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Pakistan's neurotic behaviour declined it to a failed state with 'DNA of terrorism': India

IndiaTimes Friday, 15 November 2019
India has lashed out at Pakistan over its "juvenile propaganda" on its internal affairs, saying its neurotic behaviour has resulted in the country's decline to a nearly failed state with radicalised society and deep-rooted "DNA of terrorism". India's statement comes after Pakistan's education minister Shafqat Mahmood expressed disappointment at the Supreme Court's decision on the Babri Mosque saying it was not in line with Unesco's values of religious freedom
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