** Chinese Premier in India, Discusses Borders, Trade**
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his visiting Chinese counterpart have agreed to resolve a border dispute and other tensions, as Premier Li Keqiang continues his first trip abroad since taking office.
Mr. Singh and Mr. Li met Monday in New Delhi to discuss a range of issues, including the longstanding border dispute in the western Himalayas and a trade imbalance that heavily favors China.
At a joint news conference, Mr. Li said the two nations have far more shared interests than differences. Mr. Singh said both sides must work to strengthen trust and confidence in order to permit greater cooperation.
The two leaders signed eight minor agreements, but both men said the meeting's symbolism was important
There was tight security in the Indian capital, as Tibetan activists and opposition supporters held protests in the city.
The three-day visit came less than two weeks after the peaceful end of a tense military standoff over tens of thousands of square kilometers in the disputed Ladakh region. China and India have never finalized their border there, and tensions subsided only when the two sides restored the status quo.
** Burmese President to Visit White House**
Burmese President Thein Sein on Monday will become the first leader of his country to visit the White House in nearly half a century.
The former general will meet with President Barack Obama during a visit human rights organizations and some politicians say is premature because of anti-Muslim violence and continuing rights violations in Burma.
Officials say the two countries are expected to use the visit to work out agreements that could lead to regular talks on boosting trade, labor standards and investment.