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'Simla pact doesn't supersede UN resolutions on Kashmir'

Simla agreement can't override UN resolutions

Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Tasnim Aslam was asked if Pakistan was ready to look beyond its stated position as India says the UN resolutions do not stand because of the Simla agreement. Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Tasnim Aslam on ... The Hindu, 2 months ago

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McMahon Line turns 100, historians to discuss 'Simla Accord'

SHIMLA: It was 100 years back when Sir Henry McMahon drew the "McMahon Line" as the Sino-Indian border at a meeting here. In its centenary year, a group of historians and members of Himalayan Committee for Action on Tibet (HCAT) would sit together ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

The 30 year war over Siachin

Alarm bells have startedringing as the 30 years of war over the Siachin glacier have caused melting of the world's biggest glacier at an unusual speed. If it dissolves towards the mid-twenty first century, it will not only ravage India, Pakistan and ...
 Daily Times17 hours ago Thirty-year hostility over Siachen  Frontier Post2 days ago
The Express Tribune

Making peace with the mirrors

Mushar­raf's uncann­y gift of discor­d notwit­hstand­ing it is our readin­ess to divide all the time worrie­s me most. The writer is an Islamabad-based TV journalist and tweets @FarrukhKPitafi There is no villain greater than ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Kashmir: Can third party mediation work?

From time to time Pakistan calls upon the US to help resolve the Kashmir issue. The request was renewed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during his meeting with the US secretary of state on the sidelines of the recent nuclear security summit in The ...
 Kashmir Observer2 weeks ago Third-party mediation on Kashmir  Frontier Post3 weeks ago

PPP workers won't tolerate bigots: Zardari

ISLAMABAD/LARKANA - Former president Asif Ali Zardari has said that treading in the footsteps of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who rejected appeasement to save his life, the party workers have rejected the policy of appeasement and 'vow to fight the forces ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Asif Ali Zardari vows to fight forces of regression and bigotry  Pakistan People's Party2 weeks ago Asif Ali Zardari vows to forces of regression  Frontier Post2 weeks ago Zardari vows to fight forces of regression and bigotry  Frontier Post2 weeks ago
Times of India

It wasn't China, but Nehru who declared 1962 war: Australian journalist Neville Maxwell

Two weeks ago, the Australian journalist Neville Maxwell finally made part of the Henderson Brooks report public, by putting it up on his blog. The report was an internal Indian Army enquiry into its rout in the 1962 war with China — Maxwell was ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago India was the aggressor in 1962, not China, says Neville Maxwell  India Today2 weeks ago Indian FM: We have friendly relations with all Gulf states  Asharq Al Awsat1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Henderson Brooks Report On 1962 War: Secrecy An Ostrich Act Analysis

By Professor B. R. Deepak There is nothing new about the Henderson Brooks- P S Bhagat Report, the only fact that is established by Neville Maxwell by uploading it on his website is that he indeed possessed a copy as was widely believed, for he ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago

Indira mistakes cost India dearly

t must be conceded that in the field of foreign policy Jawaharlal Nehru's daughter Indira Gandhi was more astute than her father. While she must be given full credit for bringing freedom and democracy to Bangladesh, the debits she left behind ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Shimla celebrates 150 years of summer capital

Once a village that served as the summer capital of British India between 1864 and 1939 and as the seat of the Himachal Pradesh government subsequently, is all set to walk down memory lane of being known as the 'Queen of the Hills' for 150 years. ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Shimla celebrates 150 years of 'summer capital'  News Track India1 month ago Shimla: 150 years of 'summer capital'  Day After India1 month ago
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