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ISLAMABAD, JAN. 3.The following are the highlights of the agreements cleared by the SAARC Council of Foreign Ministers. The Council has cleared the SAFTA Framework Agreement and given it to the SAARC heads for approval. The agreement will ...
Terrorism not the likely cause, says Egypt
MANAMA, JAN. 3. A chartered plane carrying 148 people, mostly French nationals, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off from the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Saturday. The Egyptian Civil Aviation Ministry in an initial ...
Flights: U.S. `over-reacted' on intelligence
LONDON, JAN 3.The U.S. security officials have been accused of "over-reacting" and acting on "half-baked" intelligence after it emerged that the cancellation of six Air France flights to the U.S. last week was caused by a misreading of ...
Hong Kong stays `competitive' in China
SINGAPORE, JAN. 3.Hong Kong and Taipei, in that order, have been ranked at the top of a list of cities with economic competitiveness and also linkages with China. The political significance of such a survey is that Hong Kong, which retains its ...
India & World
Will there be bilateral talks?
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 3.Will they or won't they? Will it be an interaction or a meeting? Will it be on the sidelines or a separate session? Will it be about SAARC or in the pure bilateral context? Progress may have been achieved on the SAARC agenda, ...
Lift curbs on media products, Sinha tells Pakistan, Bangladesh
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 3. The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, has appealed to Pakistan and Bangladesh to lift the restrictions on a free flow of media products into their countries. Speaking at the concluding session of the SAARC ...
Dhaka launches drive against terrorists
DHAKA, JAN. 3.Bangladesh has intensified the drive to weed out terrorists irrespective of their nationality. The operations at sensitive border points had started amidst New Delhi's reported persuasion to clip the wings of Indian separatists, ...
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