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US actions against Pakistan: Win win for India
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US actions against Pakistan: Win win for India

'Bolstering India's conventional military capability against China is in America's strategic interest,' says military historian Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: An anti-US protest in Peshawar, Pakistan, December 12, 2017. Photograph: Fayaz Aziz/Reuters 2018 began dramatically for the Indian subcontinent. While some Indians were fighting over a 200-year-old battle, the American president decided to call the Pakistani bluff. In his characteristic style Donald J Trump accused Pakistan of ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Go back to Manmohan Singh-Pervez Musharraf formula for peace: Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri

Former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri on Friday suggested that the Manmohan Singh-Pervez Musharraf formula for diplomacy could still pave way for restoration of peace between India and Pakistan. He, however, blamed India for stalling the ...
 DNA1 month ago
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'US may help India in war against terror'

'If the US-Pakistan relationship continues to suffer, Pakistan may feel it has less to lose and decide that it need not keep a leash on LeT in order to appease America.''A tougher US policy toward Pakistan could lead to an emboldened and strengthened LeT and JeM, resulting in more terrorist attacks in India.' IMAGE: Muhammed Saeed, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist, addresses supporters at a protest in Rawalpindi, December 29, 2017, against the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's ...
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What India must worry about in 2018

'China's growing nexus with Pakistan and the two countries' unresolved territorial disputes with India continue to pose a formidable national security threat to India,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). IMAGE: Soldiers at an encounter with Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists in Kashmir, June 16, 2017.The soldiers were simultaneously battling stone pelters trying to distract the army and let the terrorists escape.Photograph: Umar Ganie for Rediff.com The polycentric new world order, which was ...
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A year back into nature

The extinction of wildlife would likely be caused not just by the greed of poachers, but equally by the rapacity of developers," writes Prerna Singh Bindra in her book The Vanishing: Indias Wildlife Crisis . The year 2017 has given ample proof of both - the ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Why is Pakistan rattled?

'Fearful of losing strategic advantage, the only option for Pakistan is to rattle its nuclear sabre!''Pakistan thereby hopes to play on the worldwide fear of an outbreak of nuclear war in South Asia,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Pakistan's nuclear-capable Hatf-VII cruise missile. Photograph: Reuters The cardinal rule about nuclear war is that it can never be won and therefore should never be fought. 'Deterrence' or the threat of use of nuclear weapons is the time tested strategy.
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ANSTEY's PLAN- Kashmir Federation supported by India and Pakistan

In April 1957, a LSE economist with an India expertise—Vera Anstey —came up with an action plan to settle the raging Kashmir dispute, just as a jailed Sheikh Abdullah’s wingman Mirza Afzal Mohammed Beg, heading the Plebiscite Front began to rage against ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Global Economy - World trade order in a wobble as Washington snubs WTO status quo

By Michael Nienaber BERLIN (Reuters) - The frustration of Roberto Azevedo was evident when, as director general of the World Trade Organization, he summed up the results of a three-day ministerial conference in Buenos Aires in the past week. There were simply ...
 Sify1 month ago

1971 War: What happened before Pakistan's public surrender to India

Lt Gen Niazi signing the Instrument of Surrender as Lt Gen Aurora looks on. Standing immediately behind from L to R: Vice Admiral Krishnan, Air Marshal Dewan, Lt Gen Sagat Singh, Maj Gen JFR Jacob (with Flt Lt Krishnamurthy peering over his shoulder). Veteran ...
 Sify1 month ago

Best Books of 2017: My Choice

MJ AKBAR, AUTHOR AND MINISTER OF STATE FOR EXTERNAL AFFAIRS The oldest advertisement for travel claims that it broadens the mind. The anonymous chap who thought this up was probably referring to culture, architecture and possibly a variety of victuals he ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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