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'Die and let die'!

I was highly impressed by an article I came across in one of Pakistani dailies, ‘Dawn’, captioned ‘Terrorism: flawed theories’ by Niaz Murtaza, a political economist.

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At the helm of ASEAN, Burma needs authentic change

Burma or Myanmar has received a new great reward on 10 October for its over-the-top political changes, taking the wheel of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) even with critics’ warnings that the step was hasty. A long time ago, friendless rogue was properly granted the rotating chair of the ASEAN routinely for 2014. It won the seat at the end of the group's summit in Bandar Seri Bagawan, Brunei.

At the helm of ASEAN, Burma needs authentic change
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US-Pak Ties Need Improvement

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif departed for three days US visit from 20-23 October 2013, after his historic victory in May 11 elections of this year. US Secretary of State John Kerry had extended the invitation to Sharif to meet with Obama during the recent UN General Assembly meeting in New York. In this connection White House Spokesman Jay Carney stated that President Obama is looking forward to discuss with Prime Minister Sharif the ways of stable, secure, prosperous Pakistan and matter of common interested related to regional security.

US-Pak Ties Need Improvement
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