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The Kashmir Conflict

Discussion in 'Internal Affairs' started by desiman, Jun 23, 2010.

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Which solution woud you like ?

Poll closed Apr 24, 2017.
  1. Solution 1

    45.4%
  2. Solution 2

    4.1%
  3. Solution 3

    43.3%
  4. Solution 4

    0 vote(s)
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  5. Solution 5

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  6. Solution 6

    5.2%
  7. Solution 7

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  1. Butter Chicken

    Butter Chicken Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Pig shot dead

     
  2. Butter Chicken

    Butter Chicken Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Heartbreaking - Kashmir Pandit lady breaks down at the ground Vr her house stood 27 yrs ago

     
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    Heavy firing Across LoC
     
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  5. surya kiran

    surya kiran 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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  6. lca-fan

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    India and Pakistan tensions at BOILING POINT as spat over China trade sparks WAR fears

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    China's Xi Jinping risks sparking conflict between India and Pakistan with new trade plans

    FRESH conflict could erupt between India and Pakistan because of China’s meddling in the hotly disputed Kashmir region, it has been claimed.

    By PATRICK CHRISTYS
    PUBLISHED: 14:44, Mon, May 15, 2017UPDATED: 14:54, Mon, May 15, 2017
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    China’s ambitious trade and infrastructure policy, know as ‘Belt and Road’, is seeking to open up trade routes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

    But India lays claim to some of the land, and tensions have simmered in the region for generations.

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    China’s £40 billion project, which would also encompass parts of Russia, Kazakhstan and Armenia, are seen as an affront to Indian sovereignty.

    Eswar Prasad, professor at Cornell University, said: “India is concerned that Belt and Road disguises China's territorial ambitions, including strengthening its claims on parts of northeastern India that it claims as its own territory.”

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    Violence regularly erupts in the hotly disputed region
    Samir Saran, vice president of the New Delhi-based Observer Research Foundation, said it would “destroy any chance of a peaceful settlement of the Kashmir dispute”.

    He added: “In effect, Pakistan and China are suggesting that it is conceivable Kashmir can be segregated into separate units that merit unique economic, political and military engagement.”

    Pratyush Rao, senior South Asia analyst at Control Risks, said: "The optics of China funding projects in territory that Delhi deems to be disputed is likely to be seen as highly provocative in India.

    “The Modi government is likely to react by fast-tracking hydro-power projects in Indian-administered-Kashmir, that could in turn impact water flows downstream into Pakistan and trigger new water disputes."

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    India refused to send a delegation to a Chinese conference on the topic last weekend, where President Xi Jinping promised around £90billion to finance projects.

    China is likely to try to strong-arm the Indians, however, who are in urgent need to an infrastructure boost.

    Victor Gao, chairman of the China Energy Security Institute, said: “It will be wise for Indian leaders to think hard about OBOR and join as early as possible.”

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    China and India have been at loggerheads consistently before, with Beijing vehemently opposing India’s desire to become a member of the 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group.

    Also, the Dalai lama visited Arunachal Pradesh in April - the religious leader is despised by Beijing and India’s acceptance of him did not go unnoticed.
    https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/www....elt-Road-trade-violence-Xi-Jinping-Russia/amp
     
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    Hope our Kashmiri brothers in our armed forces and their families are given due protection. These threats also show the desperate face of the terrorists who are going all out for relevancy.
     
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    Jihadis trapped in Shopian


    pakistani video on Indian firing(13th May)






     
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  9. lca-fan

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    All the above tweets are proof that Indian army is hitting them hard as pakistani do not squeal when their civilians get shelled or injured. It's only when their soldiers are hit they squeal like a pig.

    News is coming out that pakistani army has faced heavy casualties in Khuiratta sector. Eyewitnesses say whole village is sealed off and dozens of bodies being carried. I hope the services are vigilant and prepared as it's expected a few terrorist attacks on the HQs of the regiments that are hammering the pakistani along the LoC.
     
  10. Hellfire

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    Follow this topic ... just the trailer. Movie is yet to begin.
     
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    12 Jihadis were trapped in Shopian today,but got away due to stone pelting by locals.
     
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    More Good News pakistani army has faced heavy casualties in Khuiratta sector. Eyewitnesses say whole village is sealed off and dozens of bodies being carried. IA is not just shelling but hitting them with physical cross LOC action and casualty figs. of PA could be in high 2 digits and IA is happy to keep quiet about it.
     
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  14. Levina

    Levina Admin- Social media Staff Member ADMINISTRATOR

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    Done it on twitter.

    Have to post on FB. Will do that during my lunch break. :)
    I'm glad these guys are finally exposed.
     
  15. AKD

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    Why all those trapped jihadis happen to escape the cordon??
    Can there be another strategy?
     

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