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What the Myanmar raid signals to Pakistan
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What the Myanmar raid signals to Pakistan

Jammu, June 16 -- Colonel Anil A Athale (retd) "In the short to medium term, the Myanmar raid will impose caution on Pakistan in planning another 26/11-like adventure. As a result of this caution, even if the proxy war ebbs, it will reduce the ... HT Syndication, 1 month ago
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Why peace with Pakistan is difficult, if not impossible

  'For a long time Pakistan dreamt that India would break up and that it would be the predominant power in the region,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). The Indian and Pakistani prime ministers met at Ufa in Russia on the sidelines of an international summit and decided to resume dialogue. Indians have seen this drama of talks alternated by tensions or a terrorist attack in India so many times that it is difficult to be optimistic this time. Why is it so difficult for the two neighbours ...
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Development will have 0 effect on separatism

  'Our experience in Nagaland and Kashmir for the last 60 years has shown our insanity, defined by Albert Einstein as doing the same thing again and again and yet expecting different results,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). The last several weeks have seen repeated instances of Indian citizens in Kashmir raising Pakistani flags at public meetings. Some months ago there was the case of lynching of a non-Naga Indian, who was pulled out of prison, in Dimapur, Nagaland, on a mere ...
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Can Modi and Xi 'reset' Sino-Indian ties?

'China's excessive military aid to Pakistan is the real elephant in the room as far as Sino-Indian relations are concerned. India should be confident enough to accept a degree of closeness between China and Pakistan, since China may wish to use this link for its foray into the Muslim world.' 'But the Chinese must be realistic enough to know that as time passes, the tactic of using Pakistan as a proxy to check India will yield diminishing returns. The US tried it for 60 years but failed, so will ...
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We don't need religious freedom lectures from the US

'Your constant reiteration on the lack of religious freedom in India has sown doubts about the kind of information that you are being fed and based on which you seem to be making adverse references to India and its tradition of religious tolerance.' Dear members of US Commission on International Religious Freedom, It has become a virtual annual ritual for you to bash India in your report. We understand your zeal to promote a 'Flat Earth' ideology or encourage the harvesting of poor souls in ...
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