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Christopher Sidor wrote:
Taliban also allows pakistan to focus sorely on india. with Afghanistan under its belt, it does not have to worry about its eastern frontier. A frontier where it has had more problems.
How would that situation be any different (for India) from what India faced from Pakistan from 16 August 1947 to 10th September 2001?
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