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Pakistan, Sri Lanka to join hands against terrorism, strengthen trade

COLOMBO, Nov 28 (APP): The leaders of Pakistan and Sri Lanka Sunday expressed resolve to join hands against terrorism and to build up their trade and economic relations.Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Dissanayake Mudiyanselage Jayaratne called on President Asif Ali Zardari here on Sunday and discussed ways to further strengthen …

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Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari arrived in Sri Lanka

Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari arrived in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Army giving a guard of honour and saying a big thank you to Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari when he arrived at the BIA yesterday for a four-day state visit. Pakistan was one of Sri Lanka’s main supporters during …

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WikiLeaks plans to release 94 papers about Pakistan

From the Newspaper  By Anwar Iqbal Wikileaks founder Julian Assange requests the floor during a meeting between the US State Department officials and NGO on the sideline of the first review of the United States by the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council at the UN Office in Geneva.—AFP WASHINGTON: …

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Muslim girl killed for loving affair with Hindu boy===The India

A Muslim man has been arrested for killing his teenaged daughter who was in love with a Hindu youth from the same village, police said on Thursday. Mushtakeem, a resident of Mawaithakuran village, strangled his 18-year-old daughter Rehana Parveen after she insisted on marrying her lover Bhoora Prajapati, 21, police …

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India police to investigate Roy over Kashmir remarks

In this photo taken on March 17, 2005, Indian author Arundhati Roy (R) shakes hands with Chairman of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Yasin Malik during the inauguration of a photo exhibition entitled “Voices for Peace, Voices for Freedom”, in New Delhi. – AFP Photo NEW DELHI: An Indian …

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N Korea deploys missiles near borders

The Korean Peninsula seems to be on the brink of war as reports indicate North Korea has deployed surface-to-air missiles near its disputed Yellow Sea border with the South. “(The missiles) appear to be targeting our fighter jets that fly near the Northern Limit Line (NLL),” a South Korean official …

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Think tank: NATO failing in Afghanistan

Civilian and foreign troop casualties are on the rise, as the nine-year-old war in Afghanistan gets tougher by the day. Nine years after the US-led invasion of Afghanistan, a leading international think tank says NATO’s strategy to break the Taliban in the country is failing. The International Crisis Group (ICG) …

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