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  • Nuclear dangers of the naval kind

    sanjay priyadarshi, 02 November 2019

    Its a very good article and its well know that the current regime of Pak has the last resort to use the nucear route.
    Pak ruling leaders now mostly...

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  • Nuclear dangers of the naval kind

    Rajesh, 29 October 2019

    The article shows a gross lack of knowledge about how submarines operate and how nuclear weapons are controlled and their use authorised. The only way...

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  • Hussain Miyan’s last journey

    Sandeep, 27 October 2019

    Congratulations Titli on such a fantastic story. Mashi shared it just now. You need to write more; more often. Happy Diwali to you.

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