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India constructs 27,000 houses in Sri Lanka

The Indian Housing Project in Sri Lanka continues to make excellent progress, with the project reaching its target of constructing 16,000 houses during 2014. With the achievement of this important milestone, a total of 27,000 houses have been constructed or repaired under this project till date. During 2014, 14555 new houses were constructed under the project in the Northern Province, and 1447 in the Eastern Province. In addition, 162 damaged houses were repaired in the Northern Province.

India constructs 27,000 houses in Sri Lanka
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Western Aid & Trade, Sustain the Burmese Military Dictatorship

With the ringing of the New Year Bells the modern Union of Burma will be celebrating its 68th anniversary and facilitations will pour in from every diplomatic mission but the entire people of Burma will continue to suffer under the smokescreen of elected government but in reality is a cruel military dictatorship; heartedly supported by the West led by the US and EU.

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Pakistan lodges protest on unprovoked Indian firing across Working Boundary

Pakistan has lodged a strong protest over the unprovoked firing of the Indian troops in the Zafarwal Sector, resulting in the martyrdom of two personnel of Pakistani Rangers.

Pakistan lodges protest on unprovoked Indian firing across Working Boundary
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