powers under India's auspices just when their dialogue was flagging and prospects of understanding between them were uncertain is considered not only a triumph for India but also an indication that the dialogue itself could enter a new phase. To many diplomats this public demonstration of cordiality towards India showed by the super powers seemed indicative of their willingness to accept India's growing rok in Asia as both natural and inevitable." Yet Dinesh Singh seems incapable of conducting himself for any length of time without committing some faux pas. This time it was his public clam that Pakistan had softened in its attitude to India and had come round to agreeing to unconditional bilateral talks. As might have been expected, this brought forth a firm denial from the Pak Foreign Office that there had been any change in its attitude.

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