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Asia-Pacific: PM for common principles

Against the backdrop of China’s row with East Asian nations over the South China Sea, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday advocated establishing of a “common set of principles” and “cooperative m

Japan to give loan of $2.26bn to India

Japan will give a fresh loan of about $2.26 billion for the second phase of Dedicated Freight Corridor and an infrastructure project in South India, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday t

Hillary Clinton to visit Middle East for Gaza talks: US

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will leave Asia on Tuesday to visit Israel, Egypt and Ramallah, stepping up US efforts to avoid a worsening of the Gaza crisis, an official said.

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Obama meets Manmohan, says India 'big part' of my plan


Meeting for the first time after his re-election, US President Barack Obama told Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday that ‘India is a big part of my plan’ after the two leaders met briefly on the

PM conveys trade deficit concern to Wen

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday invited Chinese investments in the infrastructure sector while conveying India’s concerns over trade imbalance to his counterpart Wen Jiabao, who said this coul

India ready to sign FTA with Asean

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday announced that India is ready to conclude the much delayed Free Trade Agreement in services and investment with Asean by December that will provide a “springboa

Manmohan meets Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao


Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Monday met one-on-one for about 45 minutes in this Cambodian capital, probably one of their last official meetings.

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Khar seeks new pathway in Indo-Pak ties

Strongly pitching for a “new pathway” to resolve all issues with India, Pakistan foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Thursday said the two sides need to show flexibility and honour commitments made

Jundal: Pak non-committal on whether it'll act on Indian information

Pakistan on Thursday remained non-committal on whether it would act on information shared by India on LeT terrorist Abu Jundal, days after New Delhi pushed it to take swift action against the perpetr

Cambodia to deport notorious Russian paedophile

A Russian paedophile controversially pardoned in Cambodia's largest-known child sex scandal will be deported after he was arrested at the home of a teenage girl, police said on Tuesday.

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