On the Indian National Interest
Good riddance to him. The rest of us can get back to whatever we were doing.
Will it help INDIA?
Too early to open the bubbly.
The civilian administration, even in its infancy, is proving to be more duplicitous and dangerous than musharraf ever was.
You are a cheap warmonger. He was the only hope for peace in the region. (pun intended)
Since Musharraf was the candlewallahs only best hope for peace I guess no more Wagah “vigils” for us. Will they now say that peace is not achievable or will they say that Kiyani is our next best hope?
The last man with a bit of common-sense in the Pakistani establishment is gone. Good luck, negotiating with the morons. Can’t wait for Kiyani to stage a coup.
It was cute to see him rake Kashmir in his last few days to try and save his seat.
My condolences to the Pakistanis for another meaningless change.
The last man with a bit of common-sense in the Pakistani establishment is gone.
Your comment comes a trifle late. Mr Jinnah died in 1948.
Another drama, another farce! Nothing will change for the avg. Pakistani. As Karl Marx said: “History repeats itself. First time as a tragedy, second time as a farce.”
>The last man with a bit of common-sense in the Pakistani establishment is gone.
If so, this common sense was recently acquired – Kargil, if at all, shows that it certainly wasn’t his strong point before…
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