Tanvir Khan

Member of the Board of Directors, Council of Pakistan-American Affairs

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Member of the Board of Directors of COPAA, the Council of Pakistan-American Affairs

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is  on her way  to South Asia for talks with the governments of India and Pakistan.  But the consequences of last week's terror attacks in Mumbai…

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