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100 chuhey kha key billi hajj nu challi.NO?Anyways we'll never knows whats the real story happening behind the curtains.
I am in favour of both sides sitting and talking with each other. Don't make up your mind from posts on PDF. Because according to PDF some Pakistanis belong to Nordic race, all Indians are call centre employees or something like that.:taz:

His Grandson is a damad of Pakistan .

Shahbaz Sharif's daughter got married with grandson | Hamaridunya
Daughter of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s younger brother Shahbaz Sharif, who is presently the Chief Minister of Punjab province of Pakistan, got married with the grandson of Lt General (retd) P N Hoon, a former Indian Army commander.
Lt Gen Hoon is well-known for his anti-Pakistan rhetoric, especially when it comes to commentary on Indo-Pak relations and posturing amid provocations from the other side of the LoC.

He is also believed to be an RSS ideologue. Shahbaz Sharif was made the chief minister of Pakistan’s Punjab province for the fourth time in June this year after his party, the PML-N, swept the general elections that made his elder brother Nawaz Sharif the prime minister of Pakistan.
An impressive marriage ceremony took place during the day on Friday, a day considered auspicious by the Muslims, while a gallant reception was arranged at a swanky five-star hotel in Chandigarh in the evening. The event was a testimony to the recognition and blend of cultures, identities and ideologies sans borders.

Pakistan Punjab province Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s daughter Khabija entered into a wedlock with Lt Gen Hoon’s grandson Kanv Pratap Singh.
Khabija is Sharif’s daughter from his third wife, family sources said. He was not present during any of the ceremonies. For reasons best known to the family, the welcome notice outside the venue read “Somya weds Kanv.” The high profile reception witnessed a host of VVIP’s from the two nations. The list of invitees was carefully crafted and later pruned to make the event a close-knit wedding. Some Punjab MLAs were also present at the marriage.

If sources are to be believed, both the bride and the groom have studied in the US.
After studying in the prestigious Lawrence school in Sanawar in Himachal Pradesh, Kanv completed his MBA from US. Lt Gen Hoon has a plush two-kanal (1000-square yards) bungalow in Panchkula. He has various business interests in the city.

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His Grandson is a damad of Pakistan .

Shahbaz Sharif's daughter got married with grandson | Hamaridunya
Daughter of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s younger brother Shahbaz Sharif, who is presently the Chief Minister of Punjab province of Pakistan, got married with the grandson of Lt General (retd) P N Hoon, a former Indian Army commander.
Lt Gen Hoon is well-known for his anti-Pakistan rhetoric, especially when it comes to commentary on Indo-Pak relations and posturing amid provocations from the other side of the LoC.

He is also believed to be an RSS ideologue. Shahbaz Sharif was made the chief minister of Pakistan’s Punjab province for the fourth time in June this year after his party, the PML-N, swept the general elections that made his elder brother Nawaz Sharif the prime minister of Pakistan.
An impressive marriage ceremony took place during the day on Friday, a day considered auspicious by the Muslims, while a gallant reception was arranged at a swanky five-star hotel in Chandigarh in the evening. The event was a testimony to the recognition and blend of cultures, identities and ideologies sans borders.

Pakistan Punjab province Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s daughter Khabija entered into a wedlock with Lt Gen Hoon’s grandson Kanv Pratap Singh.
Khabija is Sharif’s daughter from his third wife, family sources said. He was not present during any of the ceremonies. For reasons best known to the family, the welcome notice outside the venue read “Somya weds Kanv.” The high profile reception witnessed a host of VVIP’s from the two nations. The list of invitees was carefully crafted and later pruned to make the event a close-knit wedding. Some Punjab MLAs were also present at the marriage.

If sources are to be believed, both the bride and the groom have studied in the US.
After studying in the prestigious Lawrence school in Sanawar in Himachal Pradesh, Kanv completed his MBA from US. Lt Gen Hoon has a plush two-kanal (1000-square yards) bungalow in Panchkula. He has various business interests in the city.
His grand daughter in law is Pakistani but not Shahbaz Sharif's daughter. It was just a rumor.
 

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ya like pakistan army do..



no pakistan's religious duty become sponsoring terrorism and bash others for pakistan's failure.



even if your military personal is killed at LOC your military will hide that to save face...
"B-but Pakistan Army shoots civilians too!"
"B-but Jihadis and Terrorists in India!"
"Your military is hiding everything!"

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once again retaliation by claims and press conferences
Pakistan today said that the Directors General of Military Operations of India and Pakistan should meet to address the ongoing border tension and firing incidents, local media reported.
Why all of a sudden after how many years this request kicks in if Pakistan is not in troubles on this issue?
 

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even if your military personal is killed at LOC your military will hide that to save face...
And you are some saint who has knowledge of unseen and knows about Pakistan's military casualties. :rofl:
 

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Found this interesting.

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To the west, the great bulk of the ceasefire violations since 2010 have taken place in an area (what Pakistan calls the Working Boundary) along the junction of the Punjab-J & K border, & not along the LoC. This is because the PA since 2009 has been trying to convince India to enact certain CBMs throughout the LoC that will: A) formalise the ceasefire that had begun since November 2003 based just on verbal commitments but which was never formalised on paper; & B) As a result of such CBMs, Pakistan wanted the IA to withdraw its medium field artillery batteries (the Bofors FH-77Bs) 30km away (lateral distance) from the LoC, which would have given the PA a degree of comfort reqd for the PA to start diverting the majority of its infantry formations from its eastern deployment areas to the west along the Durand Line. But India has refused to accept such CBMs, because if India were to accept them, it would have meant that Pakistan had succeeded in using state-sponsored terrorism as a negotiable instrument for buying peace with India. India’s POV has since 2002 been to totally neutralise this trump card of Pakistan (i.e. state-sponsored terrorism employed for proxy war within J & K) as time went by & it was after 2002 that India began succeeding in implementing this strategm after India's Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) waged a highly successful covert war against Pakistan by actively rendering all kinds of financial assistance (and no other form of material assistance) to Balochistan-based separatists. But mind you, such covert warfare has not been waged by the Research & Analysis Wing (RAW), but by the DIA which generously funded Afghanistan's Riyast-i-Amniyat-i-Milli. At the same time, the PA cannot afford to undertake escalatory artillery fire-assaults along the entire LoC since India will retaliate & close the Muzzafarabad-Kel highway, which will effectively cut off the entire Neelam Valley from the rest of Pakistan. So, effectively, Pakistan is now in a bind & is desperately trying to attract India’s attention at a time when most Indians (apart from the likes of Mani Shankar Aiyar) want to abandon Pakistan in a state of benign neglect, much like how India distanced itself from Bangladesh from 1972 till the mid-1990s.

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One thing for sure, Pakistan is sure to get neglected in terms of Foreign Policy priority of Govt.
Ofcourse It can not be neglected by India and IA as such. It will always be in news.
 

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