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September 29, 2003

On his way back from the United Nations, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee admitted that the peace process with Pakistan has suffered a setback because of General Pervez Musharraf's comments in New York, yet spoke of a fresh impetus...

Should India continue with its peace initiatives, or is the prime minister's mission a lost cause?



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Sub: End of the road?

Even the most optimistic person would now rethink whether there is now any point at all in initiating any peace talks with Pakistan under its ...


Posted by A. Venkatesh





Sub: End of the road?

A leopard can never change its spots. After all these years we should have learnt by now that Pakistan can never be trusted in anything. ...


Posted by Param





Sub: peace process

Musharraff is an impediment to peace process. For him peace means India should give him Kashmir in a platter. This is the man who refused ...


Posted by shankar





Sub: India vs Pak

In the near future there will be no solution for Kashmir dispute. End will be worst ever world has seen.


Posted by Jayaprakash





Sub: was there ever a road

with india taking active part in building the road and pak putting all its efforts in creating pot holes, where was the road. india needs ...


Posted by sg




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