Comments on: Pakistan: winning over Tehran and Kabul Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: G-W Tue, 16 Mar 2010 20:49:00 +0000 @Reuters Moderators, Magic786

Dear Reuters, this behavior by Magic786 has gone on long enough. This individual is embarrassing himself, his country and Islam and tarnishing the image of the Reuters blogs, please have IT block this individual from posting any comments here on. Freedom of speech does not mean freedom of hate. His behavior is hurtful and hateful and has no place here.


You are an embarrassment to yourself, your family, your country and Islam. The way you talk, you should have your privilege to post revoked.

If Reuters does not kick you from here, it is apparent that you are being allowed to make Pakistan look really Stupxd and lowly.

You are ignorant, hateful, tell half truths and conspiracy stories here and your madrasa terrorist promoting behavior has no place here or any where in the world. Kindly please go away and remove yourself from here forthwith.

By: Mortal1 Mon, 15 Mar 2010 23:54:49 +0000 @ agtagola: “india is being encourged to attack PK by their so-called friendly “international community” however india is not having a courage to throw an arrow to kill a sparrow towards pakistan”

Can you please enlighten us, as to who exactly is encouraging India to attack Pakistan?
Secondly, it’s the ignorance, stupidity & false pride of delusional Pakistanis like you, which makes you think that India is ‘scared’ to attack Pakistan. The truth is that India is smart enough, not to attack a failed & imploding state, which is on a ‘self-destruct’ mode.

@ “If indians will keep playing games then they will be biggest losers as they are now”

How about a reality check buddy?
Despite the global recession, India’s economy is growing at 7-8% (fastest in the world) & it is recognized by the world as an upcoming power, while your beloved country is a failed & bankrupt state, looked upon by the global community in very poor light. Anyone, with a little bit of brains will be able to tell you, who’s the loser & who’s not.

@ Ratee,

Do you know the meaning of ‘licking boots’?
Having good diplomatic & business relations with other countries (which India does) doesn’t tantamount to licking boots BUT taking a begging bowl & trotting around the globe with chests swelling with pride (which Pakistani leaders are accustomed to doing) does actually equate to ‘licking boots’. So the next time, you have this urge to blurt out a fact-less & stupid statement, think about it for a second.

By: RajeevK Mon, 15 Mar 2010 22:44:16 +0000 @ Now India is pretending to be the best friend of USA well let me ask you what happened to your friendship with USSR?”
–posted by ratee

—Thanks for the commercial break! lol….Can you have friendship with a dead man? USSR is no more.

@May I ask where is you disloyalty India?”
–No where, how about yours..everywhere?….lol

I know everyone is bad guy in this world—the dead man USSR, One who feeds you–the USA and of course enemy India. There is only one country with morals and a true friend—-The Islamic Republic of Pakistan, except that it raped and killed 1-3 million of its own citizens. Pak just kills its own with F-16s and helicopter gunships as we speak. But that’s a small thing.

By: Seth Mon, 15 Mar 2010 20:44:16 +0000 Excerpts from Wikipedia about Indo-USSR (Russian) relationship:

The collapse of the Soviet Union and the emergence of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) had major repercussions for Indian foreign policy. Substantial trade with the former Soviet Union plummeted after the Soviet collapse and has yet to recover. Longstanding military supply relationships were similarly disrupted due to questions over financing, although Russia continues to be India’s largest supplier of military systems and spare parts.

The relationship with USSR was tested (and proven) during the 1971 war with Pakistan, which led to the subsequent liberation of Bangladesh. Soon after the victory of the Indian Armed Forces, one of the foreign delegates to visit India was Admiral S.G. Gorshkov, Chief of the Soviet Navy. During his visit to Mumbai (Bombay) he came on board INS Vikrant. During a conversation with Vice Admiral Swaraj Prakash, Gorshkov asked the Vice Admiral, “Were you worried about a battle against the American carrier?” He answered himself: “Well, you had no reason to be worried, as I had a Soviet nuclear submarine trailing the American task force all the way into the Indian Ocean.”

India’s ties with the Russian Federation are time-tested and based on continuity, trust and mutual understanding. There is national consensus in both the countries on the need to preserve and strengthen India-Russia relations and further consolidate the strategic partnership between the two countries. A Declaration on Strategic Partnership was signed between former Russian President and current Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in October 2000.

Russia and India have decided not to renew the 1971 Indo-Soviet Peace and Friendship Treaty and have sought to follow what both describe as a more pragmatic, less ideological relationship. Russian President Yeltsin’s visit to India in January 1993 helped cement this new relationship. Ties have grown stronger with President Vladimir Putin’s 2004 visit. The pace of high-level visits has since increased, as has discussion of major defence purchases. Russia, is working for the development of the Kudankulam nuclear plant, that will be capable of producing 1000 MW of electricity. Gazprom, is working for the development of oil and natural gas, in the Bay of Bengal. India and Russia, have collaborated extensively, on space technology. Other areas of collaboration include software, ayurveda, etc. India and Russia, have set a determination in increasing trade to $10 billion. Counter-terrorism techniques are also in place between Russia and India. In 2007 President Vladimir Putin was guest of honour at Republic Day celebration on 26 January 2007. The year 2008, has been declared by both countries as the Russia-India Friendship Year. Bollywood films are quite popular in Russia. The Indian public sector oil company ONGC bought Imperial Energy in 2008. In December 2008, during President Medvedev’s visit, to New Delhi, India and Russia, signed a nuclear energy co-operation agreement. In March, 2010, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin signed an additional 19 pacts with India which included civilian nuclear energy, space and military co-operation and the final sale of Admiral Gorshkov along with Mig-29K fighter jets.

