'How can Kashmir be demilitarised if the terrorist threat remains and Pakistan continues to incite elements in Kashmir to keep the internal situation unstable?' asks former foreign secretary Kanwal Sibal. Exclusive to Rediff.com IMAGE: Mohammed Naved Yakub, a Pakistani terrorist from the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, who was captured after ambushing a Border Security Force convoy near Udhampur in August. True to form, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attacked India on Kashmir in his speech at ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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By Sunday, September 20th, 2015 By Subrata Kumar Mitra* Comments in the press on the cancelled trip of Mr Sartaj Aziz, Special Advisor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan, to Delhi to meet his Indian counterpart vary between a ...Eurasia Review, 2 weeks ago
Implosion of NSA-level talks underlines that Delhi needs to find language to speak to Pak generals. It won't be easy. It makes sense, now, for the Pakistan army to test Modi's resolve. It will, more likely than not, escalate tensions on the LoC ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
SO far there seem to be 12 South Asian candidates in B.C. running in this year's federal election for the three major political parties the NDP (four candidates), the Conservative Party (three candidates) and the Liberal Party (five candidates). ...Indo-Canadian Voice, 2 months ago
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