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11/15/2012

Pakistan      Eight persons killed in separate incidents of target killing in Sindh
India      Two infiltrators, three Army personnel killed as Army foils another infiltration attempt in Nowgam sector of Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan      Five militants killed in FATA
India      Five Maoists killed in Odisha
India      Three civilians killed and six others injured in different incidents in Assam
Pakistan      Three persons including son of BRP spokesman killed in Balochistan
India      PLFI cadres kill two persons in Jharkhand
Bangladesh      51 more JeI-ICS cadres arrested across Bangladesh
Pakistan      Five TTP militants arrested, claims Punjab Police
Sri Lanka      UN chief admits agency's failures in Sri Lanka to protect civilians
India      Interpol issues Red Corner notice against HuJI operative Mohammad Abdul Majeed
Pakistan      ISAF and Pakistani army to cooperate over Pakistan-Afghanistan border, says ISPR press release
Bangladesh      Nothing can stop war crimes trial, says PM Sheikh Hasina
India      Theft of arms and ammunition threat to Police force, says Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio
India      Manipur cannot be divided by any demand, says Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam
Nepal      Government determined to present budget, says UCPN-M chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal
Pakistan      10 mid-ranking Taliban leaders released in the first batch as a gesture of goodwill and support for peace process, reveal sources







 
Pakistan
ISAF and Pakistani army to cooperate over Pakistan-Afghanistan border, says ISPR press release

Deputy Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Lieutenant General Nick Carter met on November 14 with Chief of the General Staff Pakistan Army General Waheed Arshad in the latest of a series of engagements aimed to bolster the military-to-military relationship between and ISAF and Pakistan, as well as collaboration to bring peace and security to the Afghan-Pakistan region, reported The Express Tribune quoting a press release from the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).

Carter and Arshad discussed their mutually shared goals to promote stability in the region, including pressuring militant groups and strengthening cross border cooperation along the Pak-Afghan Border. “ISAF and Pakistan are committed to peace and security on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, so these discussions are very important,” Carter said. “We are committed to achieving enduring solutions to security issues.”

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