SAARC is dead in water; Pakistan's 'invitation' to India is simple posturing for a smooth IMF bailout
It’s in Pakistan’s interest to make a show of ending hostilities with India. The IMF is certainly not going to hand out another tranche of assistance, without making sure it doesn’t go into wasteful expenditure like tilting against Indian windmills.
India should keep close eye on Kabul as General Raziq's death gives ISI crucial role in stabilising Afghanistan
The growing strategic depth that the Taliban in Afghanistan has given to Pakistan's ISI would not be bartered away at any cost, that too at present when it expects greater concessions from Washington, which is willing to negotiate things out
Imran Khan wants to be Pakistan's Narendra Modi, but will the army let him bring 'achhe din' for his people?
The themes of corruption and development that Imran Khanb has harped on at rallies during his campaign for the Pakistan elections were in tune with Narendra Modi's "bhrashtachar se azadi" and "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas" campaigns.