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Dangers of Saltor demilitarization by G Parthasarathy PDF Print E-mail
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4 May 2006 - Pioneer

There has been significant progress in recent months in expanding cooperation and reducing tensions between India and Pakistan, despite continuing incidents of ISI sponsored terrorism. The composite dialogue process, back channel and other contacts have led to an unprecedented increase in people-to-people contacts. A common ground is even being found in efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue, through greater interaction and dialogue, recognising that "borders cannot be redrawn". It would, however, be a Himalayan blunder if we are lulled into a sense of complacency and presume that the military establishment in Pakistan has become so benign that it would give up its efforts to "bleed India," or seek parity with India.

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Mahajan rose because of his own genius by TVR Shenoy PDF Print E-mail
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http://in.rediff.com/news/2006/may/05flip.htm

I was in Tamil Nadu when the news hit us that Pramod Mahajan had lost his last battle. Once the initial shock was over, I could not help but notice that there was really very little grieving around me, certainly nothing comparable to what I was seeing on screen in Delhi and Mumbai.

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