US Says: Solution to Afghan issue not possible without India's co-operation
Richard Holbrooke , US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, on Wednesday said that US is not negotiating India and Pakistan relations as Washington did not ask India to resume talks with Pakistan.
As per his latest remark, Baitullah Mehsud and Taliban as common threat to the region. He said that solution of Afghanistan issue is not possible without India's co-operation.
Holbrooke is also meeting Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon. Holbrooke is believed to have discussed ways in which New Delhi could cooperate in US efforts to "defeat" terrorism originating from Pakistan and Afghanistan.
she says, The India trip was planned over two years ago before the global financial recession.
"We are hoping that people would buy and all our artworks would be sold. Works by contemporary Indian painters here are much more expensive. It is just bad that the recession has struck now."
Manager Alfonso says, "We are bringing with us into this new market a collection of artwork that represents one of the oldest surviving culture and hope to sell here."
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