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Time and again, Pakistan has shown its disinclination towards resolving disputes with India, specially the ones involving terror. On the other hand, a tolerant India has kept the talks process on track despite the turmoil being caused by terrorist organizations operating from Pakistan. ..comments plz.

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Asked by lily, 30 Jul '10 09:22 am
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Pakistan is still that belligerent 16- year-old school boy. You can't let such immature behavior get in the way of greater good. They any ways will keep finding reasons to fight, but we need to act mature and bring this era of uneasy peace to an end. Pakistan is a terrorist state and it never wanted peace with India. India is wasting its time energy for the peace process and so is USA looking for Bin Laden. Pakistan Govt and ISI are two worst institutions least interested in having good relations with India. Common man in India understands that. But our insensitive and spineless leaders in Govt want negotiations with Pakistan. Nothing is going to be achieved by talks except prolonging the punishment of 26/11 terrorists and perpetrators and perhaps this is what Govt ultimately wants to retain its vote bank. Pakistan is treating the Indian Ministers with scant respect and rightly so knowing the indecisive and incompetent leadership of the ruling establishment. We are proving to be a bun ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 30 Jul '10 09:16 am

 
  
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What to comment? India do not know the pakistan but Indian knows the pakistan.
Answered by ravisinha, 22 Apr '12 07:20 pm

 
  
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Yes spare the rod and spoil the child proverb seems to be apt here

when in 1971, we won the war the pakistanis had to swallow a bitter pill of over 93000 prisoners of war, and had we insisted to solve the problem of kashmir, pakistan would have signed on dotted lines, but we spared the rod.
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 30 Jul '10 09:37 am

 
  
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