Anees Jillani (for Info only, not official)


Anees Jillani

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    ... May 18 appears to be a good day for India and a bad one for Pakistan. Forty-three years ago on this very day, India joined the world’s nuclear club by conducting a nuclear test in Pokhran much to the alarm and embarrassment of Pakistan. The impact of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) order in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, on the same day, has been no less. Pakistan was euphoric when its lawyers, Khawar Qureshi and Dr Mohammad Faisal, presented their arguments before the ICJ, shown live by many of the TV channels in the country. The arguments by India’s Harish Salve were not shown. The euphoria was short-lived. On May 18, the ICJ order indicating provisional measures came as a rude shock, particularly to the intelligentsia as well as all those demonstrably overjoyed on TV and social media just a few days back. It’s clear today that Pakistan is in turmoil at this apparent “defeat” at the hands of India. ...

    Indian Express on May 20, 2017, 10:13 a.m.