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11/10/2012

Pakistan      Six militants and one soldier killed in FATA
India      Four militants killed, two injured as SFs foil major infiltration attempt in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Four killed as Maoists attack Police van in Jharkhand
Pakistan      Three people killed in separate acts of violence in Karachi
Pakistan      Hazara Shia killed in sectarian attack in Balochistan
Pakistan      Tribal Elder killed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Maoists kill local Congress leader in Andhra Pradesh
India      GNLA attacks East Garo Hills Police chief's house in Meghalaya
Bangladesh      13 JeI-ICS cadres arrested with books, leaflets and CDs in Rajshahi and Sylhet Districts
India      Four Maoists get life imprisonment in Chhattisgarh
India      NIA gets custody of Dawood Ibrahim aide Tahir Merchant in 2008 FICN case
India      NDFB extortion on rise in Baksa District of Assam
India      BSF submits list of militant camps to BGB
Pakistan      Punjab declares high alert for Muharram
India      NNC-NA wary of NSCN-IM-Centre accord
Nepal      19 political forces to announce anti-Government protests
Sri Lanka      Sri Lanka's PC system needs changes for more meaningful devolution, says President Mahinda Rajapaksa
Pakistan      Military operation against militants in tribal areas to be the last option, says PPP Provincial President Anwar Saifullah Khan
Pakistan      Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni seeks Pakistan's apology for 1971 war crimes
Pakistan      No clash among institutions, says Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf







 
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Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni seeks Pakistan's apology for 1971 war crimes

Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister, Dipu Moni during a meeting in Dhaka with Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, on November 9, asked her to apologise for war crimes allegedly committed by the army during Bangladesh’s bloody liberation struggle in 1971, reports Daily Times. “The Foreign Minister has raised the 1971 issue and expected that Pakistan would apologise at one stage,” said Banglasdesh Foreign Secretary Mijarul Quayes “There are some unresolved issues between the two Governments and she expects that Pakistan would come forward to resolve them,” Quayes added. “The Pakistani Foreign Minister said that they have regretted in different forms in the past and that it was time to move forward,” Quayes said.

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