By: ratee Mon, 15 Mar 2010 19:58:58 +0000 You Indians call us Pakistani cowards that fought off the great power USSR from 1979 to 1989 until their defeat in Afghanistan. Without Pakistan Army helps the USSR occupation would not have been destroyed. Where was India licking the boots of USSR then? Now India is pretending to be the best friend of USA well let me ask you what happened to your friendship with USSR? Just because USSR is now finished as a super power it was when it attacked Afghanistan you were their best friend? Well let me warn you that you are just licking the boots of USA cause USA is the only great power presently.

May I ask where is you disloyalty India? When the next depression comes with USA’s debt situation USA may well not remain the so-called great power so will you then lick China’s boots???

I am sure India you will as you have no morals and no loyalty to real friends so USA deserves your friendship as they also are fond of self-deception and will never honor real friends like Pakistan!!!

By: Seth Mon, 15 Mar 2010 19:19:06 +0000 First, I wonder why reuters’ moderators allow certain offensive comments in the first place. If comments are scanned for abusive words by a software, its high time you guys update your dictionary. This blog is for posting meaningful comments. People may have difference of opinions and perspectives (and conspiracy theories are okay too) but I’m sure Reuters wants it to be civil at the very least.

Secondly, I’m surprised why few of the sane posters in this blog would respond to people who are constantly posting personally offending comments. A person constantly calling others “idiot” and running away when counter-questioned (without fail, every time) is bound to get it left, right and center physically in both civilized societies and “ghettos where azad kashmiris roam in UK with 10 yo mothers”.

Do you guys really ever talk to disheveled naked mentally-challenged people on the streets? If not, why even call someone an a##hole, as if he himself does not know it.

By: agtagola Mon, 15 Mar 2010 14:55:23 +0000 Pakistan has nothing to gain by having good relations with india. If you neighbour is evil and have bad intentions of robbing you by “so called peace talks” or “fire power” then it is betters to be vigilant about that neighbour.

india is being encourged to attack PK by their so-called friendly “international community” however india is not having a courage to throw an arrow to kill a sparrow towards pakistan. indians know that if they do any mischief it is not “71”. The response will be devastating for them.

The best chance for lasting peace in that region is to let have referendum in “Kashmir’, Western countries leave that region.

Kashmiris should not be deprived of their self determination just because they are “Muslims”.
It is right time that india correct its bludner of occupying Kashmir and give a date of troop pullout from Kashmir and letting Kashmir unite with PK. If indians will keep playing games then they will be biggest losers as they are now.

By: Bharateey Mon, 15 Mar 2010 13:07:27 +0000 The Pakistanis are cowards. The PA would have been run down by AlQuaedas and Talibanis but for NATO forces in Afghanistan.

By: BenjMarineCorps Sun, 14 Mar 2010 22:56:54 +0000 From last I checked India has pretty good relations with Afghanistan and Iran. Afghanistan gains a greater sense of security by having good relations with (Iran, Pakistan and India). If Pakistan has a relationship with Afghanistan were they treat them as equals it would benefit everyone.
One of the issues that all regional countries, U.S., and Europe need to cooperate on is the issue of drugs in Afghanistan. As far as I know drugs are responsible for deaths in all of those countries. I wish we could figure out some industry that would do well in Afghanistan that would take that country out of poverty.

By: KPSingh01 Sun, 14 Mar 2010 22:43:30 +0000 Empty skull: ” If I was a idiot”

You already are one. There is no need to speculate.

“with five times bigger army more weapons not forgetting more dollars so whats stoping you to take whats is rightfully yours (NOT) in your blind eyes. Maybe the other side takes the same eyes out and shove it where the sun dont shine….possibility!”

Too much opium inside the empty skull. It makes no sense.
The guy is talking about gouging eyes out. Come out of the cave and look at the real world.

“I should say India is just a sleeping elephant dont care if it gets smacked here and there.”

Elephant can crush a rat. But the rat runs here and there to escape being crushed. If the rat feels that courageous, may be it should stand still near the elephant’s foot and wait to be crushed.

“As indians portray every attack is by the ISI backed people. Surely if you are so sure go and hunt erm down… I dare you!”

In other words, you are indirectly admitting that ISI is a criminal organization. So crushing them should be done by the government of Pakistan. But since you are asking Indians to do it, it looks like the government of Pakistan exists only on paper. We can surely hunt the ISI and its terrorist organizations down. Ask your President to send us a letter and we’ll gladly do it.