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Text of report published by Indian news agency PTI
New Delhi: Taking a major step to further deepen ties, India and the US will hold their first Strategic Dialogue on June three during which they are expected to discuss the situation in Afghanistan-Pakistan and ways to take forward initiatives in "top priority" counter-terrorism area.
The Strategic Dialogue, a broad-based format covering 18 sectors, will be led by External Affairs Minister S M Krishna from Indian side and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from the US side.
It will also lay the ground for the visit of US President Barack Obama to India later this year.
"The Strategic Dialogue will …