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First South Asian Senator

Mobina Jaffer

 India-Pakistan Dialogue to Continue

The expectations and euphoria generated initially by the Agra Summit petered out when India and Pakistan faced the reality on the ground, says Mushahid Hussain from Islamabad in an analysis for Inter Press Service. Read aslo "AHEAD OF INDIA-PAKISTAN SUMMIT"


1776-2001
July 4 is the US Independence Day.  The United States became the world's first modern democracy after its break with Great Britain (1776) and the adoption of a constitution (1789). 

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Why is South Asia one of the most impoverished regions? 
For the past decade, South Asia has been the second fastest-growing region in the world, after East Asia. Yet it remains one of the poorest regions. 45 percent of the population lives below the international poverty line of 1 dollar a day, comprising about 40 percent of the world's poor. Read more

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Dr. Asghar S. Nasir

No Creativity, no Progress
"In Pakistan, I have noticed the lack of inventive approaches and creative solutions to problems. Subsequently, there is a paucity of new and useful products. However, once Pakistan takes to an inventive and a creative way of thinking, the country's products will have a much greater chance to enter international market." Read more

The award-winning Executive Producer of CFMT-TV's ethnic productions, Madeline Ziniak, has been promoted to the position of Vice President, Station Manager of Multilingual TV for Eastern Canada for Rogers Media Television.  Ziniak's promotion represents the leadership that she has provided, not only for CFMT-TV's three stations, but her ongoing dedication to the continued growth of the station's multilingual / multicultural television programming. 
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Madeline Ziniak
Madeline Ziniak
Global Terrorism: Trend shifting to South Asia?
In the year 2000, South Asia remained a focal point for terrorism directed against the United States, further confirming the trend of terrorism shifting from the Middle East to South Asia. The Taliban continued to provide safehaven for international terrorists, particularly Osama Bin Ladin and his network, in the portions of Afghanistan it controlled. The government of Pakistan increased its support to the Taliban and continued its support to militant groups active in Indian-held Kashmir.    Read more

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