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India and Pakistan should move towards acceptable resolution on Kulbhushan Jadhav

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The consular access given to Indian captive Kulbhushan Jadhav in Pakistan after three years indicates that he is not likely to be hanged anymore — despite the order by a Pakistani military court in 2017. Hopefully, his case will also head to an acceptable resolution that such diplomatic stories usually have.

Supreme Court started NRC exercise, now it must also end all the political noise around it

The unseemly political noises about the NRC process and its outcome in Assam should be brought to an end by the Supreme Court, which started the whole exercise. The court should show spine, grace and fairness and say that the NRC was clean, and everybody must have faith in it.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. It should be possible for the security establishments of both countries to find a graceful solution to such contingencies. These things happen all over the world. We pray for the early and safe reunion of Shri Kulbhushan Jadhav with his family in Bombay.

    • Which things happen all over the world ashok JI? This confirms you are a Pakistani to gloss over the human rights of KJ.

  2. Perhaps the apex court could introspect, consider whether it should have driven a process that lay within the domain of the executive so hard. In the normal course, infirmities that have marred the process would have been justiciable before it. One instance is overriding the provisions of law that confer citizenship by birth upto about 1985. After what has emerged from this exercise, unlikely that the proposal to extend this process to the rest of India will gain any traction. Not India’s finest hour.

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