HomeContact Site map   Google    www    iipm think tank
   
   
Home Scrutiny Publications Under Cover Mus'ings  
 

Home > Scrutiny > We love Mush!

  
   
     
   Case Studies  
       
  Marketing    
  Human Resource    
  Information Technology    
  Finance    
  Strategy    
       
 
     
   Industries  
       
  Steel    
  Glass    
  Banking    
  Prophylactic    
  Auto    
  Hospitality    
  Energy    
       
 
     
   Other links  
       
  IIPM    
  Planman Consulting    
  Planman Marcom    
  Planman Technologies    
  Daily Indian Media    
  Planman Financial    
  4P's Business and Marketing    
  Business and Economy    
  The Daily Indian    
  The Sunday Indian    
  Arindam Chaudhuri    
  GIDF    
       
 
  
         
Scrutiny
  
We love Mush!
Surprised? He’s still our best bet
30/11/2006

Being the largest exporter of terrorism in the world notwithstanding, Pakistan’s homegrown fanaticism and mindless violence is now spilling blood at home. No, we are not talking about their perennial Shia-Sunni fights. The recent killing of Nawab Akbar Bugti has suddenly brought into limelight the sectarian problem plaguing Pakistan, so much so that the federal government literally does not even have control on more than half of the state. The problem is not in Balochistan alone, but in the North West frontier province and Sindh too.

Neighbouring India has now openly given indications of being more than happy to see the turmoil in Pakistan. But beneath the veil of a vindictive happiness at their predicament, is it really in India’s interest to allow or support the balkanisation of Pakistan? If, hypothetically, in the event of a regional civil war (where Pakistan seems to be moving fast), fanatic tribal leaders lay hands on nuclear weapons, the disastrous spillover effect of the same would certainly be towards India. Musharraf might be the shrewdest of all the Pakistani Prime Ministers, and of course, he is encashing on this very fear of the western world, but India unfortunately has extremely limited choices even here. In these worst of times, trigger unhappy Mush is still India’s best bet to keep bigger fanatics at bay.

By:- B&E
Back

  
 
 
       
Home | Scrutiny | Publications | About us | Contact us
Copyright @2010 iipm think tank. All rights reserved.