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Kashmir And The Article 370 Debate

PM Modi’s First Address Since Article 370 Abolition, Here Are All The Top Points From His Speech

What’s Changed In Jammu And Kashmir?

India Is Creating Its Own West Bank In Kashmir

India Just Put Democracy At Risk Across South Asia

From Kashmir And 370 To Partition, BJP’s Hatred Of Nehru Is Fuelled By Falshoods

All The Legal Items That Amit Shah Proposed Regarding Article 370


China Will Get Involved If India Foments Trouble In Balochistan

China will have “to get involved” if any Indian “plot” disrupts the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in restive Balochistan, an influential Chinese think tank has warned India.

Read Here – The Hindustan Times

Should China Stay Out Of Middle East?

China will realize that its presence in the region will cost more than planned and regularly ensnare it in conflict.

Read Here – The Diplomat

The Two K’s – Kashmir And Kalashnikov

It was not the lethality of the AK that India feared, for it had a million-strong army to counter it. It was the psychological change that the assault rifle unleashed everywhere it went. AK stands for Avtomat Kalashnikova, and 47 denotes 1947, the year of its adoption by the Soviet military. The assault rifle made its entry in Kashmir in 1988, almost 40 years after its invention in nearby Russia

Read Here – Tablet

Manmohan Singh’s Abject Surrender

“We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality.” Macaulay’s words aptly describe the fits of chauvinism that seize Indians. But this time it has exacted a toll of consequence, the result of a pathetic surrender by a man of vision.

Read Here – The Hindu

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