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Pakistan President: "India is not a threat",

Should we consider it as a compliment or total disregard for Indian might

Asked by SREENIVAS, 06 Oct '08 08:08 pm
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His initial talks we can ignore now
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 06 Oct '08 09:22 pm

 
  
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Are chodo na yar aise aire gaire logan ki baton ke uper soch kar upana time kyon waste karte ho!
Answered by divyanee doshi, 06 Oct '08 09:22 pm

 
  
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It should be appreciated and viewed in a positive manner. When you read the full text you will not think that it is a statement of underestimation but trying to be friendly with the neighbhour. My personal feeling is it is very much a welcome move.
Answered by Jayakrishnan, 06 Oct '08 08:10 pm

 
  
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Compliment.not a thret.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 06 Oct '08 08:03 pm

 
  
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He is anew president now let him some years old and he too will start spitting venom against india.Ye log kabhi nahi sudhrenge
Answered by krish, 07 Oct '08 10:36 am

 
  
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What might do we have? We may have the strongest army in the world, and the most disciplined fighting forces like Jhats, Rajputs, etc., but still- as a nation we still do chamcha service to countries like USA and in past, the USSR. So our own leaders have disregarded our own might, nothing for Pak to do here. And Pak PM is being diplomatic in openly stating that India isin't a warmongering state.
Answered by A Moin, 06 Oct '08 10:51 pm

 
  
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We can not go by Pakistan's sweet words. It is the same Pak who was engaged in Kargil when our PM was engaged in peace talks. We will have to look into ground realities and reality is that infiltration has increased several folds and Pak army/rangers are giving cover fire to militants to cross over and his has become daily routine now. Seize fire is broken every now and than. We need to be more n more conscious in the given scenario.
Answered by Jyoti Gupta, 06 Oct '08 09:40 pm

 
  
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It can be taken as a compliment.He seems serious about his intention to get rid of terrorism.Whatever it is He is the first Pakistan President to openly declare India a friend.I think I am starting to like him
Answered by ranjith nambiar, 06 Oct '08 08:55 pm

 
  
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It is not a compliment -they wants to show some supperiority -it is an old say -an empty vessel makes much noise
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 06 Oct '08 08:11 pm

 
  
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