Omar: Osama's death won't affect Indo-Pak dialogue

10:49, May 11, 2011      

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Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah salutes at the guard of honour organised at the Civil Secretariat Complex in Srinagar on May 10, 2011. On the occasion, Omar Abdullah struck a note of optimism on the talks between India and Pakistan, saying that the killing of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden will not have any bearing on the renewed process of dialogue between the two nations.(Xinhua/Stringer)

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