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India and Her Neighbours

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India and Her Neighbours
|The Indian subcontinent stands distinct from the rest of Asia. It is the most natural geographic   |
|unit that has developed a very distinctive culture. The countries of the Indian subcontinent are   |
|part of one of the most ancient living civilizations, where all religions, faiths, ideologies of   |
|the world live together.                                                                           |
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|India borders with Pakistan in the northwest, Tibet autonomous region of China and Nepal in the     |
|north, Bhutan in the northeast, Bangladesh and Burma in the east, and Sri Lanka and Maldives in the|
|south.                                                                                             |
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|TheSouth Asian Association for Regional Cooperation or SAARC was established with an idea of       |
|bringing about regional cooperation in South Asia. Consultations among the governments of seven     |
|South Asian countries - Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and     |
|subsequent meeting among the Foreign Ministers in New Delhi saw a formal launch of SAARC in 1983.   |
|It is now the largest Geo-economic bloc of the world with 1.2 billion people. SAARC aims at         |
|promoting peace, stability, amity and progress among the member nations. It recognizes the need for|
|increased cooperation, contact and exchanges among the member nations that will contribute to the   |
|promotion of friendship, understanding and harmony among its peoples.                               |
|The objectives of the association are:                                                             |
|To promote the welfare of the peoples of SOUTH ASIA and to improve their quality of life           |
|To accelerate...


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