02 October 2014

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India-China border stand-off resolved: minister

NEW DELHI  A military stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops that lasted nearly two weeks and overshadowed a key summit in New Delhi has ended, India s foreign minister said.Troops will start pulling back from the disputed border area on Friday, Sushma Swaraj said, after meeting her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in New York."I am very pleased to tell you that both the countries have sat down and resolved this issue," she said, in comments broadcast on Indian television."Timelines have been

Nawaz Sharif pledges to pull Pakistan out of difficulties and build strong Pakistan

NEW YORK: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Thursday vowed to pull Pakistan out of difficulties and make it an economically strong country, as he addressed a gathering of Pakistani-Americans.The Prime Minister, who is in New York for the UN General Assembly session, said his government’s policies have already resulted in macro-economic improvement with rupee regaining its value.The government’s economic performance has been acknowledged by the international financial institutions, who have

India's Modi faces US court summons over riots: reports

India's Modi faces US court summons over riots: reportsNEW DELHI: A New York court has ordered Narendra Modi to answer allegations of "attempted genocide" over deadly anti-Muslim riots, reports said Friday, as he began his first US visit as India´s prime minister.The complaint relates to an outbreak of anti-Muslim rioting in 2002 in the western Indian state of Gujarat, where Modi served as chief minister before he was elected prime minister in May.Lawyers for rights group the American Justice Center filed a civil case on Thursday seeking

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