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On 7/23/2016 at 11:38 PM, MechEng said:

I believe being indifferent is the way forward.

We must maintain a healthy relationship but without any attachments.

 

Considering Pakistan to be officially an enemy state is still not the way forward, while 30% of their population hate us, 70% don't.

Pagal hai kya. They will love you til you start discussing Islam or Kashmir. Also do not go by Bollywood popularity. They only love Khans for obvious reasons. 

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9 hours ago, maniac said:

Why are these idiots not going to school and trying to improve their region.....if given freedom they will become bigger terrorists and create nuisance to the neighbors....Not wrong to make an example of a couple of idiots

Why are their parents not caught and tried for criminal neglect?

We are too soft a state.

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On 7/24/2016 at 10:08 AM, MechEng said:

I believe being indifferent is the way forward.

We must maintain a healthy relationship but without any attachments.

 

Considering Pakistan to be officially an enemy state is still not the way forward, while 30% of their population hate us, 70% don't.

The people don't matter because they don't make policy decisions .It is not a true democracy. No matter which party is elected by the people ,the anti India establishment remains the same.So 70 % or 99% percentage does not matter.

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11 hours ago, beautifulgame said:

Haven't their hockey team qualified ?

Pakistan hockey sinks to new low with failure to qualify for Olympics in dismal year 2015

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/sport/30-Dec-2015/pakistan-hockey-sinks-to-new-low-with-failure-to-qualify-for-olympics-in-dismal-year-2015

Although IMO they have improved from pic below .:facepalm:

 

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Mongalia's economic crash

 

Goldman Sachs and Libya

 

PS 

 

Ecuador's pristine environment destroyed by oil companies :frown:

 

Ind too will have to be careful in not having its politicians destroy things in the name of poverty reduction and economic development 

 

 

PPS

 

Ecuador drills for oil in pristine amazon

 

"Ecuador’s decision to allow oil companies to drill the ITT block, which contains around 30% of the country’s remaining reserves, has been hotly disputed since 2007 when the new Rafael Correa government pledged to permanently keep the oil underground in exchange for around $3.6bn from the international community. The “Yasuni initiative” was administered by the UN and hailed as one of the world’s most innovative conservation proposals.

 

But in August 2013, President Correa withdrew the proposal saying the pledges received from countries were minimal and that Ecuador had been failed by the international community. He argued that Ecuador, which has been devastated by oil pollution in the 1970s by US oil firms, had no option but to exploit the ITT oil to pay for poverty relief.

 

Correa’s change of mind led to demonstrations, the emergence of a political movement known as Yasunidos and a hotly-debated petition which failed to reach the threshold to trigger a national referendum.

 

Ecuador is the first country in the world to include the rights of nature in its constitution and until the Yasuni controversy it was considered one of the most environmentally-progressive countries. To reduce criticism, Correa promised that only 1/1000th of the area of the Yasuni park would be exploited and the best available technology would be used to reduce pollution."

 

 

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