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Iran dares the West
TEHRAN – Iran announced new strides on Wednesday in its nuclear programme, in a defiant blow to US and EU pressure to rein in its atomic activities and amid signs of an increasingly vicious covert war with Israel over the issue. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unveiled on state television what was said to be Iran's first domestically produced, 20-percent enriched nuclear fuel for Tehran's research reactor. He also said 3,000 more centrifuges had been added to his country's uranium enrichment effo ...
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‘Gen Pasha’s exit to affect ISI, CIA ties’
WASHINGTON – US ambassador Cameron Munter has said that the cooperation between CIA-ISI could affect by the retirement of Lt. Gen. Ahmad Shuja Pasha but at the moment both agencies are having a decent intelligence relationship. During his lecture at Harvard Kennedy School on Wednesday, Munter said that the relationship between CIA and ISI were still intact. He said that the military aid to Pakistan was lemmatized when American trainers were told to leave Pakistan. Munter said that during foreig ...
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President for increasing Pak-Lanka trade volume
ISLAMABAD – President Asif Ali Zardari Friday called for stepping up efforts to fully realize the potential of Free Trade Agreement with Sri Lanka and building a mutually beneficial economic and trade partnership to jack up the bilateral trade from current $375 million to $2 billion target in the next three years. The President urged for further exploring the currency swap agreement with Sri Lanka, which, he said would provide huge incentives to business houses in both the countries to actively..
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