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    New jet giant leap towards self-reliance: President opens aircraft production ... KAMRA, April 5: President Gen Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday described the
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      New jet 'giant leap' towards self-reliance:
      President opens aircraft production
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      KAMRA, April 5: President Gen Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday
      described the launching of JF-17 thunder aircraft production
      project as a giant leap towards indigenization and self-reliance,
      saying Pakistan will maintain minimum level of defensive
      deterrence in both conventional and unconventional fields as it
      wants peace with dignity and honour.......(APP)

      http://www.dawn.com/cgi-bin/dina.pl?file=top1.htm&date=20050406

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      Pakistan, China sign treaty of friendship:
      Beijing's assurance to defend territorial integrity, sovereignty
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      ISLAMABAD, April 5: China on Tuesday held out a categorical
      assurance to Pakistan to defend its "sovereignty, independence and
      territorial integrity" as Prime Minister Wen Jiabao began a three-
      day visit to the country.

      The two countries signed 22 agreements to boost cooperation in
      defence, political, trade and economic areas after formal talks
      between Prime Minister Wen Jiabao and his Pakistani counterpart
      Shaukat Aziz.....(AFP/APP)

      http://www.dawn.com/cgi-bin/dina.pl?file=top2.htm&date=20050406

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      Asian cooperation 'beyond economics' urged
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      ISLAMABAD, April 5: Asian ministers on Tuesday called for
      cooperation that went beyond economics to achieve a genuine
      integration of the countries of their diverse region stretching
      from the Middle East to the Pacific.

      Singaporean Foreign Minister George Yeo told a seminar ahead of a
      meeting here of ministers from 26 Asian states that the future
      held great promise but also "huge problems and enormous
      challenges".....(Agencies)

      http://www.dawn.com/cgi-bin/dina.pl?file=top3.htm&date=20050406

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