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Sri Lanka is now the fifth country to cancel participation at the convention
A summit of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension betwee...
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India can't even get Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka to support its Pakistan isolation project.
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The summit can go ahead only if all members agree to participate.
Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan are the other countries which have said no to attending the Summit, PTI reports.
India's home minister was speaking at a SAARC meeting in Islamabad.
ISLAMABAD -- Home Minister Rajnath Singh will not have any bilateral meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on the sidelines of the SAARC ministerial meeting, Home Secretary Ra...
The home minister has gone to attend a SAARC summit.
The Home Minister will raise the issue of cross-border terrorism at the meeting.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Pakistan next year to attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told Geo TV on Wednesd...
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There are sufficient reasons to believe that the repeated ceasefire violations from the Pakistani side are an outcome of the machinations of the Army and the ISI, with limited or no role of the civilian government. Responding only militarily to provocations engineered and orchestrated by the Pakistani army without diplomatic communications is self defeating.
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South Asia can become a powerful locomotive of global development. If it misses the present opportunity, it could just as easily regress into becoming the crucible for global instability and insecurity.
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India's Chief Economic Advisor, Arvind Subramanian said that India's trade relationship with south east Asian countries wasn't in the immediate future 'overwhelmingly important' compared to that of th...
Which South Asia do you live in? The one which offers world-class metros and malls, super-speciality hospitals, gourmet eateries and designer homes where servants make your meals, drive your car or clean your mess? Or do you live in the South Asia where sanitation, water and electricity are a luxury, where filth, ignorance and violence means death comes early and more frequently from illness, poverty and natural disasters? Statistically, the latter is more likely.