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Krishna meets Khar in Tokyo


Krishna meets Khar in Tokyo

Indian external affairs minister S M Krishna met his Pakistan counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar on Sunday (July 8, 2012) in Tokyo on the sidelines of a conference for Afghanistan and reportedly spoke tough on the issue of anti-India terror activities on the neighbouring country's soil.


2012-07-08






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