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1st March- The Hindu Editorial - Part-1 (in Hindi)
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  3. Coming home The release of the IAF pilot gives India and Pakistan the chance to de-escalate tensions UBHODESP

  4. The Indian Air Force's strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammad terror training camp in Pakistan's Balakot delivers a robust but calibrated message. Non-military pre-emptive strike. Kiwai Balakot Ghanian Kathal Rashida Shinkoar Sher Garh Dhodial Hab bulah PAKISTAN Mansea INDIA Muzaffarabad ANI Dubban UBHODESP


  6. Release Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman Tensions between India and Pakistan may finally wind down UBHODESP

  7. Gesture peace and goodwill, must be appreciated, although there is evidence to suggest that there was pressure from other countries on Islamabad to make such an announcementto prevent further escalation from India. Claim that its tough stance compelled his return Done the decent thing UBHODESP

  8. It is time for New Delhi and Islamabad to use the pause afforded by the relief over the release to decide on the rules of engagement. Pakistan must realise that the time for denial and obfuscation is over. Unless it begins to act on India's and the world community's concerns about Pakistan-based terror safe havens in a time-bound manner, the two nations could be back on the brink of war if there is another trigger. Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's 2003 announcement on shutting down terror groups This is the best way to build constructively on the international consensus built post-Pulwama in India's favour. UBHODESP

  9. Living on the edge India and Pakistan need to find a way to keep de- escalating tensions without either losing face UBHODESP

  10. Mapping the escalation Fire assaults on the LoC Often use of high calibre weapons against each other. miscalculations and mistakes can easily take place in the fog of war whereby the stand-off could move up the next rung of escalation. By carrying out a daring air strike deep inside the Pakistani mainland, India crossed the redline, from the Pakistani point of view. retaliatory strike against India was something they felt compelled UBHODESP

  11. By carrying out a strike against Pakistan in its Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, India wanted to create a new military normal between the two sides, i.e. counter-terror air strikes inside Pakistan would now be a regular feature Moreover, yet another denial from Rawalpindi would have run the risk of Pakistan's military threats being rendered hollow and the associated conventional and nuclear bluffs being called, in full public view. While the term 'non-military' was meant to signal to Pakistan that the attack was against the terror camp and not against its military, the 'pre- emptive' part was unacceptable to the Pakistani side. UBHODESP

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