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South Asia summit ends with little progress

Sri Lankan President Rajapakse and Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala
SOUTH Asian leaders signed an agreement to improve cross-border energy trade in the power-starved region on Thursday (November 27), as a summit overshadowed by India and Pakistan's rivalry ended with little progress towards regional integration. The prime minister of host country Nepal said the achievements of the South Asian Association for Regional Coope...

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