After a series of co-ordinated bomb blasts in New Delhi that killed 62 people and injured hundreds, India has restrained from blaming its arch-rival Pakistan.

The attacks came at a particularly sensitive moment as India and Pakistan hashed out an unprecedented agreement to partially open the heavily militarized frontier that divides the disputed territory of Kashmir to speed relief to victims of the region's Oct. 8 earthquake.

Western diplomats say this would have been unthinkable three years ago, when India and Pakistan nearly went to war following a terrorist attack on the main parliament building in New Delhi.

The diplomats said this reflected...

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