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Bilateral Current Affairs inJune 2010
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Bilaterial Current Affairs in June 2010

Bilateral Current Affairs inJune 2010

India and Canada signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement in Toronto. Witnessing the event was Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper.
           
       
The joint exercises are conducted by the air forces of India, France and Singapore by the name The Garuda 2010 at Istres air base in France.
           

       
The first-ever meeting of the Home Ministers between India and Pakistan took place after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks with the visit of Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram with his Pakistani counterpart, Rehman Malik in Islamabad.
           
       

The Planning Commission estimated four percent growth in the agriculture sector during the XII Plan (2012-17).
           
       
The Representation of the People`s (Amendment) Bill aimed at NRIs for voting rights in India was cleared by a GoM headed by Defence Minister A.K. Antony and is likely to be presented soon before the Cabinet.

           
       
During the summit-level meeting of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and visiting South African President Jacob Zuma both countries signed three pacts pertaining to air services, agriculture and contacts between their think tanks and agreed to support each other`s candidature in the elections to the rotating non-permanent seats of the United Nations Security Council.
           

India and Pakistan have resolved at the meeting of the Permanent Indus Water Commission in Delhi, the issue of water flows in the Chenab River being affected during the initial filling of the Baglihar dam. Pakistan has decided not to raise the matter further.
   


 

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