Who else should we approach in the coming year? 2015 has been a topsy-turvy year for Pakistan’s relationships with its neighbours, namely Afghanistan, India and China. While we struggled to progress with the first two, for the most part of the year, we did set new highs with the third. But the end of
“Here my legs do the work, back home my mind soul and whole body were in agony…. even after a hard day at work I couldn’t feed my family properly.”
“We will pull back from the brink. Not doing so is not an option. Our relations will continue to oscillate from hostile to brief interludes of sanity,” believes Javed Ansari
Indians want to see Pakistani artists and vice versa.
“I told him Pataudi wrote this for me, Dil-e-Nadan tujhae hua kya hai…and he said, ‘Idiot this is Ghalib!’.”
The establishment believes the ice will melt in some 100 years or more, India and Pakistan will then stand on the same ground
Nothing beyond the chess board and everything within
What should 2016 be about for Indo-Pak
The childish rivalries both have in the name of patriotism or religion do not justify the cause. It is high time the cousins set aside their difference and have a happy meal.
On the eve of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to America, let’s discuss the dynamics of Pakistan with another growing power structure, possibly the Asian Pivot, as said by Hilary Clinton herself, India, and the USA. Pakistan’s geopolitical significance is undisputedly important to USA, India and China. Though Pak-US governments try to maintain a strategic