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There are several other ways to isolate Pakistan.
The fresh attack comes after terrorists attacked the Indian Army and BSF camps in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir, in which a BSF personnel was killed.
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The world order seems to be on the cusp of a major transformation. A potential power realignment seems to slowly shaping up with a hitherto unlikely combination (at least partly) of Ru ia, China and P...
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Modi’s speech seeking to reshape public opinion on Pakistan is a potential game-changer.
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"War or no war" seemed like the only two po ible options ever since 18 September Uri attack happened. While some argued for "hot pursuit" in the form of military strikes on terror bases within Pakista...
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Kashmir can be turned into India's crowning achievement, worthy of a great people. But it will take some fresh thinking. After 70 years of failed policies, three wars with Pakistan, and more than 40,0...
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In a recent interview to The Wire, former RAW chief A.S. Dulat suggested that the only way to solve the Kashmir imbroglio is through dialogue, not aggression. I submit that Mr. Dulat's statements in this context are meaningless clichés and platitudes. They are totally superficial, and reflect little understanding of the realities of the Kashmir problem. Those who think that mere political dialogue can resolve the Kashmir problem are living in a fool's paradise. They do not know what is really happening. So, let me explain.
If I am thus troubled, and say we must find a way to deal with Kashmir and its people with empathy and understanding, and better crowd control methods, and minimize the use of the pellet gun in the face of protests, as I would say if this were done in any other state that is an integral part of India, say Orissa or Bengal, Punjab or Gujarat, how do I suddenly become pro-Pakistan and a traitor?
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As India makes a strong bid for membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Chinese President Xi Jinping and is understood to have sought China's support for it,...
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A week after Pakistan High Commi ioner Abdul Basit said that the peace proce is "suspended" with India, Pakistan's foreign ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria on Thursday said the door for negotiations...
Following the Pakistani Joint Investigation Team’s India visit to probe into the Pathankot airbase attack that killed seven Indian soldiers, an investigation team from India will now visit the neighbo...
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NEW DELHI-- A US-made helium-filled balloon that was shot down by a Sukhoi-30 fighter aircraft over Rajasthan had po ibly come from Pakistan and could have been an attempt to gauge India's response ti...
There are some warm feelings for Pakistan in India, following our neighbour's arrest of Maulana Masood Azhar and 12 other suspects in the Pathankot terror attack. However, I would like to argue that it's too premature to be so jubilant. There's a very high possibility of this action turning into a routine formality or political eyewash. Further, I argue that this must be the last chance for Pakistan to prove its credibility.