The Role of India in Maintaining Peace.

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  • Published on:  Saturday, November 10, 2018
  • - The role of India in maintaining peace.
    - Afghan peace process and National Security of Pakistan.


    Host: Muhammad Bin Bilal
    Guest: Mahmood Ur Rehman(Defense and Maritime Affairs Expert)


    National Security - EP30 - 10 November 2018
    Pakistan's First Internet Channel
  • Source: https://youtu.be/xLkpeRxbtH4

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  • Abhinav Patni

    Abhinav Patni

     11 months ago

    Strategic depth ka kya hua??? 😂😂🤣🤣😂😂 ab peace chahiye 😥😥
    Sab jagah bheek mangte raho...aage aage dekho hota hai kya...India will now truly give you a taste of your own medicine!!!

  • Anand Kumar

    Anand Kumar

     a years ago

    ulta vchor kotwal ko daate. terroristan mulk wale.

  • Pradeep Tribhuwan

    Pradeep Tribhuwan

     a years ago

    Oh wat a head

  • Janak Thacker

    Janak Thacker

     a years ago

    Chootiye Taliban kiski paidaish hai? TTP kiski paidaish hai? Sab kuchh India karwata hai tum log to doodh ke dhoole ho. Isi liye duniya me akele ho.

  • Double2u

    Double2u

     a years ago

    megamind

  • हृषीकेश

    हृषीकेश

     a years ago

    Yeh MEGAMIND ko kaha se pakadkar laye ...

  • Manoj Pandey

    Manoj Pandey

     a years ago +1

    Within 3 years they will become servant of Chinese.

  • anupam das

    anupam das

     a years ago

    Is his head proportional to body?

  • VICTOR DEY

    VICTOR DEY

     a years ago +5

    Omg!! That's a BIG head!!!

  • Arnavv Acharyaa

    Arnavv Acharyaa

     a years ago

    They're always so frightened of India.. Good for India 😂👍

  • Ringsar Brahma

    Ringsar Brahma

     a years ago +1

    Baluchistan will get freedom very soon

  • Kishore Joshi

    Kishore Joshi

     a years ago +2

    Chutiya defence analyst does not know kulbhusan yadav was not a superman who can do so much damage to pakistan. idiot.

  • Debjyoti Adhikary

    Debjyoti Adhikary

     a years ago +7

    Jai Hind. We have 💯 km border with Afghanistan in GB area Wakhan corridor.