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Musharraf satisfied with talks

September 17, 2006 01:21 IST
Last Updated: September 19, 2006 12:49 IST


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Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf on Sunday said he was satisfied with the outcome of his talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Havana.

Addressing a joint media interaction with Dr Singh, Musharraf said, "I am very happy with the talks. Mohabbat Zindabad."

To a question if he would visit India, Musharraf said, "If invited, I will go."

The Pakistan president declined to take further questions, saying he could not renege on his assurance given to the Indian side.

 



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Sub: Musharraf satisfied with talks

I dont know why our prime minister is in such a hurry to find a solution for kashmir ...talking with Musharraf..India should wait to talk ...


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Sub: Mohabbat Zindabad! Well General Musharraf live up to your slogan...

PKL. Sunday, the 16th Sept.,2006. In case the gush and drool slogan such as Gen Musharraf made yesterday in Havana after one-one Meeting with PM ...


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Sub: One would like to slap our PM hard!

Grinning like an old fool about to get married to a young girl! And Musharaff always tends to act jovial at first before driving a ...


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