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Pakistan, Afghanistan to fight terrorism jointly
Gilani, Karzai hold meet in a “cordial atmosphere”

Close ranks against terror, Boucher tells Pakistan
COLOMBO: U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Richard Boucher told journalists here on Sunday that the Pakistan government faced ‘very big challenges’ and needed to work single-mindedly on tackling ...

Standoff over second temple
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia said on Sunday Thai soldiers were occupying a second temple site along on their border in an escalation of an ongoing armed standoff that nearly led to clashes between the neighbours last month. Maj. Sim Sokha, a ...

Warm reception for torch in Sichuan
GUANG’AN (Sichuan Province): The Olympic torch relay wound up on Sunday morning in Guang’an City, the first leg in the earthquake-hit Sichuan Province in Southwest China. The final torchbearer Wang Jianjun, also Party chief of ...

Committed to implementing SAFTA, say SAARC members
COLOMBO: The Colombo Declaration, adopted at the concluding session of the SAARC Summit here on Sunday, stressed the importance of completing all legislative and other relevant measures to implement within the member-States the provisions of ...

Security “lapses” in Colombo
Colombo: Sri Lankan security officers tasked with protecting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and National Security Adviser M. K. Narayanan failed to turn up for their job, sending officials on both sides into a tizzy, the media claimed here on ...

Nepal’s parties mull over Maosits’ CMP


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Swraj Paul outlines agenda of friendship among nations
Pledges to uphold collective cause of Commonwealth parliaments




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