Pakistani pilgrims get ready to leave for airport on their way to Saudi Arabia to perform Haj, Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 in Islamabad, Pakistan. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)
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Pakistan's national security adviser insisted Saturday that he was ready to travel to New Delhi for talks with his Indian counterpart despite a row between the arch-rivals over his planned meeting with Kashmiri separatist leaders.India cancelled talks with Pakistan last year between their foreign secretaries, outraged over a similar meeting that took place, a move that set back already tense relations between the nuclear-armed neighbors.On Friday, India said it urged Pakistan against meeting Kashmiri separatist leaders ahead of the rare talks, hiking tensions.
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