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A Fresh Look At Kashmir  OpEd
Eurasia Review

Pak says never accepted Kashmir's accession to India

Summary India's stand is that UNMOGIP's role has been overtaken by the Simla Agreement. Upping its ante, Pakistan on Thursday asserted that it had never accepted Kashmir's accession to India saying that the UNSC mandate remains till the ... Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
A Fresh Look At Kashmir OpEd Eurasia Review, 5 days ago
New Kashmir policy needed Pakistan Observer, 2 weeks ago

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India Today

Panchsheel Agreement hurt India, says Dr Sanat Kaul

ice-President Hamid Ansari paid a visit to Beijing to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Panchsheel Agreement with China. It may be recalled this Agreement trumped by Nehru has been the source and beginning of the greatest disaster of Indian ...
 India Today4 weeks ago 60th Anniversary Of The Panchsheel: China's Stand On Border Then And Now Analysis  Eurasia Review4 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Budgetary season: India asks UN observer group to vacate govt office

Says UN Milita­ry Observ­er Group in India and Pakist­an's role has outliv­ed mandat­e, overta­ken by Simla Agreem­ent. An Indian policeman guards the main gate of the United Nations Military Observer Group in Indian ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago UN says Only UNSC can scrap UNMOGIP  Kashmir Observer3 days ago Indian disrespect to UN body  Pakistan Observer4 days ago India belittles the UN  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago
Eurasia Review

The McMahon Line: A Hundred Years On Analysis

By IDSA By R. S. Kalha On 3rd July 1914 nearly a hundred years ago at Simla, Tibet and India signed the Simla Convention that gave birth to the McMahon Line separating Tibet from India in the eastern sector. Although the Convention ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago

LoC must be seen as ?border? to resolve Kashmir issue: PM?s special envoy

“After three wars and long periods of disagreements, it is essential that any agreement must ensure that the Line of Control is like a border between any two normal states. There can be no redrawing of borders," Lambah said while addressing a seminar ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

Significance of UNMOGIP

- When under duress, India enters into international obligations, and as soon as the conditions tend to relax, it sets out to erode the mandate of such arrangements. Kashmir issue was taken to the UN by India on January 01, 1948; and it accepted to ...
 Pakistan Observer2 days ago

Bilateral Talks: Pakistan Seeks 'Common Ground'

Islamabad: Pakistan today expressed hope that next month's foreign secretary-level talks would help in finding "common ground" for the resolution of differences with India. A day after it was decided that the two nations' foreign secretaries would ...
 NDTV1 week ago Pak hopes for 'common ground' at foreign secy talks with India  Business Standard India1 week ago Pakistan Hopes for 'Common Ground' at Foreign Secretary Talks with India  NDTV1 week ago Pak hopes for 'common ground' at talks with India  Economic Times1 week ago
Assam Tribune

Tibet solution will end Sino-India border row

R Dutta Choudhury Dr Lobsang Sangay DHARAMSHALA, July 22 It will be difficult to find a permanent solution to the border disputes between India and China without solving the issues relating to Tibet. This was the observation made by the Tibetan ...
 Assam Tribune1 week ago

Is Dislocation of UN Office a Path to Insaniyat' (Humanity) or a Broken Promise?

World Kashmir Awareness Washington, DC On July 8, 2014, a spokesman of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, made a formal statement saying, As far as we (India) are concerned the UNMOGIP (United Nations Military Observer Group in India & ...
 Pakistan Link1 week ago 'Insaaniyat' of dislocating UN Office?  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago A path to Insaniyat or a broken promise?  Kashmir Observer2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

LoC Ceasefire Violations: Will It Ever End?

Ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops at LoC in Kashmir. Reuters In yet another ceasefire violation along the border in Jammu, a soldier was killed on Wednesday. Despite efforts from Indian government to settle disputes, there have been constant ...
 International Business Times India2 weeks ago
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