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Indian and Nepali PMs discuss border dispute in New Delhi meeting

Modi says both sides seek closer ties as they sign deals on infrastructure

Prime Ministers Narendra Modi, right, and Pushpa Kamal Dahal discuss wide-ranging issues during the Nepali leader's visit to India.   © AP

NEW DELHI -- Vowing to raise ties with Nepal to "Himalayan heights," Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said all issues with the fellow South Asian nation, including border disputes, would be resolved in this spirit.

Modi made those remarks after wide-ranging talks with Nepalese counterpart Pushpa Kamal Dahal, popularly known as Prachanda, who arrived on a four-day visit to India on Wednesday.

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