India and Pakistan

South Asia without nuclear weapons

Nuclear weapons, unlike other armaments, are the most brutal manifestation of man’s ability of annihilation. It is not just the offensive obliterating capabilities, but the omnicidal nature of these weapons which makes them a subject of moral abhorrence and should ideally be rejected for military purposes.

Thaw in Indo-Pak relations has changed narrative in Kashmir

Residents of the areas along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir have been the real victims of the bitter relations as many among them lost their lives or were seriously wounded due to frequent shelling and exchange of fire between troops of the two countries.