Tag Archives: Pakistan India relations

A New Approach

By Hoss

Note: This article is response to a post by Gorki and I thought putting the whole things as another article would be a better idea.

Can India take a new initiative, a progressive initiative without being intimidated by the right wing and utterly regressive forces in Pakistan? Our Indian friend Gorki’s suggestion that India attempt to side step the military establishment in Pakistan and deal with people of Pakistan directly, imo, is a visionary and progressive approach in Pak-India relations. By now we know that Pakistan with heavy military influence over its foreign policy, is practically incapable of presenting any new initiative to improve relations with India or even Afghanistan. Continue reading

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Intelligence ?

By Yasser Latif Hamdani

I was  invited yesterday to a get together at the Islamabad Club by the Indian High Commission because- as I was informed by the political officer of the High Commission- of my articles on the life of Quaid-e-Azam Mahomed Ali Jinnah,  the founding father of Pakistan,  in particular my piece titled “The Future Belongs To Jinnah”.    I went wearing a Pakistani flag on my chest. Continue reading

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