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was on Friday urged by a leading daily to talk individually to countries to step up its diplomatic offensive against India.

"China is already on Pakistan's side," the Nation said in an editorial. It said greater efforts must be made to make Muslim countries publicly denounce India's policy.

It said South Asian countries such as Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh were all on India's side. Iran, it pointed out, had opted for neutrality.

"The rest of the world has chosen to look the other way, which could be countered by asking for individual support one by one. The US and other global powers have so far chosen not to get involved," it said.

India-ties have hit a new lot over Kashmir, and especially after the September 18 attack on an army camp in Uri which left 18 soldiers dead.

--IANS

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Pakistan must try to corner India: Daily

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was on Friday urged by a leading daily to talk individually to countries to step up its diplomatic offensive against India.

"China is already on Pakistan's side," the Nation said in an editorial. It said greater efforts must be made to make Muslim countries publicly denounce India's policy.

It said South Asian countries such as Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh were all on India's side. Iran, it pointed out, had opted for neutrality.

"The rest of the world has chosen to look the other way, which could be countered by asking for individual support one by one. The US and other global powers have so far chosen not to get involved," it said.

India-ties have hit a new lot over Kashmir, and especially after the September 18 attack on an army camp in Uri which left 18 soldiers dead.

--IANS

ruwa/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Pakistan must try to corner India: Daily

Pakistan was on Friday urged by a leading daily to talk individually to countries to step up its diplomatic offensive against India.

was on Friday urged by a leading daily to talk individually to countries to step up its diplomatic offensive against India.

"China is already on Pakistan's side," the Nation said in an editorial. It said greater efforts must be made to make Muslim countries publicly denounce India's policy.

It said South Asian countries such as Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh were all on India's side. Iran, it pointed out, had opted for neutrality.

"The rest of the world has chosen to look the other way, which could be countered by asking for individual support one by one. The US and other global powers have so far chosen not to get involved," it said.

India-ties have hit a new lot over Kashmir, and especially after the September 18 attack on an army camp in Uri which left 18 soldiers dead.

--IANS

ruwa/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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