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Indian PM Modi's personalised pinstripe up for auction

AHMEDABAD  A suit with Narendra Modi s name stitched into the pinstripe, worn by the Indian premier when he met Barack Obama, is to be sold at auction on Wednesday to raise money to clean the Ganges.The famously fastidious prime minister was mocked for narcissism after wearing the bespoke wool suit with the words "Narendra Damodardas Modi" woven into it in tiny letters when he met the US president in Delhi last month.It will go on sale, along with more than 450 other gifts the Indian premier has received, in

US applauds Pakistan’s efforts to deepen security cooperation with Afghanistan

US applauds Pakistan’s efforts to deepen security cooperation with AfghanistanWASHINGTON: The US expressed appreciation on Wednesday for Pakistan’s latest efforts to expand bilateral cooperation with Afghanistan towards security of the landlocked country.“We have long said that we welcome the prospect that helps deepen cooperation between neighbouring Afghanistan and Pakistan,” State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said.She was commenting on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif’s visit to Kabul a day earlier, where he held meetings with top

Sharp rise in Afghan civilian casualties: UN

Sharp rise in Afghan civilian casualties: UN KABUL: The number of civilians killed and wounded in Afghanistan jumped 22 percent in 2014, the UN said Wednesday, as NATO troops withdrew from combat leaving government forces to battle a raging Taliban insurgency.The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan attributed the rise to an intensification in ground fighting, resulting in a total of 10,548 civilian casualties last year, compared with the 2013 figure of 8,637.The number of civilian deaths rose

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