M Ashfaque Arain

  • The Indian leadership has always been hostile to Pakistan; however, historical events suggest that the hardliners in India, in their fanatical hatred for Muslims in general and Pakistan in particular, have unwittingly aided Pakistan’s cause – even in its creation. Starting from 1857, ...

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  • India is indeed a large land mass with a huge population; however, its ego and ambitions transcends its size and potential. It perceives itself a regional power and an emerging world power, notwithstanding that the elements of its national power potential, especially the armed forces, have ...

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  • Riding the Hindutva wave, BJP government in India has abrogated Article 370 of the Indian constitution, which gave special status to Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).  This is not only a violation of UN resolutions and bilateral agreements between Pakistan and India, it is also against the ...

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  • With its substantial size and geography, over 1.3 billion population, a booming IT industry, a large size economy and emerging markets, India perceives itself as a regional power with a capacity of becoming an international player.Both Indian leadership and masses hold a self-image, ostensibly ...

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