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2/17/2017

Pakistan      76 persons killed and 250 others injured in suicide attack at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in Sindh
Pakistan      Four Policemen among five persons killed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Pakistan      Three Army personnel killed in IED explosion in Balochistan
Pakistan      Two FC personnel injured in terrorist attack on Pak-Afghan border in FATA
India      Militants decamp worth INR 304,000 from Bank in Jammu and Kashmir
Bangladesh      Five JMB militants arrested in Dhaka city
India      Four NSCN-IM militants arrested in Manipur
India      Relative of Naxal leader arrested in Maharashtra
India      ULFA-I militant arrested in Assam
India      Enforcement Directorate arrests Zakir Naik's close aide Aamir Gazdar
India      IS operative arrested by NIA
India      48-hour bandh cripples life in Tripura
India      Bandh continue in Nagaland
India      Fourth round of Mizoram Government and HPC-D peace talks deferred
Pakistan      Afghan officials summoned to GHQ, asked to handover 76 'most wanted' terrorists
Pakistan      Government seeks three-year extension in tenure of military courts
Nepal      Task Force suggests increasing number of local bodies in Province 2
Nepal      UN Resident Coordinator urges international standards for transitional justice bodies
Sri Lanka      UN and EU pledge to promote reconciliation between all communities in Sri Lanka
India      Al-Qaeda using US preoccupation with IS to spread to India, says report
India      Madhya Pradesh spy racket reveals ISI's 'plan-60' in India, reveals ATS
India      Locals under pressure from ultras, says CRPF IG (Operations) Zulfiquar Hasan
Sri Lanka      Committed to establish fair and transparent judicial system in country, says President Maithripala Sirisena







 
India
Fourth round of Mizoram Government and HPC-D peace talks deferred

The Home Department officials of the State said that the fourth round of peace talks between the Mizoram Government and the Hmar People’s Convention-Democratic (HPC-D) had been deferred against the earlier schedule which was scheduled to be held in the second week of February, reports The Morung Express on February 16. The exact date for talks could not, however, be decided, but it is likely to take place in the last week of February, officials added. Meanwhile, Lalthalien, a Church leader from Manipur who headed the HPC-D delegation in the first and the second rounds of parleys said that the State Government has agreed in principle to fulfill a ‘five-point charter of demands’ put forth by HPC-D and HPC-D leaders are optimistic about the outcome of the peace talks.

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