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Domestic Politicking In Pakistan: It's Not Cricket  Analysis
Eurasia Review

Domestic Politicking In Pakistan: It's Not Cricket Analysis

By IPCS By Sushant Sareen For someone whose understanding of politics is limited to drawing banal cricketing analogies, the phrase it's not cricket aptly describes the sort of politics Imran Khan is indulging in these days. His threat ... Eurasia Review, 1 week ago

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Rescue Pakistan Chorus Is Back Again Analysis

By IDSA By Sushant Sareen From the media in India it would appear that the attack by Taliban terrorists on the Karachi airport is the tipping point which would pave the way for India and Pakistan to work together against the scourge of ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago

Rise and rise of ISIS Implications for India and the world

ist group's emphasis on sectarian thinking will widen divisions in Islamic society, including in India which has the third largest concentration of Muslims in the world, leading to unprecedented violence and bloodshed Dr Ashok Behuria ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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The Vaidik-Saeed affair is a wake-up call for Modi's government

'There are all sorts of characters moving around acting as unofficial representatives of the government and engaging in their own personal foreign policy initiatives.''Clearly, the government needs to shut these characters down if it wants to continue enjoying any credibility, both domestically and internationally,' says Sushant Sareen. The meeting between internationally designated terrorist chieftain Mohammad Saeed and an Indian journalist and political operator, Dr V P Vaidik, in Lahore has ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Narendra Modi meets the neighbours

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spent much of his first day in office getting to know India's neighbours, holding a series of unprecedented one-on-one meetings with regional leaders on Tuesday. He handed out some unexpectedly tough messages for some ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Consulate attack: foreign policy test for Modi?

Friday's terrorist attack on the Indian consulate in the western Afghanistan city of Heart is threatening to turn into Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi's first major foreign policy test, with concerns over possible Pakistani involvement in the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Three get 15-year jail in drug peddling case

Tribune News Service Chandigarh, May 22 Setting a deterrent for others, a local court today sentenced three persons to 15 years imprisonment in a case of drug peddling. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 2 lakh each on the three convicts. The ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago
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Modi-fying India-Pakistan relations

To be sure, Modi is no Vajpayee; at least that is the impression he gives. However, this doesn’t mean that he will be looking for a fight. All it means is that if Pakistan seeks a fight, he will not back down. What it also means is that the pusillanimous approach of the previous governments to ceaseless provocations from Pakistan will probably change, says Sushant Sareen. Given the decades of hostility between India and Pakistan, animosity and prejudice is entirely understandable; even ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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