Al Jazeera, Last Modified: 26 Sep 2010 08:26 GMT
Eight-point plan suggests reducing military presence in region and freeing detained protesters to deal with unrest.called off.
India has offered to hold talks with Kashmiris and review its heavy security presence in the Himalayan region in an attempt to bring under control a wave of separatist unrest.
The proposals were part of an eight-point plan put forward on Saturday by Palaniappan Chidamabaram, the Indian interior minister, after he led an all-party mission to the disputed Muslim-majority region.
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