David Cameron Defends 'Frank' Comments About Pakistan

"UK Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his comments about Pakistan's record on tackling terrorism as he continued his trip to India. He said it was ""important to speak frankly"" and while Pakistan had ""made progress... we need them to do more"". His comments on Wednesday had led to him being accused of ""damaging the prospects of regional peace"". He is due to meet Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh later on Thursday. The talks in Delhi, on the final day of his ""jobs mission"" to the country, are expected to focus on trade and security."
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