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SAARC Summit from April 28-29.

THIMPHU, BHUTAN:Eight nations SAARC meeting of heads of government,Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are attending the Summit.The Summit will adopt a declaration - "Towards a Green and Happy South Asia", focusing on the problems relating to environment and climate change.First official possible meeting between the prime ministers of India and Pakistan here, Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Monday said the bilateral meeting cannot be ruled out."I am not ruling it out," Krishna said when asked if Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani during his visit here for the SAARC summit to be held on April 28 to 29.Observing that heads of states and governments are going to be under the same roof for the next couple of days for the multilateral meeting, the minister said there will be a number of bilateral meetings during the period."Let's wait and watch, how thi…