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06 May 2012

Publication Date : 06-05-2012

 

The opposition moves to oust Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, citing it's a battle for the rule of law and not a fight for power, reports Dawn. The Asian Development Bank ends the 45th meeting of its board of governors in Manila with key agreements signed by 13 Asian member-countries, says Philippine Daily Inquirer. Some of South Korea's largest mutual savings banks show signs of bank runs as the top financial regulator is expected to suspend the business of three of the 10 biggest savings banks, says The Korea Herald. Red shirts in Thailland call for an end to military coups, according to The Nation. Nepal inducts 12 Cabinet ministers, creating a "consensus government" joined by major political forces since the election of the Constituent Assembly in 2008, writes The Kathmandu Post.

 

 

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