Time to de-escalate Kashmir conflict

In the conflict between India and Pakistan on Kashmir some new rights have been established by India in case Pakistan continues to train terrorists and send them into Jammu and Kashmir to disturb peace  with the help of local militants. These rights include hitting terrorist camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir…

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Will Indo-Pak Tensions Affect Bilateral Trade?

In the 21st century, no country wants a full scale war, leave alone even a limited engagement militarily to exert ones armed superiority overthe other in a game of sabre rattling or muscle flexing.  India withdrew the Most Favoured Nation treatment (MFN) status accorded to Pakistan in trade soon after…

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Tension grows between India and Pakistan after Pulwama attack

Feb 25: Tragedy enacted at Pulwama in Jammu & Kashmir on 14 February by a Pakistan based terrorist outfit-Jaish-e-Mohammad in which over 40 CPRF personnel died seems to be a God-gifted boon to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP.

Before Pulwama happened, majority of political…

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Erring Governor

The BJP has failed in fulfilling its Constitutional duties by not acting against Tathagata Roy’s anti-Kashmiri remarks

It has almost become routine now for the nation to expect directives from the Supreme Court on what should have been an easy enough executive function of the State, to protect…

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