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13 January 2013

Publication Date : 13-01-2013

 

Thousands of protesters ready to unleash their 'Fury' in Taipei today, with opposition leaders promising more actions to come, including a recall motion against President Ma Ying-jeou, The China Post says. Dhaka-Moscow deal on defence purchase, nuclear power plant likely to be inked, during Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's four-day official visit to Russia beginning tomorrow, according to The Daily Star. Indian and Pakistan troops trade gunfire afresh along the Line of Control in Poonch sector after the movement of suspected infiltrators was detected, The Statesman reports. Thai media body urges army to stop intimidation, after second protest by soldiers at paper that describes army chief as 'lousy' leader over his handling of the Preah Vihear Temple dispute with Cambodia, The Nation says. Philippine President Aquino anxious about peace and order in this election year in the face of the recent surge in criminality, Philippine Daily Inquirer reports.


 

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