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India, China discuss <strong>border</strong> pacts, agree to hold regular talks

India, China discuss border pacts, agree to hold regular talks

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi:  In a bid to ensure peace on their borders, India and China on Tuesday held a Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) level meeting to talk about the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement (BDCA) signed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during his visit to Beijing last year.

India,   China,   DGMO level meeting,   borders,   regular talks,   BDCA,   border pacts,  
Hillary Clinton arrives in Turkey for key Syria talks

Hillary Clinton arrives in Turkey for key Syria talks

11 Aug 2012

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived on Saturday in Istanbul for talks on the conflict in Syria with Turkish leaders after Washington slapped fresh sanctions on Bashar al-Assad's regime and its allies.

Hillary Clinton,   Hillary Clinton in Turkey,   fresh sanctions on Bashar al-Assad,   refugee camps along Syrian border,  
Malala Yousafzai sympathises with <strong>Syrian</strong> children

Malala Yousafzai sympathises with Syrian children

19 Feb 2014

Zaatari Camp (Jordan): A teenage Pakistani activist who came to the international limelight when she was shot by the Taliban has said that the plight of Syrian refugee children deprived of proper education was a stark reminder of the "dark days" of Pakistani children under their hard-line rulers.

Malala Yousafzai,   Syrian children,   Syria unrest,   Syria crisis,   Pakistan teenage activist,   Taliban,   Syrian refugee children,  
Beijing releases list of 34,000 Chinese kept in Japan WWII <strong>camps</strong>

Beijing releases list of 34,000 Chinese kept in Japan WWII camps

05 Apr 2014

Beijing: Stepping up its campaign against Japan over the excesses committed by its troops during World War II, China on Saturday released a list of over 34,000 Chinese who were forced into Japanese labour camps.

Beijing,   China,   Japan,   World World 2,   Tokyo,   Diaoyu Islands,  
Arunachal govt making efforts to build confidence among people <strong>along</strong> Assam borders: Nabam Tuki

Arunachal govt making efforts to build confidence among people along Assam borders: Nabam Tuki

07 Mar 2014

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki said that the state government has been making efforts to build confidence among the people of the state residing along the border areas as well as in neighbouring Assam and bring back normalcy in the affected areas.

Nabam Tuki,   Arunachal Pradesh,   Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister,   Arunachal Pradesh government,   Arunachal-Assam border,  
Modi-Kejriwal battle splits IIT Varanasi students into two <strong>camps</strong>

Modi-Kejriwal battle splits IIT Varanasi students into two camps

28 Mar 2014

Varanasi: The fight between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal and BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for supremacy in the temple town has divided students of IIT Varanasi into two camps.

Narendra Modi,   Arvind Kejriwal,   IIT Varanasi,   AAP,   BJP,   Modi-Kejriwal battle,   ,  
Antony reviews situation <strong>along</strong> China <strong>border</strong>

Antony reviews situation along China border

09 Jan 2014

Kolkata: Defence Minister AK Antony on Thursday reviewed the operational preparedness of army and security situation in the Northeast and along the China border.

AK Antony,   China border,   Border Defence Cooperation Agreement,   General Bikram Singh,  
Vigil stepped up <strong>along</strong> India-Bangladesh <strong>border</strong>

Vigil stepped up along India-Bangladesh border

08 Jan 2014

Agartala: India has further intensified vigil along its border with Bangladesh in view of the ongoing political turmoil and attacks on religious minorities in the neighbouring country, an official said here on Wednesday.

India Bangladesh border,   security Indo-Bangla border,   security intensified,   Bangladesh crises,  
Kerry calls for pullback of Russian troops from Ukraine <strong>border</strong>

Kerry calls for pullback of Russian troops from Ukraine border

31 Mar 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has told his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov that Russia must pull back its troops from the Ukrainian border to deescalate the tension following Crimea's takeover by Moscow.

US Secretary,   State John Kerry,   Sergei Lavrov,   Ukraine,   Moscow ,  
World not sharing <strong>Syrian</strong> <strong>refugee</strong> burden, says Lebanon

World not sharing Syrian refugee burden, says Lebanon

18 Oct 2013

Beirut: Lebanon's President Michel Suleiman on Friday said that the international community was not sufficiently sharing the burden of displaced Syrians with Lebanon.

Syrian refugee,   Syrian refugee in Lebanon,   Michel Suleiman,   Derek Plumbly,   Syrian crisis,  

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