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Khaki is back in vogue in Pakistan
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Khaki is back in vogue in Pakistan

The ongoing political crisis in Pakistan has reaffirmed the critical role of the Army in the country's polity. It has again exposed the politicians who have always failed to govern well, rise above petty power games and not be manipulated by the ... Livemint.com, 4 weeks ago

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India Today, 2 months ago

Spot The Real Narendra Modi

Parley Vous Pak dignitaries have long met Hurriyat leaders on their visits 1995 Pakistan president Farooq Leghari meets Kashmiri separatist leaders Jul 2001 Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf engages with Hurriyat representatives before ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
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Despite India's protests, Pakistan envoy meets Kashmir separatists

Basit's meetings came a day after India called off the foreign secretary-level talks scheduled for 25 August in Islamabad to register a strong protest against the envoy engaging with Kashmir separatists. Photo: AFP New Delhi : The Pakistan high ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Modi has drawn a red line in diplomacy between Indo-Pak

NEW DELHI: The abrupt cancellation of the Indo-Pak talks marks a new phase in the proactive foreign policy drive initiated by New Delhi ever since the BJP-led dispensation came to power in May, and the move could hold the key to how the Narendra ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Indo-Pak talks: PM draws red line in diplomacy | View: Govt's 'Hurriyat or us' tactic  Economic Times1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Track 2 Keeping the IndoPak conversation going

In early 2009, a few months after the Mumbai attacks, a group of Indians and Pakistanis met in Bangkok. The group included retired military and intelligence officers, ex-diplomats, editors, academics, and select politicians. At a time when India was ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Track 2: Keeping the Indo-Pak conversation going  Hindustan Times2 months ago

He Who Couldn't Keep Quiet

Backchannel negotiations and Track-II diplomacy are par for the diplomatic course when leaders of countries want to achieve breakthroughs in bilateral relations. Editors and senior journalists are often part of this process, as informal couriers of ...
 Outlook India2 months ago

Modi: A sober leader willing to take initiatives

By Vivek Katju Style, substance, image, content, ideology and above all domestic power define a leader on the world stage. The reports from Brazil indicate that Modi has succeeded in conveying that he is a confident, thoughtful and forward looking ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Opinion: PM will be taken seriously after BRICS meet  Economic Times2 months ago
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