Performance of the Week
Relations between India and Pakistan got a boost last week after some hotel hopping diplomacy in New York City. First, INDIAN PRIME MINISTER MANMOHAN SINGH traveled to the Roosevelt Hotel to meet PAKISTAN PRESIDENT PERVEZ MUSHARRAF, who gave him a painting of Singh's boyhood hometown, the village of Gah in Pakistan's Punjab province, and one of his old report cards. Then the two men had a one-on-one meeting without aides that lasted an hour. Later in the day, Musharraf traveled five blocks to Singh's hotel, the New York Palace, where the two delivered a...

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