March 29 (Reuters) - Following are statements from Indian policymakers as well as the latest news and scheduled events. * Denotes new entry. * Pakistan will allow Indian investigators to travel to the conservative Muslim nation to probe the 2008 Mumbai militant attacks, in a major confidence-building measure long demanded by New Delhi, a joint statement released after bilateral talks ended on Tuesday said. "Pakistan conveyed its readiness, in principle, based upon the principle of ...
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