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Indian Prime Minister meets army chiefs
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20:28, December 26, 2008

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is in a high level meeting with Indian army Chiefs of three services in New Delhi, reported local NDTV Friday.

Manmohan Singh is holding a high level meeting with chiefs of three services in his office in New Delhi Friday, with national security advisor M.K. Narayanan at present.

Army chiefs are briefing the prime minister present situation in India-Pakistan border, according to local news channel Times Now.

No more details of the meeting are available. But local media believed that this meeting is dedicated to the increasing tension and Pakistan military movement at the India-Pakistan border area.

Source: Xinhua



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