Home About Us Feedback Download
     Advanced Search  
July 24, 2014
 India
National
Politics
Business
Sports
Sci-Tech
Entertainment
Travel
Health
Religion
Art - Culture
Diaspora
Education
 International
Pakistan
Rest of South Asia
Asia
Americas
Europe
Australasia
Gulf-Middle East
Africa
World
  Home » National   E-mail this to a friend   Printable version
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
New round of Iranian nuclear talks set in Turkey
3/31/2012 10:56:00 PM

Istanbul, March 31 (IANS) US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Saturday that Iran and six world powers have agreed to meet in the Turkish city of Istanbul on April 13 for a new round of talks on Iran's nuclear program.

Clinton made the announcement at a news conference Saturday following a security conference in Saudi Arabia.

An official from the Turkish foreign ministry told Xinhua on phone that they would listen to the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    E-mail this to a friend   Printable version
Top News
  Three prisoners reported killed i ...
  A.S.Durga Prasad elected new ICAI ...
  Sushma Swaraj, John Kerry to pres ...
  Goa Minister clarifies statement ...
  Pak terror threat very real, warn ...
  Doctors pull out 232 teeth from t ...
  Delegation from Aga Khan Foundati ...
  Unbeaten ton by Jayawardene helps ...
  Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt leads prot ...
  Goa Govt. lends support for India ...
 
World News
  Pakistan FS rejects Indian Army's ...
  Norway Mass murderer gives up vio ...
  MH17 black box reveals crucial da ...
  Israel-Gaza conflict: Israel may ...
  Algerian plane missing with 110 p ...
  India, China among top 'e-waste' ...
  Saudi Municipal elections 2015: w ...
  Paranoid Putin appoints full-time ...
  Video mocks North Korean dictator ...
  Pak father-son duo crash into Pac ...
 
Advertisement 
National|Politics|Business|Sports|Sci-Tech|Entertainment|Travel|Health|Religion|Art - Culture|Diaspora|Education|
Pakistan|Rest of South Asia|Asia|Americas|Europe|Australasia|Gulf-Middle East|Africa|World|
Help | Site Map | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Publishers

©2013 southasianews.com, All Rights Reserved
© 2013 Saavn LLC. All rights reserved.