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Across the World, Let our creed be
Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram (Truth, Goodness, Beauty)





PAKISTAN AND INDO-PAK DISPUTES







3 December 2008

Mumbai terrorist attack was a frontal attack on India, USA, Israel, Canada, Australia and Europe. A long term strategy is needed to combat the root of all such terrorist attacks - Pakistan. The author looks at Pakistan as a failed experiment and argues for splitting Pakistan into three countries - Punjab, Sindh and Baluchistan.





Bihar Syndrome and Pakistan

VT Joshi
20 October 2005

Judiciary tries to restrain while the ruling class (political / military) does as it wishes without any considerations of right or wrong biasing their actions. VT Joshi argues that though the degree might vary, a similar picture can be seen on both sides of the Indo-Pak border.





Indo-Pak Cricket: War and Peace!

VT Joshi
26 March 2004


India and Pakistan are playing cricket in Pakistan. This article takes a historical perspective at cricket diplomacy between the two countries.





Pakistan's Nuclear Mess

VT Joshi
9 February 2004


Disclosures of peddling of nuclear technology by Pakistani scientists has opened up a Pandora's box. Doubts are also being raised about the extent of Pakistani nuclear capabilities.





Indo-Pak Front: Hope in the Air

VT Joshi
22 December 2003


There seem to be new hopes in the air as the New Year 2004 unfolds. Let us hope the best for the two countries.





KASHMIR STALEMATE AGAIN?


INDO-PAK PEACE: PROSPECTS AND PITFALLS


FAZLUR REHMAN: A PAK HAWK ON PEACE ODYSSEY!
VT Joshi
26 May 2003, 17 July 2003 and 26 July 2003


Three articles that take a pragmatic dispassionate look at Indo-Pak relations as they evolve through fits and starts. A cool-headed approach from someone who has lived in Islamadabad and knows Pakistani politics from the inside.





INDO-PAK NUCLEAR DRAMA OR FARCE!
V.T. Joshi
16th June, 2002


Pakistan has been trying nuclear blackmail of India for more than a decade. This article gives an account of Pakistan's history of playing the nuclear drama and ends with some Pakistani voices of sanity and hope.




WHAT IF INDIA WINS THE WAR WITH PAKISTAN?
31 May, 2002

Pakistan se yudh jeetne ke paschat hum kya karenge
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WAR AGAINST PAK SPONSORED TERRORISM
30 May 2002


STRATEGIC SECURITY OF A SITTING DUCK
22 December, 2001

Kinare baethi bathak ki suraksha ki ranniti
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As India makes noises about teaching Pakistan a lesson and tension mounts on the western front, it is time to ask some basic questions. The first article discusses the mindlessness of the bloody-nose theory. The second suggests a strategy to fight Pakistan in an effective manner. Third article expresses concerns about a nuclear war and suggests a longterm initiative that India ought to take. After reading the articles, please read the comments of various readers.

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PAKISTAN - A NATION AT WAR WITH ITSELF
Anil Chawla & VT Joshi
2nd October, 1999


Internal Contradictions of Pakistan make it a classic case of schizophrenia and a danger to the whole world as well as to its own countrymen.







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