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In the steps of a monk

A Tang Dynasty monk's historical journey from China to India during the 7th century is recaptured in a photo exhibition which traces the epic journey through unchartered frontiers.

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Al-Qaeda group targets Europe for attacks

An al-Qaeda-linked group vowed to renew attacks on Europe and urged Muslims to flee once Osama bin Laden's three-month truce ends on July 15, two Arabic-language newspapers reported yesterday.

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Hindu zealots begin risky Kashmir pilgrimage

Some 100 Hindu zealots left Thursday for a shrine in troubled Kashmir without security in defiance of the government, which said it would lack resources to protect the pilgrimage until mid-July.

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India and Pakistan reach pact

Nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan agreed yesterday to notify each other before testing missiles, to open consulates and to work towards settling their five-decade dispute over Kashmir and other bilateral issues.

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India and Pakistan hold talks to tackle Kashmir row

India and Pakistan hold talks yesterday to tackle their dispute over Kashmir, a row that is at the centre of enmity between the South Asian neighbours and has evaded a solution for more than half a century.

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Britons arrive in Kuwait

Eight British servicemen arrived on Friday after being released by Teheran following their arrest when they strayed into Iranian waters, a British forces spokesman said.

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Deal to reopen consulates

India and Pakistan have agreed to reopen consulates after a decade in their largest cities, Bombay and Karachi, in the latest thaw in tensions between the rival neighbours, a report said yesterday.

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India and Pakistan begin talks

India and Pakistan began talks on Saturday on ways to reduce the risk of nuclear war for the first time since the neighbours became nuclear powers in 1998 and two years after they edged to the brink of war.

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Peace process faces slow death

THE peace process between nuclear-armed neighbours India and Pakistan is in danger of dying a slow death, analysts say, with the new Congress-led government in Delhi neither inclined nor able to compromise over Kashmir.


Displaced and defenceless

The Vietnamese boat people are long gone on but it doesn't mean that there are no more refugees in our midst. Malaysia, like many other countries, continues to be a reluctant refuge to people forced by conflict and persecution to flee their homeland, report MENG YEW CHOONG inconjuction with World Refugee Day today.