Category Archives: Nawaz Sharif

Indo-Pak may revive talks; By Shastri Ramachandaran

CAS article no. 0023/2017 Courtesy: DNA India In the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading his party to an impressive victory in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, revival of the long-stalled talks with Pakistan seems a distinct possibility. Contrary to the impression created by the hard line and hostile rhetoric of recent months, straws in the wind suggest that both sides may have been working behind the scenes for… Read Article →

ISI-sponsored Terrorism is a Stumbling Block in Indo- Pak Relations; By Jai Kumar Verma

CAS article no. 0039/2016 Courtesy: The Indian Saga  Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif led civilian government in Pakistan and the Modi government have shown desire to have cordial relations as both of them won elections on the premise of growth and development. Both the Prime Ministers – Mr. Modi and Mr Nawaz Sharif know that the neighbouring  countries can progress if the animosity between them ends as they are spending their… Read Article →

Indo-Pak ties: Talks must go on; By Jai Kumar Verma

CAS article no. 0021/2016 Courtesy: “Bureaucracy Today” January 16-31, 2016 In both Pathankot Airbase terror attack and the strike on the Indian Consulate at Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan in the first week of January 2016, the terrorists mentioned that they were avenging the hanging of Afzal Guru in India. The responsibility for the Pathankot attack was taken by the United Jihad Council (UJC) which is an umbrella organisation of about 13 terrorist outfits operating in Kashmir. But no terrorist organisation had taken… Read Article →