Though it may sound incredible given the latest diplomatic debacle, India and Pakistan had come close to an agreement on the most contentious issue of Kashmir a few years ago. It is yet another story of the lost opportunities that have afflicted ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago
The story of a lost opportunity - DAWN Group, 1 month ago
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'The Modi government's pusillanimity vis-a-vis Pakistan makes almost certain that India will, in the coming weeks and months, be confronted with cross border terrorist actions of increasing intensity,' warns Ambassador Satish Chandra, former deputy national security adviser. The meeting between the Indian and Pakistani national security advisers scheduled for August 23-24 in New Delhi to be followed thereafter by meetings of the two Director General of Military Operations and the heads of the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'Dulat's professional successors in the game would now find it that much harder to access/create meaningful sources/assets needed for effective functioning in a place like Kashmir.' 'By blowing their cover the former top spy has undone whatever he might have been able to add to his organisation's resource kitty,' says veteran Kashmiri commentator Mohammad Sayeed Malik. Kashmir is India's perpetual work in progress. And Pakistan's too. Retrospective documentation of men and matters, in the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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