Give us justice, not lectures on morals and beliefs

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By

Imad Zafar

Humans in the stone age traditionally had armed gangs to solve disputes. Whoever had a big gang and arms was ultimately the winner in the end.

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Pak-India Composite Dialogue: An Analysis

By

Raja Farrukh Zeb

 

The two states Pakistan and India started their formal dialogue at the end of 1947, to talk about the payment of money to Pakistan along with a share in the assets, which India denied at first. The two countries also held meetings in 1972 to discuss the issue of the prisoners which India had arrested in the 1971 war that led to the creation of Bangladesh.

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