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Creating history for its own sake


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Ashok mishra
Making history for his own sake
by Ashok mishra (View MyPage) on Dec 31, 2015 05:17 PM

The world knows that without the nod from their foster father China,Pakistan will not dare to move for any misadventure against India.In this case every one was taken aback.since Mr Modi did not allow any cooked up strategy by ISI.Pak Army ,Kashmir seperatists in India.spoiler groups in Pakistan and else where.Now the out come could be difficult for Mr Sharief to handle.and since no understanding is reached in this meeting,plotters may sit quite with their strategies un abetted.Time will have the answer.

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Ajay Prasad
Stuffed Lion
by Ajay Prasad (View MyPage) on Dec 28, 2015 07:24 PM

NS has no respect for animals, keeping stuffed lion in his house. How would he like if someone stuffed him?

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Rustom Dalal
MODI'S VISIT TO SHARIF
by Rustom Dalal (View MyPage) on Dec 27, 2015 05:04 PM

COMPASSION IS THE LAW OF LAWS. Where all else fails genuine compassion can change the other side

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linux linux
How dumb.
by linux linux (View MyPage) on Dec 26, 2015 10:01 PM

Well "Ambassador" he just did. To visit and show one is trying to normalize relations does not mean anything. Pakistan will sabotage. That is what India should want. We get to tell the world, look at these unreasonable chaps.

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k v r murthy
relations
by k v r murthy (View MyPage) on Dec 26, 2015 07:41 PM

whether he is going to build relations, or for just,that what no one had earlier,he is spear heading himself, that so as to prove and leave a message in the google box for the years to come. the task which leaves perhaps, it is not good. but who will hear he is the P.M.THIS country of ours needs a leader, who can can lead, not anyone who is every now and then he is on a tour. can only expect the deeds of today of yours, should keep us and our morals high, on any platform.

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