China leader Li Keqiang on visit to India

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Just weeks after a tense border stand-off, China's Premier, Li Keqiang, is visiting India.

It is his first foreign trip since taking on the job.

The two neighbours have an uneasy relationship - and they are trying to speed up efforts to solve a decades old territorial dispute.

With a third of the world's population between them, they also want to boost economic ties.

Neil Bowdler reports.

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