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  • Mr Xtreme
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    I would be worried if I was an Indian reading this. If US is looking forward to doing trade with India there is only going to be one winner and it isn't India.

    Thanks for posting this positive piece about Akhand Bharat Sarwar. Try writing something constructive about your own country as well once in a while. You know, just to break the monotony.

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  • Nova
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    Relevence of any nation is determined by its capacity to effect the rest of the world....
    India , by its size , manpower , military power etc is fairly capable, hence relevent..

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  • ehsan
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    Well Fata it has nothing to do with the "improvement of Pakistan" more to do with Sarwar trumpeting his Indian credentials around. Poor chap has to do something for the "motherland".

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  • commi
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    Only the working class of India is relevant,because they are the people who have the power to change the society completly,
    and if the pakistani and the indian working class unites they will start a revolution that will spread to the world and end capitalism forever...todays india is the india of capitalists,land lords,cops...people ordinary workers dont have anything in common with....in fact I have more in common with a indian worker than a pakistani landlord,capitalist or a generals...just like a indian worker have more in common with me than his own ruler....workers of the world unite!!Sarwar..even if india is relevant on world stage...your nothing..you don`t mean anything at all ....that`s why you posted this crap to boost your ego..hahaha get some help

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  • Fata Morgana
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    What this article has to do with the 'improvement of Pakistan'?

    Fata Morgana

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  • durango
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    Only after the user acknowledges the associated windows.

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  • sarwar
    started a topic Is India relevant on the world stage?

    Is India relevant on the world stage?

    http://cnn.com/SPECIALS/1999/india.elections/

    (CNN) -- Why does India matter? On the surface, a simple question. But, like India herself, it conceals a Pandora's box of answers. Each in turn triggers more questions. Fifty years of independence are underscored by five thousand years of history. Time has planted a garden in this youthful, yet ancient nation. But the saplings of promise and the branches of glory have been threatened by the weeds of disappointment and failure.

    For centuries, India beckoned to the outside world. Wave upon wave of invaders responded. Some friendly, others hostile, many merely mercenary. Mother India absorbed them all, making them her own. From the Aryans to the Muslims to the final foreign rulers, the British. Each of these groups, and the others who fell in between, helped sew the quilt that is India today.

    What is India today? On one hand, the world's biggest democracy, almost one billion people representing a myriad religions and ethnicities. Home to a burgeoning middle-class estimated at 250 million, nearly equal to the entire population of the United States. India's military strength is impressive, its space program is unparalleled in the developing world. On the other hand, India remains one of the world's poorest nations. Half of its people are illiterate. Disease continues to take a toll. An ever-growing population threatens to overwhelm progress.

    These clouds of contradictions, however, have silver linings of hope. For thousands of years, the world looked to India, and benefited richly as a result. Now, India is shedding 50 years of detrimental, inward-looking economic and foreign policies -- realizing it is time to turn to the world, to reap rewards of its own. As India reaches out to the international community, and the world once again looks toward India, a balance can be struck -- in which giving and receiving go hand in hand.

    So, is India relevant on the world stage? For the world, and India itself, the overwhelming answer of answers is, quite simply, yes.
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