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Nagrota attack: Qamar Bajwa or Raheel Sharif, Pakistan’s India policy will not be any different

Firstpost Wednesday, 30 November 2016
After the Nagrota attack, it seems that there will be no radical change in Pakistan's India policy as the new army chief will follow his predecessor's steps

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