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What's the Big Fuss over Khar's fashion?
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As an overseas citizen of Indian origin, I am glad and welcome the present dialogue between Krishna and Khar.   Both leaders should be lauded for the bold initiative, which was perhaps long overdue.  Let us have faith that the dialogue will help mend fences and bring the two countries closer in all respects.  Most of all, let peace and prosperity prevail on both sides and let the two nations set an example as the best neighbours in the world.

As far as the fuss over Khar's fashion is concerned, politics aside, while not every women is endowed with these qualities, I think in today's world, it is the perogative of every women to be smart, elegant, graceful, and of course beautiful at all times.

28-Jul-2011
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Article Comment hi vino
I am here my greeting from morocco
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malika ouzrare
01/03/2013
Article Comment Hello vino
malika ajdour
10/19/2012
Article Comment It may be harsh but we just ignoring FACTS OF HISTORY what abt VISHKANYA and nature of pakistan, rulling elite is not in majority in Pakistan and majority of population hates INDIA LIKE ANY THING. IT WILL NEVER BE POSSIBLE TO HAVE POISONESS SNAKES BECAME DOCILE THAT IS ONLY POSSIBLE IF U HAVE STRENGTH TO BREAK HIS TEETHS.
r k gaur
07/28/2011
 
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