Published on Nov 24, 2016
The conflict between India and Pakistan continues unabated, and is getting worse almost by the day. In the most recent incident, Pakistan said Indian fire killed 12 civilians and three soldiers — the deadliest incident in weeks of border clashes. In this edition of the debate, we’ll discuss this conflict between the 2 nuclear armed nations, and how serious it really is, and see whether there is a will to solve what is at the heart of the matter: the disputed region of Kashmir. Guests:
– Investigative Journalist, Naveed Ahmed (Islamabad)
– Journalist and Political Commentator, Shobhan Saxena (Sao Paulo)
- Published on Nov 24, 2016
Pakistan’s air force chief has warned India that worsening tension over the disputed Kashmir region could escalate into a full-scale war. Marshal Sohail Aman urged India to show restraint, and added that Pakistani troops know how to deal with New Delhi if it intensifies the conflict. The warning comes as tensions are soaring between Islamabad and New Delhi over Kashmir after a day of violent exchanges. Twelve civilians as well as three soldiers were reportedly killed by Indian fire on Wednesday, the deadliest incident in weeks of border clashes. In the meantime guns along the Line of Control seem far from falling silent any time soon.