why do Obama and china giv pressur on india in the case of Pakistan.....?????
The answer to this question is obvious. India is rapidly emerging as a developed country and the countries like USA and china which are the current superpowers would certainly feel that in no time India may also stand near to them. In that case India will certainly claim Kashmir more strongly. This will further enhance the capability of India. The current strategy of the two countries is to stop this. That is to keep India under the belt.
of course the answer is both of them do not like the rapid growth of India. and they are in advantage just because of our corrupt politicians it is difficult for india to be a super power. Both the US and china do not like us..They are jealous ..http://blogabn.blogspot.com
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