Do we have any choice?
chetak wrote:that's why we always fall for that jehadi "people to people" contacts crap that is dished out so liberally by the liberandus.
It's either making friends with some racist white guy who genuinely hates you or be friendly with the obvious friendly guy. It's not hard choice.
It's one of the reasons why I believe we will never be allies with america.
by all means, do make friends with the duplicitous pakis, be friendly, chit chat, shake hands with them, limit it to that, then thoroughly wash your hands twice and thereafter go back home.
do you remember the stage of India paki pappi jhappi mela when we almost gave the jehadi pakis seats in our IITs/IIMs, repeatedly kissed their unwashed butts as though it was the greatest thing since sliced bread.
this was followed by ABV and LKA who shovelled more of the very same schitt.
cashmeri muslims are the very worst of the victim card carrying, entitled by birth type of greedy scroungers who have perfected the art of living off the largesse of the Indian state for generations now.
had we continued down that very slippery slope, our paki born sardar would have ended up handing over cashmere on a silver plate to the pakis in return for a corroded, stained and second hand nobel, duly dusted off by the amerikis and presented to him with great fanfare while us poor mango Indians would have watched helplessly from the sidelines.https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/IITs-IIMs-open-doors-to-Pakistan/articleshow/1082887.cms
IITs, IIMs open doors to Pakistan
Urmi A Goswami | TNN | Apr 20, 2005,
NEW DELHI: In the name of peace and neighbourly ties, your child may have to compete harder for that elusive seat at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) or the Indian Institute of Management (IIM). For, Pakistani students will soon be able to study at the IITs and IIMs.
This is a major reversal in policy as foreign students haven''t been allowed to study at the IITs so far. In fact, despite being among institutes with global recognition, the IITs and IIMs have never been part of any of the education roadshows organised by either EdCIL (Education Consultants India) or UGC-FICCI.
The idea being that as state-run institutions, funded substantially by the government, Indian students should have the first dibs on IIT/IIM education.The suggestion was made by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during his meetings with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.
Sources say the Prime Minister''s Office (PMO) is keen on seeing the proposal go through.(this guy certainly wasn't kidding when he said that the first call on India's resources should be given to the muslims, he never said paki muslims not included)
Pakistani students would have to appear for the IIT-JEE (IIT''s joint entrance exam) and the CAT (IIM''s common admission test).
A measure of the interest in opening up the country''s premier engineering and management institutions is the fact that the government will consider devising a separate exam for the Pakistani candidates...
...in the event that they can not appear for the IIT-JEE or CAT.
The ministry of human resources development, which the administrative ministry for these two institutions, will begin talks with the PMO shortly. Talks would determine modalities of the admission, the percentage of seats to be set aside for Pakistani students and the fee structure.
Admission to the IITs and IIMs are extremely competitive, with students working hard to crack the exams. In the case of the seven IITs, there are some 3000-odd seats up for grabs, while the six IIMs take in some 1300-odd students every year. More than two lakh students appear for the IITs while one lakh compete for the IIMs.
What is not clear is if this will mark the beginning of opening up of these highly-prized government-funded institutions to foreigners. Or will the Pakistani students be accorded a special favour?
and the foolish IDSA grinding its own axe hoping for invites to kabab, blue label and shairri filled mehfils and belly dance mujras hosted by the ISI in bangcock and other exotic locales.
New Delhi: India should reserve seats in its elite educational institutions for Pakistani Kashmiris who are bearing the brunt of state apathy, a new report has recommended.
The report, "Pakistan Occupied Kashmir: Changing the Discourse", by New Delhi-based Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, recasts the demand of students of Gilgit-Baltistan to have quotas in the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and law colleges of India.
The demand was made by residents of Pakistani Kashmir during their visit to India in 2006.
"Not very long ago, in 2006, students from Gilgit-Baltistan demanded reservation of seats in top Indian institutions. This should not be very difficult for the Indian government to implement," the IDSA report recommends.
The Gilgit-Baltistan residents, who were in Delhi for a conference, had passed a resolution that stated: "The Government of India should provide openings in higher, professional and technical educational institutions to deserving students from Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir, who are denied necessary facilities for such education."
Interestingly, the Jammu and Kashmir assembly has 25 seats reserved for members from the areas under Pakistani control since 1947.
The report alleges that Pakistan has forced demographic changes in the territory since its occupation.
"Chinese and jihadi influences are on the rise. Against this backdrop, India`s response to the developments in PoK, which is legally its own territory, has been rather lukewarm," it laments.
"There is hardly any effort in India to clearly define its objective on PoK which is regarded as an integral part of its territory. There is a greater need for India to clearly define its strategic objectives with regard to PoK and also elucidate how it intends to fulfil those objectives.