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Pakistan hosts Multinational Exercise AMAN-17

As a part of ongoing Multinational Exercise AMAN-17, being hosted by Pakistan Navy, Special Operations Forces and Marines of Pakistan Navy presented an impressive Maritime Counter Terrorism Demonstration at Manora, Karachi. Sri Lankan Chief of the Naval Staff Vice Admiral R C Wijegunaratne graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah was also present.

Pakistan Naval Chief and Sri Lankan Naval Commander
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Saudi Women's Rights Activist Samar Badawi Summoned for Interrogation

Saudi Arabia’s Saudi Women's Rights Activist Samar Badawi Summoned for Interrogation has been summoned for interrogation today, (15 February) without explanation in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Women's Rights Activist Samar Badawi
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Indian Housing Project inaugurated in Bogawana Estate, Hatton

: The foundation stone for the construction of 355 houses in Bogawana estate on grant basis under Indian Housing Project was jointly laid by P. Thigambaram, Minister of Hill Country New Villages, Infrastructure & Community Development and Deputy High Commissioner of India, Mr. Arindam Bagchi on 13 February 2017.

Indian Housing Project inaugurated in Bogawana Estate, Hatton
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'Indian economy is resilient to global headwinds'

The US ruling on cancellation of H-1B visa rules poses risk towards IT companies immigrants and offshore projects, expectation is that costs may escalate for these companies operating in US. Global growth is challenging, however Indian economy is resilient to global headwinds on account of the strong domestic fundamentals, said Dr Raghavan Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank in Qatar.

Poet Vaira Muthu, Justice PN Prakash, Justice Dr Lakshmanan, Dr Seetharaman and Lt Gen Ahluwalia.
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The Sorry Plight of the People of Kepappulavu

V.Anandasangaree, the Secretary General of the Tamil United Liberation Front has filed another open letter to Sri Lankan President Maithripala Srisena and this tie the letter deals with the plight of the displaced persons of Kepappulavu, located in the Mullaitivu district.

The Sorry Plight of  the People of  Kepappulavu
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