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Accord on SAFTA draft, protocol against terrorism
ISLAMABAD, JAN.1. The stage seems set for a possible bilateral meeting between India and Pakistan here as the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) nations today approved the draft South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) framework ...


Brajesh Mishra's visit raises hopes
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 1. The unexpected arrival here of Brajesh Mishra, National Security Adviser and Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, has raised hopes of resumption of the stalled dialogue between India and Pakistan. Mr. Mishra came in the ...
Let's make it a permanent ceasefire: Sinha
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1.The External Affairs Minister, Yaswant Sinha, today left for Islamabad, hoping that the coming summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation would be successful. Talking to the media before his departure, Mr. ...
India-Pakistan air links resume
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1.The landing of a Pakistan International Airlines flight from Lahore at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here this evening marked the resumption of air links between India and Pakistan, which were snapped in January 2002 ...
Sonia holds meetings, talks to Mayawati
NEW DELHI, JAN. 1.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, said today that she had initiated a process to mobilise secular forces in the country to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party-led alliance in the next Lok Sabha elections. Carrying forward ...
Parliament endorses Musharraf's presidency
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 1. Two-and-a-half years after he appointed himself President, Pervez Musharraf was today ``elected' to the post. The endorsement of Gen. Musharraf's presidency by Parliament and state assemblies came just three days before the ...



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