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War and peace: India's formal abandonment of strategic restraint takes South Asia into uncharted waters
DNA India

War and peace: India's formal abandonment of strategic restrai...

India's apparent retaliation across the Line of Control in Kashmir in response to the vicious attack on its troops by Pakistan-based terrorists, has the potential of fundamentally changing the dynamic of India-Pakistan relations. For many years, ... DNA India, 1 hour ago

Kashmir Issue: a legal insight

Islamabad - On 15th August, 1947, the suzerainty of the British lapsed and Jammu and Kashmir became an independent state. Moreover, the partition of the subcontinent gave states located therein political and legal freedom to accede to either of the ...
 The Nation Pakistan5 days ago A tale of two countries- or is it?  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Battle for India's soul  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Kashmir a land that can't be suppressed

Decades of violence and repressive tactics have left the region volatile After that Kargil happened, cross border terrorism by jihadis gave India an edge to tell the world that Pakistan by sponsoring cross border terrorism is an aggressor.
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago

Kashmir: War needs to be ruled out

Masked Kashmiri protesters shout pro-freedom and anti-India slogans during a protest against civilian killings in Srinagar. -AFP Though the whole of Jammu and Kashmir, including PoK, belongs to India, the only solution for India and Pakistan is to respect the ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

STATE COUNSELLORS FOREIGN POLICY BLUNDER: Tibet, Xinjiang and China-Myanmar Joint Statement

Generally, the China-Myanmar Joint Press Release or Statement of 20 August 2016 is seen as a diplomatic procedure normally issued after the end of a country's leaders visit. But a closer look at it revealed a controversial issue that has been ...
 English.Panglong.org3 weeks ago

In China's Security Lap, Pakistan Can Turn Even More Roguish OpEd

By Lt Gen P.C. Katoch* When Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh speaking at the recent SAARC Home and Interior Ministers Conference in Islamabad stated, if we are to rid ourselves of terrorism, we will have to genuinely believe that attempts to ...
 Eurasia Review4 weeks ago
NDTV

How Rajnath Singh's Visit Has Given Pak The Clear Upper Hand

Kudos to Home Minister Rajnath Singh on having transformed SAARC into the South Asian Association for Regional Confrontation. He had no constructive aims. He only wanted to show naive and impressionable Indian saffronites that he had the chutzpah ...
 NDTV1 month ago Opinion: How Rajnath Singh's Visit Has Given Pak The Clear Upper Hand  NDTV1 month ago

With Adolf Hitler watching 80 years ago in Berlin, Coloradan Glenn Morris won Olympic decathlon and renown

On Aug. 8, 1936, bells went off on teletype machines in newsrooms around the world. It was mid-morning in Denver. For those subscribing to the United Press wire service, this two-paragraph bulletin came across first, from sports editor Stuart ...
 Denver Post1 month ago

No trust left between India and Pakistan

Conflating one's personal calamity — a micro-level experience of literally grave proportions — with an unsavoury macro-level development should be, ideally, avoided. It's, at best, hazardous. However, there comes a moment when avoiding it ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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