the “Berlin Wall of Asia” or the Wagha Border

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  1. Pakistan and India are two fundamentally different countries that chose two opposite paths after their independence from the British in 1947.

    Pakistan, India’s enemy, has drawn its strength from the all round Anglo-American support for the past four decades. Pakistan was elevated to a non-NATO ally status in the midst of its role as the state sponsor of terror, something the west found convenient to ignore.

    Now that the support is dwindling, let us see how far Pakistan can sustain its race with India ………… !!

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