NEW DELHI (AP) — Pakistan's prime minister arrived in the capital of his country's archrival Monday to attend the inauguration of his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, a historic moment that could signal a thaw in relations between the often hostile neighbors.
Modi's inauguration is the first to which India invited heads of state from across South Asia. The leaders of Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Maldives, Nepal and Afghanistan were expected to attend, and Bangladesh was to be represented by the speaker of its parliament. Full story and video
Caption: Indian Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi pays his respects at the Mahatma Gandhi memorial at Rajghat ahead of his swearing-in ceremony, in New Delhi, May 26, 2014.