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US took immediate action and attacked Afghanistan to search Osama Bind Laden. The same US advising India to give Pak some more time. Is is justifiable?

Asked by K Ramakrishna, 10 Jan '09 04:53 pm
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See fate of USA in afghanistan
Did they find osama bin laden
Thier economy already collasped and they are lossing men and material in mindless war
Can we afford to do the same while being less powerful than USA who have so many allies for the war ?
Answered by ignoreme, 20 Nov '10 03:54 pm

 
  
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As a sovereign, self-respecing and independent nation, we must take care to ensure that our rulers frame an independent Foreign Policy which does not depend on anything that any other country may or may nor do to further our national, security and economic interests. We must depend neither on the U.S.A. nor Russia as it exists to-day nor on any other country in the world, but must take care to pursue a totally India-centric policy, one which will stand the test of time in the years to come. If we had taken military measures in the wake of 26/11, the entire world would have stood up and understood our point of view and some, like Israel, would even have applauded our bold and righteous step.Foolishly, our rulers attached too much importance to the sugary words of the U.S statesmen who were never interested in bringing India's enemies to justice but were only guided by their own security concerns. Now at leqast, we must not lose any more time in driving the message home to the U.S and P ...more
Answered by Jaisingh Thakur, 23 May '10 07:06 pm

 
  
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Dont we have guts to ask them why he is doing so?
Answered by KRISHNA, 10 Jan '09 05:30 pm

 
  
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All problems are created by USA & UK whether it is Israel-Arab or Indo-Pak to keep their superpower status intact. Muslims world over are brainless whether Arab or Pak always giving USA a foothold in their territory. USA is using its military power for business purposes. China stoles space secrets from NASA, but USA bargained for business openings in China did not sue them. What Indian Govt is doing is appreciable as now Russia is not as powerful as USA in a war with Pak India may lose more economy, money, lives, etc. USA actually wants a war to sell their arms more in Asian region, see Obama's statements. British captured India thro' business and rivalry among different rulers. CIA knows more about ISI than India because it is their sister concern. CIA is of habit of creating terrorists for their benefit & once found they are against USA they will be prosecuted or killed. Only thing is we need a strong leader, who can stand tall in the world arena. Pak is a failed state after winn ...more
Answered by sridhar srinivasan, 10 Jan '09 05:15 pm

 
  
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Yes because they have still not found Osama Bin Laden ...!!
Answered by rocky robust, 10 Jan '09 04:54 pm

 
  
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They wanted to let down russia in return nothing else
Answered by Dinesh C S, 10 Jan '09 04:54 pm

 
  
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