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It would be an extraordinary gesture and possibly a game changer for peace for two hostile neighbours.
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Islamabad may well project the tied protester on the Army jeep as a prisoner of war.
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Given India’s good track record at The Hague, the nation hopes Kulbhushan Jadhav would come home a free man.
Vigilantism isn’t nationalism. It crosses the red line. Those who cross it damage their cause.
Angiography | 7-minute read
In this game of political one-upmanship, the provisional legal points scored at The Hague might suffer a setback if we aren't careful.
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Indian diplomatic machinery also gets some breathing space to arrange for his release.
Angiography | Long-form
Contrary to commonly held belief, multilateral mediation to resolve thorny bilateral disputes could work in New Delhi’s favour.
Pakistan army's two fatal blunders - murdering Lt Fayaz and kidnapping Jadhav - will cost it heavily
It presents India with an opportunity to turn the situation around in Kashmir.
The ball is firmly placed in Pakistan's court.
SITREP | 2.33 minutes watch-minute read