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भारत-पाक संबंध 2017 में भी तल्ख रहने की संभावना

2017 आजादी का 70वां वर्ष है और भारत तथा पाकिस्तान के बीच बंटवारे का भी। 69वें वर्ष यानी 2016 में दोनों द

Indo-Pak Ties Likely to Remain Fraught in 2017

2017 marks the 70th year of Independence and the ‘Great Divide’ between India and Pakistan. The 69th year – 2016 – saw a steep deterioration in the already not so normal state of relations between the two countries and it is high

Indus Waters Treaty Revisited

Recognising the need to impose costs on Pakistan for its relentless export of terrorism to India the Modi government is having a relook at the Indus Waters Treaty. This move, the first of its kind by any Indian government, is also eminently desira

The State and the People: Approaches from Pakistan’s Text-Books

Writing of history has always fought the battle of opinions emerging from strands of value laden historians on the one hand and the unnegotiable rule of objectivity on the other. But in the long race for establishment of nation-state and the desir

क्यों खास हैं पाकिस्तान के नए सेना प्रमुख?

पाकिस्तान के सेना प्रमुख पद पर लेफ्टिनेंट जनरल कमर जावेद बाजवा की नियुक्ति के साथ ही जनरल राह

मिलिए नए प्रमुख से; पुराने प्रमुख जैसे तो नहीं?

पाकिस्तान के अगले सेना प्रमुख कमर जावेद बाजवा की नियुक्ति की घोषणा से पहले जो अटकलें लगाई जा

पाकिस्तान से संबंध – सिंधु जल संधि, सर्वाधिक तरजीही राष्ट्र का दर्जा और सीमा पार आतंकवाद

भारतीय सेना ने सितंबर के अंत में नियंत्रण रेखा (एलओसी) के दूसरी ओर जो लक्षित हमले (सर्जिकल स्ट्

Meet the New Chief; Same as the Old Chief?

In all the anticipation and excitement surrounding the announcement of the appointment of Pakistan’s next Army Chief, Qamar Javed Bajwa, the lines from an old ‘The Who’ song, appropriately titled (when seen in the context of Indo-Pak relations

What makes Pakistan’s New Army Chief Special?

The appointment of Lt. Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa as Chief of Pakistan army has set to rest the speculation on who would succeed Gen Raheel Sharif, but will intensify the debate about the future trajectory of tenuous Civil-Military relationship.

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Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa : Man for The New Season

So finally Gen Raheel Sharif did decide to go home. An extension would have given him two or three years more in uniform. Outside the uniform he can aspire for much more, perhaps even a political career. Seldom has a Pakistan Army Chie

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